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Bug general H9.2H booting hangs at the beginning of bootvideo.

saragusa

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Amigo OpenSPA
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#1
Hi alls...

I mainly ask the coders of Forum....

My H9.2H equipped by OpenSpa last version (2020 dec.) hangs at the beginning of bootvideo (.mp4 file).

When booting starts, i see the splash, then i only hear the first 4-5 seconds of the .mp4 file, but always on black screen ... then nothing more.

The boot blocks and I have to switch the receiver off and on again, trying two-three-four -... times, until the boot video starts properly and the image is loaded regularly.

I tried everything: update gstreamer, change bootvideo file, change bootvideo plugin ... nothing at all.

If I run the mp4 file used (not only a file, but many) for the bootvideo with the image started, from the media player, the video runs regularly.

Is it possible that the Zgemma drivers do not have the mp4 codecs that allow to stream video files at boot?

If it's necessary, i can attach (how do it??) (a) extract of the debug file with evidence of the error, (b) screenshot of the videoboot script execution console, obtained with the image started and (c) script of the bootvideo plugin.

Thank's in advance.
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#2
In attach extract of debug file in the part of the error and the screenshot of consol at the execution of video logo script, at the started image.

12:21:35.7110 [ ] base/console.cpp:110 execute [eConsoleAppContainer] Starting /bin/sh
12:21:35.7125 { } /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/twisted/python/util.py:815 untilConcludes 2021-01-20 12:21:35+0100 [-] /usr/bin/opbitrate 0 0 1500 1501
12:21:35.7126 [ ] base/console.cpp:110 execute [eConsoleAppContainer] Starting /bin/sh
12:21:35.7278 [ ] service/servicedvb.cpp:1747 timeshift [eDVBServicePlay] timeshift
12:21:35.7283 [ ] service/servicedvb.cpp:1747 timeshift [eDVBServicePlay] timeshift
12:21:35.7287 [ ] dvb/decoder.cpp:870 setState [eTSMPEGDecoder] decoder state: play, vpid=ffffffff, apid=ffffffff
12:21:35.7287 < > dvb/decoder.cpp:762 stop [eDVBPCR0] DEMUX_STOP ok
12:21:35.7288 [ ] dvb/decoder.cpp:773 ~eDVBPCR [eDVBPCR0] destroy
12:21:35.7288 < > dvb/decoder.cpp:431 stop [eDVBVideo0] DEMUX_STOP ok
12:21:35.7288 < > dvb/decoder.cpp:440 stop [eDVBVideo0] VIDEO_STOP ok

Error videologo consolle
 

MADOSS

Usuario
Amigo OpenSPA
#4
Hello saragusa ...
I'm curious why the bootvideo isn't working for you.
Not so long ago I prepared a bootvideo to a friend about his son in a deco
just like yours and it worked great and smooth.
from what you say it doesn't seem to be a codec or gt problem either.

The boot blocks and I have to switch the receiver off and on again, trying two-three-four -... times, until the boot video starts properly and the image is loaded regularly.
If you want we can test from a clean installation.
I will give you an ipk with a bootvideo for you to try.

Info bootvideo:
Código:
General : botvideo.mp4
Format  : MPEG-4 at 5 714 kb/s
Length  : 8.81 MiB for 12 s 940 ms
Video #0 : AVC at 6 359 kb/s
Aspect  : 1920 x 1080 (1.778) at 25.000 fps
Audio #0   : AAC at 165 kb/s
Infos    : 2 channels, 48.0 kHz
download:
bootvideo


put the ipk inside / var / volatile / tmp
from your favorite console write this

opkg install --force-overwrite /tmp/*.ipk

reboot


To uninstall the bootvideo:

opkg remove bootvideo-openspa-flash - 1.0
 
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saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#6
Hello saragusa ...
I'm curious why the bootvideo isn't working for you.
Not so long ago I prepared a bootvideo to a friend about his son in a deco
just like yours and it worked great and smooth.
from what you say it doesn't seem to be a codec or gt problem either.



If you want we can test from a clean installation.
I will give you an ipk with a bootvideo for you to try.

Info bootvideo:
Código:
General : botvideo.mp4
Format  : MPEG-4 at 5 714 kb/s
Length  : 8.81 MiB for 12 s 940 ms
Video #0 : AVC at 6 359 kb/s
Aspect  : 1920 x 1080 (1.778) at 25.000 fps
Audio #0   : AAC at 165 kb/s
Infos    : 2 channels, 48.0 kHz
download:
bootvideo


put the ipk inside / var / volatile / tmp
from your favorite console write this

opkg install --force-overwrite /tmp/*.ipk

reboot


To uninstall the bootvideo:

opkg remove bootvideo-openspa-flash - 1.0
No way. Always the same problem ... Sometimes it starts and sometimes you hear the first notes (on a black screen) and the boot stops. It is as if the playback of the bootvideo does not start in sync with the audio, and whenever the "video part" does not start together with the "audio part", the boot blocks. It is as if a conflict is created and the image loading is blocked...
 

