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Latest commit 22477ea Aug 9, 2014 @warped-rudi warped-rudi AESinkALSA: Set correct value for AES3 when using HBR mode
According to the HDMI 1.4a document, the only acceptable value
for AES3 in HBR mode is 0x09, which corresponds to a frame rate
of 768000. Some sinks or drivers ignore this, but some do not.
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XBMC.xcodeproj [ios/atv2] - sync project for new icons - add the media folder to xcode May 1, 2014
addons Merge pull request #4793 from MartijnKaijser/13.1 Jun 4, 2014
build-aux Use an auxilary directory for build tools and ensure they're not plac… Mar 26, 2010
docs [README] remove libhal* add libnfs Jan 4, 2014
doxygen_resources updated: doxygen "build" script. Mar 17, 2010
language [lang] update of core language files May 27, 2014
lib Merge pull request #4583 from fritsch/xbmc-upstream Apr 25, 2014
m4 Merge pull request #4537 from bkuhls/uclibc Apr 15, 2014
media [release] version bump to 13.1 final May 25, 2014
project [win32] new installer artwork May 1, 2014
sounds/Bursting Bubbles Add proper "<?xml ..." declaration to most .xml files Oct 26, 2013
system Merge pull request #4553 from stefansaraev/upnp-settings Apr 15, 2014
tools [release] version bump to 13.1 final May 25, 2014
userdata add RSS feeds from our addon website Nov 30, 2013
xbmc AESinkALSA: Set correct value for AES3 when using HBR mode Aug 9, 2014
.dummy.am Use AM_INIT_AUTOMAKE to install config.guess and config.sub. Mar 26, 2010
.gitignore More explicit ignore rules for cpluff Mar 1, 2014
.gitmodules changed, do not show skin.touched submodule changes Oct 11, 2011
CONTRIBUTING.md CONTRIBUTING.md: minor cosmetics Jan 17, 2014
CONTRIBUTORS changed: added myself to new contributor file Oct 27, 2010
LICENSE.GPL step 3/4: Move linuxport to trunk. How'd I get roped into this? Sep 23, 2009
Makefile.in [configure] fix static linking when ffmpeg found nettle/hogweed May 6, 2014
Makefile.include.in [AE] remove unnecessary include to cores/AudioEngine now that paths a… Jan 5, 2014
README update readme Aug 23, 2013
bootstrap build: try to code-gen during bootstrap Nov 8, 2012
bootstrap.mk [linux] remove remaining references to libid3tag/libapetag Oct 5, 2012
codegenerator.mk Add comment to workaround Dec 27, 2013
configure.in [release] version bump to 13.1 final May 25, 2014
copying.txt step 3/4: Move linuxport to trunk. How'd I get roped into this? Sep 23, 2009
gitrev.sh fixed: git version script was broken on OSX - replace sed with awk May 10, 2010
xbmc-xrandr.c cosmetic: silent compiler warnings in xbmc-xrandr Aug 1, 2012


XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and
entertainment hub for digital media. XBMC is available for multiple platforms.
Created in 2003 by a group of like minded programmers, XBMC is a non-profit
project run and developed by volunteers located around the world.
More than 450 software developers have contributed to XBMC to date, and 100-plus
translators have worked to expand its reach, making it available in more
than 65 languages.

While XBMC functions very well as a standard media player application for your
computer, it has been designed to be the perfect companion for your HTPC.
Supporting an almost endless range of remote controls, and combined with its
beautiful interface and powerful skinning engine, XBMC feels very natural to
use from the couch and is the ideal solution for your home theater.

Currently XBMC can be used to play almost all popular audio and video formats
around. It was designed for network playback, so you can stream your multimedia
from anywhere in the house or directly from the internet using practically any
protocol available. Use your media as-is: XBMC can play CDs and DVDs directly
from the disk or image file, almost all popular archive formats from your hard
drive, and even files inside ZIP and RAR archives. It will even scan all of
your media and automatically create a personalized library complete with box
covers, descriptions, and fanart. There are playlist and slideshow functions, a
weather forecast feature and many audio visualizations. Once installed, your
computer will become a fully functional multimedia jukebox.

See docs/README.xxx for specific platform build information.