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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #30 on: July 27, 2015, 09:23:03 PM »
Has anyone successfully shared external drives with SMB?

I can add files located on my computer, but as soon as I try to add files from an external drive I am prompted for a log in and  password.

My external drives are mounted if that helps.

You can have as located drive and have all of your video in SMB working with Himediawrapper if you use this way as explain in this link. Very easy and works fine.

http://www.android-mediaplayer.de/index.php/Thread/1897-Tool-Auto-Mount-Multimedia-shared-folder-without-root-HImedia-Q5-3D4k/

with Tool Auto Mount Multimedia not more need Himediawrapper,but you must add ONLY LOCAL folder with kodi and put right external player to kodi like this:
Code: [Select]
<player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
<filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
<hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
<playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
</player>
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PS i am working for version 0.3

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« Last Edit: July 27, 2015, 09:28:42 PM by looun »

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2015, 11:15:09 PM »
Has anyone successfully shared external drives with SMB?

I can add files located on my computer, but as soon as I try to add files from an external drive I am prompted for a log in and  password.

My external drives are mounted if that helps.

You can have as located drive and have all of your video in SMB working with Himediawrapper if you use this way as explain in this link. Very easy and works fine.

http://www.android-mediaplayer.de/index.php/Thread/1897-Tool-Auto-Mount-Multimedia-shared-folder-without-root-HImedia-Q5-3D4k/

with Tool Auto Mount Multimedia not more need Himediawrapper,but you must add ONLY LOCAL folder with kodi and put right external player to kodi like this:
Code: [Select]
<player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
<filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
<hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
<playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
</player>
of file attachment

PS i am working for version 0.3

Thanks you so much Looun, very nice set but we always have the same problem with Kodi 15 and the error message "Click OK when playback has ended" when we try to play a movie at the beginning and the movie end also. ?? We can anyway to play all movies. Mistake........       

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #32 on: July 28, 2015, 01:03:13 AM »
Hey Looun,

 Thanks for the guide, not going to lie I think I am unlikely to pull this off  :'(

Going to give it a try tomorrow as it is a must to get all my files in Kodi!

What are the odds of either Kodi upgrading there internal player with the ability to play Dolby Atmos amd 23.976?

Or even the wrapper being able to accept NFS shares?

The inbuilt media app plays files perfectly over NFS, so the code must be buried somewhere to make it possible for the wrapper to play the file in Kodi.

You think this will eventually happen any time soon?

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #33 on: July 28, 2015, 12:35:11 PM »
Hi Looun,

 I have made a folder FILM1 with the guide and it shows up in the External section but none of the files are in it.

Is is critical to set up a User/password as I did not do that and left the entries xxxx on the notepad.

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #34 on: July 28, 2015, 06:55:45 PM »
What are the odds of either Kodi upgrading there internal player with the ability to play Dolby Atmos amd 23.976?

no , no way never , because android os not support this

The inbuilt media app plays files perfectly over NFS, so the code must be buried somewhere to make it possible for the wrapper to play the file in Kodi.

why don't use SMB? this more better for streaming and supporto for all OS.


Hi Looun,

 I have made a folder FILM1 with the guide and it shows up in the External section but none of the files are in it.

Is is critical to set up a User/password as I did not do that and left the entries xxxx on the notepad.

this is not right post use this
http://www.futeko.com/newforum/index.php?topic=210.0

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #35 on: August 01, 2015, 01:16:21 PM »
Has anyone successfully shared external drives with SMB?

I can add files located on my computer, but as soon as I try to add files from an external drive I am prompted for a log in and  password.

My external drives are mounted if that helps.

