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In my use so far I haven’t had any issues with the default OSMC version so I might just leave it as is for now.
Perhaps @sam_nazarko could comment on the version of librtmp included with OSMC (is it plain vanilla like it was in Raspbmc?
WARNING: This is nothing more than a hack and the real fix is to find a better firmware for your device, if you disable the hardware encoding you may fix some video formats but break others.
Raspberry Pi codecs – If you’re using a raspberry pi it may be that you need to purchase the MPEG2 codec license, it’s very cheap to buy and you can find more information on the official raspberry pi website.
I've just installed OE, and have been using most of the night testing, tweaking and getting a feel for it.
One of the main reasons for choosing XBMC (not OE specifically), was to be able to watch Twitch TV streams on my TV, instead of on my PC.
I’ve recently done it myself as there was recent patches.
Often a set-top box will be advertised of being able to play 3D, 1080p, 4k etc.
If the box manufacturer has put this on the packaging then the chances are the actual box itself (the components it’s made with) IS capable of these formats but what they don’t always tell you is the software/firmware the boxes are running may not be able to cope with the playback of these formats.
If you have a problem where you can hear the audio but there’s no video this is most likely one of five problems.
This guide will go through the basics of what to check…