Please don't create any new topic here unless you have software to post/release.
No!! Not EDID patching, it's EEPROM based and permanentjuusso wrote:After reboot you have to patch it again to get it work. Either use startup script.
Again, if you rebooted meanwhile it's expected you can't see log (btw, which "logs"?)skivnit wrote:however i cant see logs
You should maybe focus on your HDMI device then, or try another, or another HDMI port.skivnit wrote:nothing changed on my set up only thing was a smart hub update
Only way to be sure is the "famous silence" BEFORE lib injection:1ST POST wrote:TV will always show all SPDIF output modes "available" on all sources (even if they're not)
As long as you don't recover such state, you can be sure libHDMIpassthru is 100% NOT responsible of any problem (even better disable it to avoid bad interpretation of issue).1ST POST wrote:you have to find state where you can select "Dolby Digital" as SPDIF mode in TV menu while being on HDMI source, but TV outputs no sound at all
Otherwise no idea, except that I don't believe in "things happening for no reason"
I use first and second line in correct order with AUTO and DTS parameters. After this I done Fake EEID.
I'm using Kodi (former XBMC) on HTPC Win10 x64. Also I tried OpenELEC Linux based Kodi. I tried DTS and AC3 files. Its working but But each time I open a file I had to open TV Menu / Sound / Extras / Digital. PCM to DTS. It doesnt do this automatic. What I'm missing ?
Another possible reason is that TV always considers "silence" (=no audio signal) as PCM so it automatically switches back to it when "surround stops". IIRC Kodi has an option to "keep audio alive" for that purpose (?)
You can also try without AUTO option and other combinations of both DTS/AUTO.
Otherwise and if still no luck, instead of "open TV Menu / Sound / Extras / Digital. PCM to DTS" you still can map libSpdifMode to some RC key to instantly switch between audio out modes, or libToolsMenu to make option available from tools key/menu.
won't remain true for longSchumi wrote:That is only extension / injection why I rooted my TV.
Thank you again.