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Hope this helps. I recorded a library Adafruit NeoPixel If you run strandtest led strip working. I recorded T4a Boblight led strip shine white color. In xbmc i installed boblight. I tried in AmbiBox led shine white and nothing happens. Boblight Config file I created. W here do I copy it? Thank you for any advice. I do not really know what is wrong. Maybe not cooperate in T4a Boblight. There is also a different code boblight.

Note: With some sketches a calculated prefix is being used, so use Boblight Config Maker to calculate that magic number. Bottom line with the prefix is that the one in the config must match the on in the Arduino sketch, even if you make up your own. So here it comes. Glad to hear it works!! Arduino after some time disconnect.

A mbilightd report bugs:. CClientsHandler::ParseSet Then I have to pull the USB cable and reconnect. But after some time again disconnect. You do not know what could be wrong? Thank you for your advice. I guess I found the error in the com. I played from the USB port settings and I changed the baud rate. After restoring factory settings already are not separated. Glad to hear it working now. I have a stripe of 40 rgb leds WS and the problem is that three of them allways stays red.

Of course flashes the other colors when needs but i dont understand why are allways on….. I have a DC power supply 5V ,mA. Excuse my bad english! And thank you for any advice! I had to remove those. If you have more than one strip; connect another strip in stead and see if it happens with that one too.

If not; your first 3 LEDs might be defective. It realy looks a lot better than before. The colors are nearly the same as my TV. Here are my settings for the boblight. I repost the direct link here one more time, so it jumps straight to the post that matters the most: link. I finally got back to my RasPi project, have it overclocked to Mhz now and the lights are working but the colors are definitely not very accurate. How inaccurate are the colors? Of course, the color settings can also be adjusted in the boblight.

OpenELEC on the pi for me. The delay is fairly noticeable. That was actually one of the first things I had to fix. The problem was more with the settings for saturation and such. Thanks for having a great write up on the setup as well as the software you created. It had made altering my setup as it developed much easier.

If you run into an article anyone for that matter , then please post the link here …. Love my Mac. I tried to day Prismatik. It is however a bit resorce hungry for my Mac. Thanks for the tip! Did you ever try Boblight?

I have tried Boblight on my Enigma2 satellite receiver that I have linux based and it works well there ,if I do not go over 10 fps. I am still trying to figure out if I need another dedicated computer to feed xbmc on the mac or if I need to find local server for it. There is a difference if I look at the same test video. I have only had this running for few days now took me long time to get them to light up so still tweaking and trying different things.

What is my value data prefix for 60 led? N ow im using 41 64 61 00 18 4D. I have seen AdaFruit code that does expect a calculated code. Boblight Config Maker link has the ability to automatically calculate that for you. I have a new problem. Maybe you can help me. If i set gamma values e. It is seen clearly at the end of your test video. Is there something i can do? I would have to guess that too much Gamma Correction makes colors either way too dark or way to bright.

If too much dark, then Boblight might calculate that to black more often than desired and the LEDs will flicker. If you plan to test this, then please let us know. Could you help me? In this picture you can see that all LEDs are white, except the firsts one. Hi Ivn! Maybe select a lower speed.

Hi Ivn …. Either your config file uses a margin that is too narrow, or something is wrong with your Boblight add-on. Try reinstalling the Boblight add-ons both. I put the RaspBmc distribution and what is my surprise that is not the boblight addon. I have the impression which could be wrong that OpenElec works just as well or even better than RaspBMC — the distribution uses a much slimmer Linux version.

Did you try it? You can download it for free at OpenElec. Hi i have another problem. Some movies in the format does not light up and down the strip of LED. They do it only for a few movies You do not know what it is about problem? I was under the impression that Boblight compensates for that when the black bars are not part of the video file. Now if those black bars are part of the video, then Boblight might not identify them as such and consider them real video.

