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BUG Using Hyperion with 3D-MVC video disconnects TV on RPi3

Discussion in 'Bug Reports' started by fyl2xp1, 7 December 2019.

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  1. fyl2xp1

    fyl2xp1 New Member

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    Hardware:
    RPi1/Zero, RPi2, RPi3
    I'm using a Raspberry Pi 3 running on OSMC and a freshly (re-)installed Hyperion. HDMI goes into an AV-Receiver and from there into my TV (Full HD, 3D, LG).

    Most 3D-Videos (SBS, TAB) work as expected and Hyperion displays sane colors. Without Hyperion MVC-Videos play flawlessly.

    (MVC are full-TAB with a gap between them - standard format for 3D-BluRays)

    Only the combination MVC-3D-Video + Hyperion is causing problems: After selecting the 3D-mode in Kodi, my TV goes black with a "signal lost" message. Hyperion seems to work fine as the displayed colors reflect the movie which is still being played. My AV-receiver sometimes outputs some correct audio but is silent most of the time. There's a mode indicator on it which flickers (don't know it's purpose).

    I guess there's a performance bottleneck on the video hardware. The MVC-Video is a full quality BluRay-rip.

    Any idea how to tackle this? I haven't found a way to shrink an MVC-video in size and I'm not sure if that would reduce the required processing power in the decoder.