Posts by NewKind


    I just installed on my second S912 Mecool M8S Pro L device with latest CoreElec and I noticed weird thing with my new installation. Everything works fine but after certain amount of time my AMLOGICGRABB stops working until I reboot the device. Usually it happens when I’m not using device for a longer period of time ie. 10h and up or when I wake up the next morning and try to watch something. Rebooting the device fixes the issue until next occurrence.

    Here are logs: 1

    As you can see it errors out at :
    2020-10-05T11:31:01.461 hyperiond AMLOGICGRABB : <ERROR> Read of device failed: 61 - No data available

    It’s weird as my other S912 device KIII Pro doesn’t have this issue with exact same CE version and version.

    Thanks for your help!


    Sorry if this has been asked before, but the search and google won't give me an answer.

    Is there an Mac OS standalone grabber like there is for Windows / Android?
    I'd like to grab my Mac OS screen and send it over network to my server that's on a different device.

    Thank you for the replies!

    Ok a small update. My new power supply is here and it helped a little bit but the color still wasn't even along whole stripe.
    I was able to solve this by connecting end of the stripe to the power supply just like the beggining. Now all seems to be fine :)

    One last thing that worries me a little bit is that color smoothing is not super fluid. It's a little bit choppy for a fracture of second.
    My grabber frequency is set to 10.0HZ and smoothing updateFrequency to 25.0000. Is there anything else I can do?

    Thanks for all previous replies!


    I'm having troubles with setting up my Hyperion + 172 WS2812b LED's + Arduino Uno R3.
    For some reason I can't get a "stable" color (without flickering). Also when I set up a "static color" to display, it's not even. First part of the LED strip is brighter and has different HUE than rest of it.

    Can this be the cause that I use 5V 3A power supply? Maybe something else?

    Any help is highly appreciated!