Thanks for the app. Just stumbled on this accident and will be perfect for vacations w/ the Switch.
On 0.6. When setting up the sources for network drives in the config, typos will prevent the app from opening properly. Like if I did the '|' instead of a '/' after the network drive alias. Doesn't seem to like special characters like '?' or '!' in the credentials if a network share requires them either. Is there a convention to escape these?
Is there a list of supported subtitle formats, It looks like SRT/ASS seem to work but nothing shows up when there are multiple subtitle tracks. I think you mentioned you were going to put something in for future releases.
Performance on HEVC 1080p 2MB/s bitrate seems a little choppy in some cases, gets a bit worse when you bring up the OSD controls.
Yes the credentials has problems with special chars, i am working on it probably is due to the regex i use.
The performace issue with HEVC are known because all is done in CPU (no HW Decoding possible) so if the OSD is shwon (that takes small but some cpu) the performance decrase a bit.
For the subtitle i am working on external subtitle support, for the builtin ones with right dpad you can select subtitle tracks.
I first copied all the files in the archives without overwriting the one I had and it did compile fine but the app wouldn't build wouldn't open any video as if the A button was not working. Then I copied the entire folders and overwrite the switchport directory and got linker error. I then reinstalled ffmpeg and freetype with pacman and while the project compile fine, Atmosphere crashes whenever i launch the app. Time to do some digging and figure out wuat is wrong with my setup. But I appreciate you sharing your libs!
yeah i noticed that with mpv as well. if you pass it a m3u with multiple sources (eg, same show but at different quality) it seems to randomly (iirc) select a source, which takes a very long time to do so. after the source is selected, it loads instantly, so that part of the m3u loading is okay.
but yeah, something to parse the multiple sources, list them out to the user, showing the quality difference (if listed in the m3u master) would be a nice-to-have feature. this can also be used for crunchyroll and funimation