No GUI audio after update #783

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ilgrank opened this Issue Oct 27, 2015 · 7 comments

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ilgrank commented Oct 27, 2015

Hi
I was on 14.2 since May, but since 15.2 was out, i did an upgrade all packages from the xbian ssh text interface.
Everything went smooth, but now I have no gui audio even if gui audio is enabled in the system->settings->system->Audio Output

I'm running on a Raspberry pi 2, connected via HDMI.
Can someone please help me?
Thanks! :)

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What's the setting of System-Settings->Audio output->Keep audio device alive and Play GUI sounds?

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mkreisl commented Nov 6, 2015

What's the setting of System-Settings->Audio output->Keep audio device alive and Play GUI sounds?

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ilgrank Nov 9, 2015

Hi mkreisl
Play GUI sounds is set to "Only when playback is stopped"
and Keep Audio device Alive is set to 1 minute

Thanks for your reply

ilgrank commented Nov 9, 2015

Hi mkreisl
Play GUI sounds is set to "Only when playback is stopped"
and Keep Audio device Alive is set to 1 minute

Thanks for your reply

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Same settings here but I have GUI sounds

Are you using passthrough? If yes, then probably your volume settings is too low for hearing GUI sound - so disable passthrough - increase volume and try again please.

My settings are -14/3 db

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Same settings here but I have GUI sounds

Are you using passthrough? If yes, then probably your volume settings is too low for hearing GUI sound - so disable passthrough - increase volume and try again please.

My settings are -14/3 db

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I tried both with passthrough enabled and with passtrough disabled, same result.
Also tried setting the volume of the tv to the max (50/50), still no sound.
I tried also resetting the values to default (hdmi out, 2.0, no passthrough) and same result (no gui audio)
is there any log I should look in?
Btw, the audio of video files is fine.
Thanks

ilgrank commented Nov 9, 2015

I tried both with passthrough enabled and with passtrough disabled, same result.
Also tried setting the volume of the tv to the max (50/50), still no sound.
I tried also resetting the values to default (hdmi out, 2.0, no passthrough) and same result (no gui audio)
is there any log I should look in?
Btw, the audio of video files is fine.
Thanks

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ilgrank Nov 17, 2015

no idea? :(

ilgrank commented Nov 17, 2015

no idea? :(

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No, unfortunately not.
The only thing you can try is starting kodi with a fresh environment:

sudo stop xbmc
cd /home/xbian
mv .kodi .kodi.bak
sudo start xbmc

and see if you have a GUI sound or not.

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mkreisl commented Nov 18, 2015

No, unfortunately not.
The only thing you can try is starting kodi with a fresh environment:

sudo stop xbmc
cd /home/xbian
mv .kodi .kodi.bak
sudo start xbmc

and see if you have a GUI sound or not.

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Just tested with RPi2 and fresh environment (see my previous post).

Works perfectly

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mkreisl commented Nov 18, 2015

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Just tested with RPi2 and fresh environment (see my previous post).

Works perfectly

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