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What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

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What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by vlaves » 29 Apr 2016, 09:28

Hi,

thanks for the Fire TV Version, finally "Kodi" within the store, easely updateable, more stable, more how I would Kodi on Android always to be :)
Ok at least I guess regarding stability as I only had bought the Apple TV Version, but returned the TV as Amazon Prime was missing...
Now that this is released, I'm really curious to have it on my Fire TV2 to test. Just before I buy it on that platform I would like to know what deinterlacing options the FireTV version has? If it is only bob and bob-inverted, are you planning to implement some more advanced methods in future versions?

Thanks for this great Software :)

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Re: What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by davilla » 29 Apr 2016, 12:52

bob and bob-inverted are the only options. The others require much more ponies than pretty much any android/ios/tvos device can provide. However there does seem to be some work for more advanced deinterlacers in ffmpeg. We just have to wait and see what those bring.

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Re: What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by vlaves » 29 Apr 2016, 13:04

davilla wrote:bob and bob-inverted are the only options. The others require much more ponies than pretty much any android/ios/tvos device can provide. However there does seem to be some work for more advanced deinterlacers in ffmpeg. We just have to wait and see what those bring.
Thanks for the quick response :)
But I see those deinterlacing options being renamed from "deinterlace" to "yadif" and added in SPMC. And as far as I understood, this deinterlacing is for also not done in hardware, as on the Shield (koyings main platform) hardware deinterlacing is not provided.
So I thought it is done in software completely... See here: https://github.com/koying/SPMC/commit/d ... 2f9962e421

Maybe on a Fire TV 2, "yadif half" could be done in Software, which would still be better then bob or bob-inverted, right?
Only in case of course if the obove link is doing what I think it is adding to SPMC :)

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Re: What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by davilla » 29 Apr 2016, 13:43

Humm, will take a peek and see. That was from 16 days ago and our version syncs was from before that.

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Re: What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by vlaves » 29 Apr 2016, 17:31

davilla wrote:Humm, will take a peek and see. That was from 16 days ago and our version syncs was from before that.
Thought so, so wanted to point it out and of course I hope you will be able in case it is working to port/sync it to MrMC. I guess for the AFTV2 this might be working in software only, at least I hope :)

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Re: What are the deinterlacing options on the Fire TV version

Post by vlaves » 08 Jun 2016, 05:09

davilla wrote:Humm, will take a peek and see. That was from 16 days ago and our version syncs was from before that.
Just bought MrMC for the Fire TV too so wanted to ask if more advanced deinterlacing options are coming to MrMC? Did you have a chance to look at it?

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