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other questions on the media player
#1
are there plans KODI support this processor (RTD 1195)?
http://kodi.wiki/view/Android_hardware#cite_note-SoC_hardware_support_but_no_official_Kodi_implementation_yet-3

so far, no support Confused
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#2
I ask that the new firmware to realize the function menu BD light
please fix Play fractional frequency.
Briefly about the problem: when playing a video with a frame rate 23,976fps in the "24" Hz on media players actually do not support 23,976Hz, with an interval of about 42 seconds, there is a brief twitching image (so-called micro-friezes). This artifact display visible on moving objects, dynamic scenes, panoramic photography, credits, etc.
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#3
(04-08-2015, 07:41 PM)keps Wrote:  I ask that the new firmware to realize the function menu BD light
please fix Play fractional frequency.
Briefly about the problem: when playing a video with a frame rate 23,976fps in the "24" Hz on media players actually do not support 23,976Hz, with an interval of about 42 seconds, there is a brief twitching image (so-called micro-friezes). This artifact display visible on moving objects, dynamic scenes, panoramic photography, credits, etc.

Dear Customer,
Thanks for choosing MeLE X1000 4K.

We will enable 24Hz feature in next new firmware. It will fix the twitching image problem when you play a 23.976fps movie.
And what's the funtion menu BD light?

Best Regards
MeLE Service Team

(04-07-2015, 07:32 AM)keps Wrote:  are there plans KODI support this processor (RTD 1195)?
http://kodi.wiki/view/Android_hardware#cite_note-SoC_hardware_support_but_no_official_Kodi_implementation_yet-3

so far, no support Confused


Dear Customer,
Thanks for choosing MeLE X1000 4K.

The link is about KODI's hardware video decoding. It just about the KODI you download from the third-party.
However,KODI is open source and it's possible to modify KODI to enable hardware decoding on X1000 4K.
Now,you can enable hardware decoding by following steps,
1.Install V1.0.2 through USB3.0 host port. MeLE X1000 4K V1.0.2 USB Upgrade
2.Enter into KODI, select the movie in your hard disk, then press menu button-> select play using->choose RTK player.Then you can play BD ISO(any video supported by X1000 4K in your hard disk) smoothly in KODI. You also can enable 7.1ch TrueHD audio by HDMI passthrough.  

Best Regards
MeLE Service Team
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#4
Firmware BD-Lite Edition understand the structure of the BD and display the disc menu (Lite menu), all other firmwares do not support.

incorrect display of fractional frequency can be seen on the plasma TV and the TV in older models. Some new TVs are built automatically correct this deficiency. Therefore, can sometimes give the impression that everything is working fine.
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#5
Of the media player menu in Russian language is not fully translated, there are English and Chinese words.
Switch menu is slow.
Not included batteries for the remote.
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#6
(04-15-2015, 07:20 AM)keps Wrote:  Of the media player menu in Russian language is not fully translated, there are English and Chinese words.
Switch menu is slow.
Not included batteries for the remote.

1. We keep working on translations.
2. We keep optimizing it.
3. It is strick regulation from the post service to refuse to ship anything with battery, please understand.
Best Regards
MeLE Service Team
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#7
Hello!
when will be ready new firmware? Will the system update to Android 5.X
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#8
(04-17-2015, 08:06 AM)keps Wrote:  Hello!
when will be ready new firmware? Will the system update to Android 5.X

Dear friend,
Thanks for choosing MeLE products.

New firmware will be release in next 3-4 weeks.
New firmware will still android4.4.

We will not update to android5.x till it is stable and mature.

Best regards.

MeLE service Team
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#9
Can I install on media player firmware from other manufacturers (EWEAT EW 902, Zappiti 4K and others...)
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#10
YES. I SUPPORT THE SUGGESTIONS FROM KEPS, WE NEED A BETTER FIRMWARE FROM OTHER PRODUCTS !!!!!
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