These are just assumptions of course, I could be wrong. But if this is the case, you may want to test a version of the video file without the black bars and see if it makes a difference? They do it only for some video. M oreover, and video sulfide right. I guess the problem is in the actual video.

I done every thing on the tutorial. I test the the led light working fine. I hope there are some Windows users out there that can confirm this, but last time I looked it up I thought it was placed in a boblight folder that can be found in the root of your C: drive ie. This directory should exist if you installed Boblight correctly. Go through the other comments and if I recall correctly you should find some links to Windows related setups …. See for example these comments ….

I have another question out this. I built the system and checked it with my raspberry I think it works. I think I need to make same tries to make config better. Is it possible? Is there anyone send me to boblightd as a zip to install it manually. Although, most of these systems are just not all that powerfull it seems, so maybe not …? Running Boblight on a Raspberry Pi might indeed be pushing it … I have a few A models as well, but I thought they would do p, a little over-clocking might help.

It seems using intel or amd based pcs are better. With the LedStream Sketch from adafruit, it works ok. And in xbmc it works. But if i upload your sketch the Leds keep black, and in xbmc they are without any funktion. I have massive problems with the LedStream Sketch in some videos i lose Frames, the drop or the skip and i have jutter. So i thought i will try your sketch… but i didnt find the mistake i make.

Thanks Niko! I know its hard to find out whats wrong, i tried 7 houres with so many options but i didnt come further thanks niko. Ordered some quick-disconnect style connectors so I can break apart the strips if I need to do repairs I installed right to the TV, no frame. Wanted to say thanks again for the good help you gave me earlier this year with the setup. I never did get the RasPi to run smoothly.

So sad. Wondered if you could help me out with that…. Glad to hear things worked out for you. But a Mhz overclock, wow! As far as I understand, Boblight looks at the video file, and would see the whole width as the video feed. Something like checking if a pin is high, and if so, set all colors to black. If not high do the usual thing. Note that this is untested code …. Some more info on the color switching can also be found in this article I wrote. But that would take a little bit more effort to figure out.

Interesting to think about though …. Hope this helps …. So I have modified your code to include an event timer that monitors the data stream — if the serial stream is active, Pin 10 goes HIGH. Now its small enough to stick in a small project case on the shelf in the closet behind the TV with the rest of my AV gear. This seems a might bit more complicated, and might present some challenges given the limited memory I have to work with on the ProMini…. So it looks to me like I can create a custom boblightd.

I spent a couple hours manually editing the boblight. I fired up one of the 3D files I have and began seeking back and forth looking to see if it lined up — it looked close but not right most of the time. It now auto-starts in 3D mode, and the boblight stream appears to be processing correct using the standard conf file created with your awesome software tool. Pretty much yes. Remember you may have to clean and reload your library, or refresh the individual media files to show the updated info.

My 3D movies are stored separate from the regular movies and XBMC is not index them … it became way to confusing. Wich setting i make wrong? Not sure if your TAB movies are full resolution or not. Then again, I did see conflicting info as well. Yeah those LEDs are fun! After several days looking for a valid code to ambibox and windows i found it. If you want that this strip works successful whit Ambibox and Windows 8 or other windows you have to put this code in the arduino need fast spi library :.

Have you do eny extra configs in AmbiBox? Because your sketch is working fine with boblight, but in AmbiBox i see only start sequence. All this afternoon, I tried to going ambilight work but I did not succeed. I think that Arduino part is correct because when I change initial color in sketch, real color change.

I try with an arduino uno and now it work great!! Thanks for this wonderful DIY guide. Very cool — and more complicated then I had expected. Thank you for sharing! Can you advise on the cables that you are using to connect the strips together in figures 8, 12 and 13? Can you also tell me what the white wiring block that you are using to connect wires together is called? I am trying to put together a shopping list of all the items I need. Thanks KB …. I used the cables that came with my LED strips.