JR

OpenSPA Team
Miembro del equipo
Admin OpenSPA
#10
The problem is only with first H9 models. Why? We don't know, but it's not a videologo issue, the problem may be due to the playback at boot.
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#11
make a backup of all your plugins install a fresh image from scratch. Then I installed the ipk.
Then... Multiple tests performed, all with negative results.

1) Bootvideo from nandsim, clean image, only Hannibal settings installed. Hisilicon Plugin Service (H9.2H processor) not activated. Outcome: it always crashes. It was necessary to reflash;

2) Bootvideo from nandsim, completely clean image, without settings. Hisilicon Plugin Service (H9.2H processor) activated. Outcome: it always crashes. It was necessary to reflash.
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#12
The problem is only with first H9 models. Why? We don't know, but it's not a videologo issue, the problem may be due to the playback at boot.
Yes... Also i think a problem to the playback at boot... But what problem? Driver Hisilicon processor? Gstreamer version? Codecs lack of? I don't know...
 

saragusa

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Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#13
Then... Multiple tests performed, all with negative results.

1) Bootvideo from nandsim, clean image, only Hannibal settings installed. Hisilicon Plugin Service (H9.2H processor) not activated. Outcome: it always crashes. It was necessary to reflash;

2) Bootvideo from nandsim, completely clean image, without settings. Hisilicon Plugin Service (H9.2H processor) activated. Outcome: it always crashes. It was necessary to reflash.
Hangs... not crash, Sorry...
 

MADOSS

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Amigo OpenSPA
#14
Well from what looks like it doesn't work with the gt, let's try the eplayer5.
I'm going to prepare you an ipk with the eplayer5.

When I have it ready I'll leave it here.
 

MADOSS

Usuario
Amigo OpenSPA
#16
1) delete the boot video and the script.

To uninstall the bootvideo:
Código:
opkg remove bootvideo-openspa-flash - 1.0
2) install the ipk with the eplayer5 .

bootvideo-test_1.2_all.ipk

Código:
opkg install --force-overwrite /tmp/*.ipk

These are the directories where the installed files of the ipk are hosted
in case you want to delete them.
Código:
opkg remove bootvideo-test - 1.2

/usr/bin/eplayer5

/usr/share/bootvideo.mp4

/usr/share/bootlogo.mvi

/etc/init.d/bootlogo

/etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh

/etc/init.d/bootvideo
Being the main Chipset, ARM processor may crash with the eplayer5
Lucky friend. ;)
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#17
1) delete the boot video and the script.

To uninstall the bootvideo:
Código:
opkg remove bootvideo-openspa-flash - 1.0
2) install the ipk with the eplayer5 .

bootvideo-test_1.2_all.ipk

Código:
opkg install --force-overwrite /tmp/*.ipk

These are the directories where the installed files of the ipk are hosted
in case you want to delete them.
Código:
opkg remove bootvideo-test - 1.2

/usr/bin/eplayer5

/usr/share/bootvideo.mp4

/usr/share/bootlogo.mvi

/etc/init.d/bootlogo

/etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh

/etc/init.d/bootvideo
Being the main Chipset, ARM processor may crash with the eplayer5
Lucky friend. ;)
Nothing to do with eplayer5 either...☹️
When the boot starts, the splash, bootvideo.mvi, black screen, bootvideo.mvi appear in succession and it completes the loading of the image regularly. The boot does not hang, but bootvideo.mp4 is not displayed. However, if I launch bootvideo.mp4 from usr / share, it runs smoothly...
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#18
Nothing to do with eplayer5 either...☹️
When the boot starts, the splash, bootvideo.mvi, black screen, bootvideo.mvi appear in succession and it completes the loading of the image regularly. The boot does not hang, but bootvideo.mp4 is not displayed. However, if I launch bootvideo.mp4 from usr / share, it runs smoothly...
Bootlogo.mvi appears, not bootvideo.mpi... sorry..
 

MADOSS

Usuario
Amigo OpenSPA
#19
the scrip may be the problem the "gst-launch-1.0" has several variants of audio video execution.
Código:
test -x $SHOWIFRAME || exit 0

gst-launch-1.0 playbin uri=file:///usr/share/videologo/bootvideo.mp4

case "$1" in
I will prepare some ipk with different scripts for you to test them.
I'll put it here for you to try give me a little time.
 

saragusa

Usuario Activo
Amigo OpenSPA
Forero
#20
the scrip may be the problem the "gst-launch-1.0" has several variants of audio video execution.
Código:
test -x $SHOWIFRAME || exit 0

gst-launch-1.0 playbin uri=file:///usr/share/videologo/bootvideo.mp4

case "$1" in
I will prepare some ipk with different scripts for you to test them.
I'll put it here for you to try give me a little time.
Thank's so much, bro...