Not much has changed since our last Showtime roundup, but Andreas Oman continues to plug along. Check out the hot fixes in the latest release!
Showtime Media Center is one of the most popular PS3 homebrew apps, and that's partially thanks to its constant version updates. In general, this build retains many of the features that make it the single greatest media playing option for your modded Sony console. In this update, you'll now be able to see when the app is using hardware acceleration. There has also been a few white space and image stabilization bugs squashed as well. See full details in the changelog below!
Changes in 4.5.333
Fix crash when playing MJPEG movies (recent regression)
ps3: Include eth address in device id hash
Improve traceprint to print source IP address
Add usage tracker
Changes in 4.5.329
js: Avoid running multiple search queries in the same plugin
navigator: Avoid duplicate pages next to each other in history ...
Update libav with fix for incorrect DVHS packet framing ...
Move libav specific stuff from video_decoder.c into libav.c
vdpau: Get rid of a debug printf
glw/video: Fix recent regression in VDPAU video display
fix build breaks
Make it possible to turn off video frame interpolation ...
Show if decoder is hw accelerated in status bar
Remove trailing whitespace
Fix broken rescan of /dev/event devices
fa/smb: Fix use after free
Rewrite VDPAU implementation. Now works again after libav10 upgrade.
Also use the VDPAU OpenGL interop GL extension to avoid X11 pixmap hacks.
The old hack would cause tearing on high res displays
New implementation also support mid-stream resolution switching and switching
back/forth between software decoding and accelerated decoding
posix: No longer adjust stack size. It can screw up third party libs
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