Looking at this article , 6 gauge should be enough. Hi, thanks for your great tut. Here is my problem: I have a flickering every 1 or 2 seconds see video. Flickering stays also when I reduce to 30 pixels. Additionally, it seems to be very slow. In the sample video it takes almost a second for the lights to snych. Is that normal? Display it! Odd fact: I removed the external power supply and attached it directly to the arduino. The flickering is gone now.

Do you think overclocking will help with the speed issue? I changed showdelay to 0. Lights will lag a few microseconds, not noticeable during video playback, but noticeable with the demo video — although I have seen plenty people who have a hard time seeing the lag. That speeded it up a lot. But still there is a noticeable delay.

Additionally I got the external power supply attached correctly, so it works like it should. Do you think I should lower or higher the interval? So in theory lowering might be the better choice, but did not work out changed to If it worked like in the laser-show demo you posted above, everything would be fine. I think its just a small step to reach that. Just a few settings :. I have played only with the Raspberry Pi A model, might be that the B model performs better more memory.

Might also be that a faster class SD card performs better, or running at p instead of p. You might find more tricks in the OpenElec or Raspberry Pi forum as well … other folks in the OpenElec forum play with Boblight as well. I recall a special Boblight version for that purpose, but I could be mixing that up with Enigma version sat box. My system is working well except that everytime I have to re-upload sketch to arduino. Have any idea to solve this problem?

Ehm, how do you mean re-upload the sketch? After you power down the Arduino? I applied all steps except boblightd. I downloaded boblight for windows and applied what. When I first upload skecth then I run server for boblight windows. Everything had worked well. After couple days I want to use it again.

After all I re-upload skecth to Arduino then I started server it worked well. Every time I want to use I need to do same process. Do you have any idea for solution? Hi Again to you too …. Does the Arduino remain powered when you shut down your computer? Ambillight works fine out of this problem :. If you use the setup above, the Arduino should shutdown when unplugging the power supply the one in this schematic that is , even when the Zotac stays on ….

I just tried a higher than baudrate on the arduino and pi boblight config, and now all USB ports on the PI dont work when the arduino is plugged in. They do work when i unplug the arduino usb. This still happens after switching back to baudrate! A 4 second delay seems a bit rough though ….

Higher baudrates do not seem to matter much dito experience with a regular PC. Hi Cole, i did make a huge progess with overclocking the pi to high, but i only use 63 LEDs. Since you are using it makes sense that you have a huge delay. The baudrate is not the problem. When using a refresh rate of 50 and LEDs a baudrate above should be sufficient anyways.

The problem seems to be the speed of the rapberry and the large amount of LEDs you are using. I will try to find out even better settings. If I get to a solution I will post it. Raspberry Pi settings and suggestions are most welcome here, since some of the visitors use the Raspberry Pi with OpenElec. Would be a great addition to the current info! Thanks again Teamo! I was wondering — have you have ever considered using Hyperion instead of Boblight? Do you have any experience with it? I would assume that the hardware does not need to be different, just the installed software on the Raspberry Pi and possibly the config file?

It looks like, unfortunately, you are right — Hyperion seems to be made for Raspberry Pi only. The reason I like Hyperion is also that it can be controlled from a phone Android. Does not seem all that complicated …. On Raspberry Pi it is very popular.

So here is the tutorial how to compile it on Linux and use it. On my Atom D it is not worth a mention. In next step we will make it autostart. Now we need to create config file for Hyperion. With the tool create a config file. Now you need to download the addon for Hyperion. It is similar like the one from Boblight. Note : Boblight and Hyperion can not run at the same time since they are using the same port and the same device. So disable the boblight first.

If you would like to use the Hyperion with the light on all the time, also on visualizations and also on menus then you can use the boblight-x11 daemon. You will need to compile boblight and use just the binaries boblight-x11 boblightd and boblight-constant you can delete.

