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RPi + LibreELEC RPi 4 4K not working with internal scraper

Discussion in 'Hardware Support' started by rv112, 8 August 2019.

  1. rv112

    rv112 New Member

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    I'm using the Raspberry Pi 4b with LibreELEC and hyperion works fine. But only for 1080p content. 4K content let flicker the LED's green. I'm using the internal scraper, is there anything to setup different?

    Thanks!
     
  2. straylit

    straylit New Member

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    Having the same issue. Assuming you are also using the dispmanx grabber. In screenshot mode I see that the actual frames that are being captured have green/purple noise over parts of the frame so hyperion is just dutifully displaying that. Issue is either in the grabber or possibly dispmanx/rpi4 itself.
     
  3. Titom59

    Titom59 New Member

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    I have the same problem with 10-bit HDR videos, but with 8-bit videos no problem. is there a solution ?
     
  4. Darkbrigan

    Darkbrigan New Member

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    Any update about this issue ? I will use the same setup but before buy it I would be sure it works correctly
     
  5. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    Same issue here.
     
  6. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    Guys did you already fix the issue?
     
  7. TPmodding

    TPmodding Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    yeah, use 1080p
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  8. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    So you say watch 1080p with ambilight and watch 4k without ambilight?
     
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  9. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    There are people on the forum who could watch 4k with ambilight. So that what you say is easy solution
     
  10. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    @harun
    People who watch 4k content with ambilight don't use the internal grabber.
    It doesn't support 4k for the moment (and I believe it is not the hyperion team's job to fix it).
    If you want to have 4k and ambilight, you need to use an USB grabber.
     
  11. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    I have an usb grabber. But that one is working with external sources but not with raspberry pi kodi itself. Do you have sugesstions?
     
  12. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    Yes, make your pi hdmi output be grabbed by your USB grabber...
    can you describe your setup ? (the whole thing and how everything is connected).
     
  13. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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  14. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    What is plugged in the HDMI Input of your splitter ?
     
  15. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    Nothing the cable on the picture is going to the floor. There is no ps4 pro more at home. Only the outputs are olugged in actually
     
  16. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    plug your pi hdmi in then...
    And in the hyperion settings, enable usb grabber and disable internal grabber.
     
  17. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    The pi should connected directly to the tv like the pictures right??
     
  18. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    No, you can connect it to the splitter, this way kodi will be grabbed by the USB grabber.
     
  19. harun

    harun Hyperion-Fool

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    If I am at home I will try and keep let you k now. I am at work at this moment.

    which parts do you have? Like usb grabber hdmi2av and splitter? Do you have pictures or links
     
  20. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Active Member

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    I have same parts as you,