You can have as located drive and have all of your video in SMB working with Himediawrapper if you use this way as explain in this link. Very easy and works fine.

http://www.android-mediaplayer.de/index.php/Thread/1897-Tool-Auto-Mount-Multimedia-shared-folder-without-root-HImedia-Q5-3D4k/

with Tool Auto Mount Multimedia not more need Himediawrapper,but you must add ONLY LOCAL folder with kodi and put right external player to kodi like this:
Code: [Select]
<player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
<filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
<hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
<playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
</player>
of file attachment

PS i am working for version 0.3

Hello Loon,

I made local share as your setting and everything right but when i try to read BDMV structure i can't. How we can read.
Did you have a solution for that way without to change lots of from my movies to Iso file.  Thanks a lot

<playercorefactory>
   <players>
      <player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
         <filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
         <hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
         <playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
      </player>
      <player name="DVDPlayer" audio="true" video="true" ></player>
   </players>
   <rules action="prepend">
      <rule filetypes="mkv" name="mkv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule filetypes="iso" name="iso" player="HimediaVideoPlayer"></rule>
      <rule filetypes="avi" name="avi" player="DVDPlayer"></rule>
      <rule filetypes="bdmv" name="bdmv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer"></rule>
      <rule internetstream="true" name="internetstream" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
   </rules>
</playercorefactory>

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2015, 03:20:48 PM »
...with Tool Auto Mount Multimedia not more need Himediawrapper,but you must add ONLY LOCAL folder with kodi and put right external player to kodi like this:
Code: [Select]
<player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
<filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
<hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
<playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
</player>
of file attachment

PS i am working for version 0.3

I am also new to the HiMedia Q5 player. I have a MacPro connected through SMB with the Q5 player without any password protection ("guest" allowed). After not being able to successfully setup the KODI app to stream my movies via SMP from the MacPro using the HiMediaWrapper app I was able to use your Auto_Mount_Multimedia_v0.2 setup and successfully setup all my shared folders as mounted local folders. I then downloaded your modified "playercorefactory.xml" and copied it into Kodi's Userdata folder.

All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?

Thanks for your help.

« Last Edit: August 08, 2015, 05:14:26 PM by ppoulos »

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #37 on: August 08, 2015, 05:22:49 PM »
All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?


Actually I solved my own problem fiddling around with the KODI settings. Under Kodi Video - Disc settings I originally left the Blu-ray menu choice to "Show Simplified Menu". That, of course, allowed the KODI app to prompt for which title to watch, but in doing so bypassed the HimediaVideoPlayer and used the internal DVDplayer. When I changed the selection to "Play Main Title" or "Show Blu-ray Menu" the Kodi app passed on the .iso file to the HimediaVideoPlayer SUPPOSEDLY. But whatever was passed on, the HimediaVideoPlayer tried to play the video then stop after about 15 seconds with a nonspecific error. Has anybody else seen this problem?

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #38 on: August 10, 2015, 12:21:50 AM »
All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?


I have been playing around with different versions of playercorefactory.xml and have modified the setup to work with most file types. My modified version of playercorefactory.xml correctly passes on Blurray .iso files to the HimediaVideoPlayer providing the current version of Kodi recognizes that the Bluray .iso file as an HD file (1080p resolution). The current version also passes on DVD .iso files correctly to Kodi's DVDplayer. And  this version passes all .mp4, .avi, .mkv, and presumably the contents of a BDMV folder (not tested) to the HimediaVideoPlayer also (my preference). I do not know why .iso files passed from the Kodi apps (v14.2 and v15.0) to the HimediaVideoPlayer do NOT run properly, either at least starting to play for a few seconds or erring out completely after about 15 seconds. The same files play fine through the Media Center.

My playercorefactory.xml revision is as follows:

<playercorefactory>
   <players>
      <player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
         <filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
         <hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
         <playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
      </player>
      <player name="DVDPlayer" audio="true" video="true" ></player>
   </players>
   <rules action="prepend">
      <rule name="bluray-iso" videoresolution="1080" filetypes="iso|ISO" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="DVD-iso" dvdimage="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mkv" filetypes="mkv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="avi" filetypes="avi" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mp4" filetypes="mp4" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="bluray folder" filetypes="m2ts|bdmv|mpls" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="internetstream" internetstream="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
   </rules>
</playercorefactory>

Does anybody know how to set a video's resolution (HD or SD, etc) in Kodi without having Kodi actually read the contents of the .iso file?
« Last Edit: August 10, 2015, 12:53:03 AM by ppoulos »

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #39 on: August 10, 2015, 08:25:31 AM »
All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?