For easy finding of perfect light configuration use Android app Hyperion from the google market. With this app you can see in realtime how the parameters effects the ambilight. When you will find the perfect spot just enter it into HyperConf. Thanks for this. But we would probably need to modify your sketch to some extent.

Read this section of the Wiki. Hans, one more question. Any ideas? Actually the error message is a mistake on my end where I forgot to not calculate the average LED width when zero LEDs is being entered. What you could do, for the time being, is configure it with 1 or 2 LEDs at the bottom, remove that part from the config file and reduce the channel count by the number of LEDs you had at the bottom times 3.

Thanks for the reply. I see various types, would more be better? Thanks for the compliment! However, nothing stops you from using less or more. The indirect light that bounces of your wall will blur the colors anyway. I mean, what changes should be done for using the RPi just as a led controller receiving the image data through the usb ports.

Thanks Alikindoy! It is being said that timing can be unreliable. Not to mention that an Arduino Nano for example can be found dirt cheap in eBay. And yes, I have a RPi laying around and I just wanted to give it a try with the ambilight-clone thing.

The Chinese clones work just as well, just a lot cheaper. Apart from that, everything works fine. It could be nice… Anyway, thanks a lot for your fantastic work. The random flashing, when Boblight is idle, is definitely not normal.

It should do the startup swirl and then remain stable. Excellent mod Simplyray! I never thought about this, mostly because I watch TV at night, but I can see the benefits for sure! Might be a bit hard to read…. Very well done! Love it! I did modify the post. Hello Hans, Thanks for an incredible write-up, on what has been a fun, yet challenging project. The sketch seems to work fine, as it lights up with the swipe love that , and I can modify the start color with no problems.

Adjusted top, sides and bottom counts. Any help that can be provided is greatly appreciated! If you need me to run any specific scenarios and post a log file, just let me know. The article was written with OpenElec in mind, but with minor modifications it can most certainly be used under Windows.

I would consider using a lower baudrate, start in conf and sketch with , or Much higher is not needed it seems. It might be that is too fast. Assuming the prefix matches the sketch. The only difference is that for OpenElec a specific plugin is to be used. Give the lower baudrate a try and let me know your findings …. Thanks for the response and tip re: baudrate same to you simpleray.

Thanks SimplyRay! Well, I got it working by lowering the baudrate! I was going a bit crazy… If i set a amount above , my LED strip starts to flicker irregular while processing data … i really have no idea why. BTW FastLED ist quite cool … some great features are implemented color correction on the fly, blacklevel theshold, and so on. My Sketch running with bauds under OpenELEC — you might want to initially set it to and try to set higher steps: , , etc.

Seems that OpenElec embedded Linux allows higher speeds. Nice work on the sketch! There will always be room for improvements on my sketch, and suggestions like yours are more than welcome! Thanks for posting your code! Downside: It currently only do work until the next reboot. Currently not quite sure what is causing this … guess something happens when the system reboots. Does this problem also occur when just powering down the Arduino when rebooting Windows? This should have the same effect as re-uploading the sketch to the Arduino.

Have you seen that, is this a led strip problem? Now I have a new problem, the only leds that light and work with boblight are the first line. The other are dead. Some times when I reconnect the power suply, they light but not work with boblight. As i search on ebay. No problem — things can be confusing for me as well with all those silly type numbers …. I would however be concerned about the potential gaps between LEDs, but I suppose that also depends on how close to the wall you are with the TV.

A little further away from the wall would give a better diffuse effect, where the colors seem like one piece. With a projectors things do indeed get more complicated and I would not know if it would give the desired effect. Hi Hans. Great article! I have my setup running but I notice some delays like others. I have tried a few things aka everything but nothing seems to work.

Do you think using a teensy 2. Hi Taytos! Thanks for the nice compliment. It might be an idea to test this with a beefy PC running OpenElec. Just for testing of course, to see if that improves things. During movie playback though, I hardly notice it, and I really have to pay attention to see it.