I have been playing around with different versions of playercorefactory.xml and have modified the setup to work with most file types. My modified version of playercorefactory.xml correctly passes on Blurray .iso files to the HimediaVideoPlayer providing the current version of Kodi recognizes that the Bluray .iso file as an HD file (1080p resolution). The current version also passes on DVD .iso files correctly to Kodi's DVDplayer. And  this version passes all .mp4, .avi, .mkv, and presumably the contents of a BDMV folder (not tested) to the HimediaVideoPlayer also (my preference). I do not know why .iso files passed from the Kodi apps (v14.2 and v15.0) to the HimediaVideoPlayer do NOT run properly, either at least starting to play for a few seconds or erring out completely after about 15 seconds. The same files play fine through the Media Center.

My playercorefactory.xml revision is as follows:

<playercorefactory>
   <players>
      <player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
         <filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
         <hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
         <playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
      </player>
      <player name="DVDPlayer" audio="true" video="true" ></player>
   </players>
   <rules action="prepend">
      <rule name="bluray-iso" videoresolution="1080" filetypes="iso|ISO" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="DVD-iso" dvdimage="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mkv" filetypes="mkv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="avi" filetypes="avi" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mp4" filetypes="mp4" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="bluray folder" filetypes="m2ts|bdmv|mpls" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="internetstream" internetstream="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
   </rules>
</playercorefactory>

Does anybody know how to set a video's resolution (HD or SD, etc) in Kodi without having Kodi actually read the contents of the .iso file?

Hello ppoulos,

Nice, i try as you an Iso doesn't work, even the Bdmv structure. I found this .xml and even if the file is writting in germany, try it and tell me.



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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #40 on: August 10, 2015, 09:54:46 AM »
All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?


I have been playing around with different versions of playercorefactory.xml and have modified the setup to work with most file types. My modified version of playercorefactory.xml correctly passes on Blurray .iso files to the HimediaVideoPlayer providing the current version of Kodi recognizes that the Bluray .iso file as an HD file (1080p resolution). The current version also passes on DVD .iso files correctly to Kodi's DVDplayer. And  this version passes all .mp4, .avi, .mkv, and presumably the contents of a BDMV folder (not tested) to the HimediaVideoPlayer also (my preference). I do not know why .iso files passed from the Kodi apps (v14.2 and v15.0) to the HimediaVideoPlayer do NOT run properly, either at least starting to play for a few seconds or erring out completely after about 15 seconds. The same files play fine through the Media Center.

My playercorefactory.xml revision is as follows:

<playercorefactory>
   <players>
      <player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
         <filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
         <hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
         <playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
      </player>
      <player name="DVDPlayer" audio="true" video="true" ></player>
   </players>
   <rules action="prepend">
      <rule name="bluray-iso" videoresolution="1080" filetypes="iso|ISO" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="DVD-iso" dvdimage="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mkv" filetypes="mkv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="avi" filetypes="avi" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mp4" filetypes="mp4" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="bluray folder" filetypes="m2ts|bdmv|mpls" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="internetstream" internetstream="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
   </rules>
</playercorefactory>

Does anybody know how to set a video's resolution (HD or SD, etc) in Kodi without having Kodi actually read the contents of the .iso file?

not use this this setting not work with the iso (i have tested all excluding iso).
Use all always mediawrapper or modify version of german version , i'm apologize.
« Last Edit: August 10, 2015, 09:57:09 AM by looun »

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #41 on: August 10, 2015, 10:17:05 AM »
All my .mkv files now play fine through the HimediaVideoPlayer, but NONE of my .iso files (blu-ray .iso files, both 2D and 3D movies) are passed to the HimediaVideoPlayer (they play with the Kodi DVDplayer)! I tried to modify your "playercorefactory.xml" based on other playercorefactory.xml files without success. All those .iso files play fine using the Media Center (through the Video selection) or using the file manager (under Drive C). Is there something wrong with your "playercorefactory.xml" setup? Am I missing something else?