The test video reveals the delay a lot better though. This gives me the idea that the HTPC is the most critical part causing delays. I like the chain going on below me. But even was pretty bad delay wise. By the way, I read on another forum yesterday there is an attempt to bring Hyperion to more than just RPi!!! So that is something to look forward to testing out. Below is my video. Not sure if its because cubox or what , Interval in this video was , Its now back to 20, I just see other peoples videos where it looks spot on.

Even with a pi. I watched you YouTube video and you indeed have quite a delay. As I understand, this parameter is not always implemented, but worth a try. Reference : Boblightconf Wiki. Setting this value will improve timing of the device thread.

It is highly recommended that you set this to 99 when using a ws device, because the ws latches in data when the clock pin has been low for more than microseconds, which might cause flicker when the boblightd device thread gets preempted during an spi write. I have been struggling with the settings and different Arduino sketches for awhile and finally I think I got a working setup for Boblight with FastLED.

And the boblight settings in boblight config maker I left the color settings to default, colors might still need a bit of fine tuning : — Speed: Autospeed: 0- Interpolation: off- Saturation: 1. Thanks RanzQ! Always great to see improvements even on my own dabbling …. Thanks for this aweome tutorial too. With fastled the delay is now quite minimal. Have to try with a few movies to see if that speed is too fast for eyes. Thanks …. I will most certainly start playing with NeoPixel!

Specially if it reduces the delay! Good find! As for the Saturation in the Boblight plugin: I honestly can only guess. It might be a multiplication factor, ie. I realized that the value means HSV value. And they both must be multipliers, actually they were explained somewhere in boblight related forum if I remember right. So, basically, according to that picture, lowering the saturation makes the colors closer to white and lowering the value makes them closer to black.

If calibration is correct at Fastled it has built in color correction , the colors should look as seen on TV if both are set to 1. I watched a movie and dark scenes often cast too bluish light when I had the value at 2. Trying with both at 1. The more info we collect here, the better educated we all become — good info! Thanks for posting this! I tried a different FastLED sketch posted earlier in the comments and it was no good.

I will report my findings. First I thought it was for RPi only but it can be used with arduino too. Thanks again RnazQ! Please let us know your findings, would be very interesting to find something faster than Boblight …. Seems it is more of a challenge when using OpenElec instructions here — seems for RPi, but might work on others as well — With a nice warning that updating OpenElec might brake it again.

Also the helper picture is from front of the screen, so the rotation is clockwise, when in boblight I had counter-clockwise. You can play with the interval and smoothing. I just modified the prefix from the sketch and it works with hyperion now. Gotta try the android app for color calibration. Here is the post I was referring to earlier about hyperion running on something other than a RPi Right here.

Also, your FastLED sketch works well for me. I tried it out last night. I first used as baud then upped it to and I could see the difference. So thanks for that. Modified my sketch to be similar. Also this seemed to work without the drain fix that I had before:. Awesome RanzQ! I ended up to after checking this:. See the color table at bottom, it tells that error rate is zero with but not with My Nano specs say 16 MHz so I used it in that calculator.

Anyway, it seems to be written for older FastLED, so maybe my version is better. I have the following issue, I uploaded the sketch with the leds i use and it only lights up 48 leds and then another 40 are blinking, this is also the case with a test sketch.

The psu i use is 5 volt 7amp could it be that i need 9. The connections between strips might not be conducting all that great. Only applicable of course if you use individual strips. Check and see if the issues occur specifically after a specific connection. An issue I ran into myself was that one or two LEDs in the strand were defective and caused following LEDs not to work or behave oddly. Option 3 is relatively easy to test, if you can reach the 3 connectors between the LEDs.

I personally, with my own stuff! So I have bin fiddling around and now I have everything hooked up and semi working. When everything starts the led strand all of them lights up white as configured. But if openelec shows the main screen i have 3 to 4 blinking leds at the start of my third led strand at the right side while they should be out.