I have been playing around with different versions of playercorefactory.xml and have modified the setup to work with most file types. My modified version of playercorefactory.xml correctly passes on Blurray .iso files to the HimediaVideoPlayer providing the current version of Kodi recognizes that the Bluray .iso file as an HD file (1080p resolution). The current version also passes on DVD .iso files correctly to Kodi's DVDplayer. And  this version passes all .mp4, .avi, .mkv, and presumably the contents of a BDMV folder (not tested) to the HimediaVideoPlayer also (my preference). I do not know why .iso files passed from the Kodi apps (v14.2 and v15.0) to the HimediaVideoPlayer do NOT run properly, either at least starting to play for a few seconds or erring out completely after about 15 seconds. The same files play fine through the Media Center.

My playercorefactory.xml revision is as follows:

<playercorefactory>
   <players>
      <player name="HimediaVideoPlayer" type="ExternalPlayer" audio="false" video="true">
         <filename>com.himedia.android.videoplayer</filename>
         <hidexbmc>true</hidexbmc>
         <playcountminimumtime>120</playcountminimumtime>
      </player>
      <player name="DVDPlayer" audio="true" video="true" ></player>
   </players>
   <rules action="prepend">
      <rule name="bluray-iso" videoresolution="1080" filetypes="iso|ISO" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="DVD-iso" dvdimage="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mkv" filetypes="mkv" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="avi" filetypes="avi" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="mp4" filetypes="mp4" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="bluray folder" filetypes="m2ts|bdmv|mpls" player="HimediaVideoPlayer" ></rule>
      <rule name="internetstream" internetstream="true" player="DVDPlayer" ></rule>
   </rules>
</playercorefactory>

Does anybody know how to set a video's resolution (HD or SD, etc) in Kodi without having Kodi actually read the contents of the .iso file?

not use this this setting not work with the iso (i have tested all excluding iso).
Use all always mediawrapper or modify version of german version , i'm apologize.

Thanks a lot for your precious help Loon, just remove this line, right! in this setting!!
And about the other one, can you give us the right xml with the right setting for having all, Iso, Bdmv and so on. Very nice  ;)

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #42 on: August 10, 2015, 11:33:57 AM »
use mediawrapper:
Install instructions:

1. Run XBMC/KODI, and then exit XBMC/KODI by click the EXIT icon.
2. Download and install http://www.mediafire.com/download/73ydkv281c8dexr/himediaWrapper.apk.
3. Run the newly installed app. In the top left corner you'll see 'playercorefactory not installed'. Select the check box below to 'install playercorefactory'.
3. Run XBMC/KODI and you should now have 7.1 audio and 3D-ISO support.

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« Reply #43 on: August 10, 2015, 12:10:59 PM »
use mediawrapper:
Install instructions:

1. Run XBMC/KODI, and then exit XBMC/KODI by click the EXIT icon.
2. Download and install http://www.mediafire.com/download/73ydkv281c8dexr/himediaWrapper.apk.
3. Run the newly installed app. In the top left corner you'll see 'playercorefactory not installed'. Select the check box below to 'install playercorefactory'.
3. Run XBMC/KODI and you should now have 7.1 audio and 3D-ISO support.


I know this way from the begining, thanks. So you said to use only that way, to re install the HilediaWrapper,  the better not change anything about the playcorefactory.xml. Thanks

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Re: 7.1 Audio and 3D ISO in any version of XBMC/Kodi (HiMediawrapper)
« Reply #44 on: August 10, 2015, 02:12:38 PM »
not use this this setting not work with the iso (i have tested all excluding iso).
Use all always mediawrapper or modify version of german version , i'm apologize.

OKAY... I re-downloaded the himediaWrapper and reinstalled it. I then ran the himediaWrapper to over-write the playercorefactory.xml file. I then re-added the instruction to use the Kodi DVDplayer for DVD iso's (i.e.. - <rule name="DVD-iso" dvdimage="true" player="DVDPlayer" > as the first rule of the "<rules action="prepend">" section). Originally streaming through SMB (guest login allowed without password protection) from my MacPro never worked - the HimediaVideoPlayer was launched but apparently never could stream the file from my MacPro and remained in an infinite loop not playing anything. But using the Video Folders setup with your Automount script now works like a charm... Thanks

 

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