I tried setting the data signal from the second to the third strand with no succes. I run the test sketch again and that works good, swirls rainbows and that kinda things from beginning to the end all good, so iam a little confused now it its software or hardware. Last comment I have is that when i hook everything up to a raspberry with openelec the the led blinking starts from led 6 to 9 on the third led strand.

Can you, temporary, disable strand 3 bypass it completely to see if the oddities occur in strand 4? Or swap the strand, temporary, with another one? You where right! Glad to hear things work now! But people have successfully used this combo. Technically one could use the PIO pins of the Raspberry Pi, but due to the nature of the operating system not being realtime and the available resource CPU being limited, I suspect this might be difficult to run smoothly.

Not very obvious to find, but the info on those connectors can be found in this post above. I have to admit that the name can be hard to figure out took me a while as well. Thank you! And have you tried diffference between both? No Problem …. I think pointing towards the wall will be the best, since the wall reflects the light best this way.

Is it necessary to add a power supply to Arduino or USB power is sufficient? I will add of course a power supply to LEDs ;. The above shown connections do exactly that. When I run the test video I see that when the vertical stripes come in, it does not disable my leds on these positions. It does on the wider stripes. Maybe this will help anybody. I took the sketch from this site and updated fastled library from here.

As for the baudrate: the application defaults to since this can be a limit for Windows machines. It should match the speed in the sketch. So if you choose , then set it to in the sketch as well. I actually had good results with lower speeds as well even Try a low speed first ie. I think I can Increase the baudrate to in the config creator, will it be better than changing the sketch? Or Hyperion must work with a RPi? Welcome back! As far as I know is Hyperion created with RPi in mind.

I hope this is helpful. For those unfamiliar with Hyperion: Hyperion is a lightweight Boblight alternative, originally developed for Raspberry Pi. For those who tried: please let us know your findings! Content of the article: source — by illiac4 at the Kodi forum. On Raspberry Pi Hyperion is very popular. So here is the tutorial how to compile it on Linux and Android and use it. Note: Boblight and Hyperion can not run at the same time since they are using the same port and the same device.

I have build my Ambilight yesterday, I have a little hardware? With Arduino? If yes, do ou have informations about sketch to use? Ehm …. In theory anyway … I have not been able to test all of this. Yes pardon me if I expressed myself poorly, I was talking about Kodi article. I think sketch is different, like RanzQ said in another comment. Nicolas — it sounds like you have it working with a strand, right?

If so, can you share your config file settings? Still need to find the time to test.. I use Arduino 1. Nicolas; If you have a link to the relevant posts at the MediaPortal, then please feel free to post those here …. You can post it as plain text as well even though it will not become clickable …. Ive followed various tutorials online and attempted to modify the code to get it working with my 92 LED setup but it just wont work.

Ive asked on a few forums as well but nobody seems willing to help. I carefully assume that MoMo uses Boblight as well, just the hardware might be different, which should not be a problem. In the options menu go to playback and select output. This also only works together with the Boblight software. I hope this is helpful — please let us know …. Hi, you can try ambibox 2. Ended up getting Ambibox mostly working.

I am running Windows 7 with the latest versions of both. Here is what I used:. I think when it goes full screen it is rendered different or something because it works after I changed it. Just to recap: You can use the sketch I posted and it is fully compatible with Ambibox using WSb leds. After messing around with Ambibox and half a dozen other similar programs I cannot fathom why anyone would use anything but Ambibox.

The difference in image quality when using properly set up hardware assisted rendering is borderline mind blowing. The worse quality the original source is p for example the more of a difference you will see when using MadVR. Artifacts, fuzz and other visual garbage is non-existent with my ripped and compressed TV seasons. Most of us do not like to have to purchase a Windows license or prefer to use cheap hardware not capable of running Windows properly combined with a media player … But since I do have a Windows laptop laying around, I will give it a try!

Im going to look into both options and try them out. I will report back if it works out. I need to connect only this side? If you use 2 strands, then the end of strand 1 will be connected to the beginning of strand 2, but the end of strand 2 will not be connected.

It is critical to follow the arrows on the strand! You could use a screw terminal for that Wiki , or solder the wires together. I finally found some use of my Raspberry Pi. Reading here about Hyperion I tested it on the pi. Installed Raspmc and Hyperion. The problem I had before with my setup is that I was using a Dreambox with Boblight and Arduino,and if I wanted to use my Mac I had to unplug the usb and hook it to my Mac. Now however all is connected to lan and I can easily use the lights without any problem.

Bob light on the Dreambox was recourse hungry so this setup seem to work much better. I know Boblight for example has the ability to work over LAN, just never looked into it. Or am I misunderstanding your message? That sounds like a little follow up project I should look into …. Awesome tip! Just wish I had my hardware here to play with that …. Thank you for the guide, and all the work you have put into this site in general its quite wonderful.

But as many folks here I am in need of help getting this set up to run. My setup is leds wsb 43 per side, 75 on top, 0 below I had to cheat the config to avoid divide by zero issues. My issue is that as a few here have stated, everything appears to work up to the point when you play a video. So I get the light strip when I power the arduino. The when I start Kodi the boblight add says it connects to boblightd. But the background colour I set does not apply and if I play a video nothing changes.

I suspect that boblight and boblightd are indeed speaking to each other but the arduino and boblightd are not. I have tried , , and I tried changing the com port in windows from com2,3,10 just cause I had no idea what else to try. Also FYI no caps when specifying device in the conf file. The test light after firing up the Arduino is fully initiated by the Arduino Sketch if you use mine.

I am using both your sketch and config maker. So in an effort to learn more about where specifically the communication is not working I downloaded real term and attempted to use it to debug the situation. I had your adruino sketch reply with whatever it put into readSerial variable. It seems my mega does not like as the replies were all garbled. I reduced speed to and voila clear messages were being exchanged. Mostly nothing happened, but if I repeatedly sent the same message eventually some lights changed but only a few would be correct and often they would all change to a repeat of blue, red, white, green.

So this leads me to believe my mega is done for or windows has issues I cannot solve. My next move is to borrow an UNO from someone and or build my dual boot laptop into an open elec machine to try that. Also keep in mind that long wires could contribute to it as well although I assume your wires are not all that long.

If this is not the case, then trouble should be located in the LED strip. So I tried the UNO with no change and then used open elec on an old laptop and it worked. But now what was working on the laptop is not working there. Any thoughts? I am not certain how to trouble shoot this branch of the system. Like I just said: double check this with a multi-meter or physically follow the wires if you can see that they connect to the same points. Hey, firstly great guide.

Do you hvae any idea what this may be? Does the strip if you use my sketch show the initialization swirl one led after the other is switched on, until all are on? Kodi is the new name for XBMC see announcement , so yes they are the same, just different names …. Hi Hans and other guys. I have barebone pc but it is not practical as media players. I holding my pc just because of Boblight system. Maybe I should look for a sponsor to drop off one of these Android boxes … or maybe someone can point me in the right direction to find an affordable model?

I cannot install boblightd service, the Boblight Add-on can be installed the standard way. When I search files in the computer, there is nothing like boblightd. Please, point me into some direction how to solve this. For use with VLC. This is a python based cli-app using the python-plex-api to control a plex-client and act like a real TV channel with show scheduling, commercial breaks, movie nights, etc.

Retrospect is a Kodi video add-on which allows you to watch streams of a number of free and publicly available online TV stream sites. Command line utility that enables users to search for TV and movie torrents and stream using Peerflix automatically. Multi-User Media Cleaner aka MUMC pronounced Mew-Mick will go through movies, tv episodes, audio tracks, and audiobooks in your libraries and delete media items you no longer want to keep.

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