A Firestick playing DV profile 7?quietvoid wrote: ↑Thu Sep 17, 2020 4:19 pmJust tried this and it works on the FireTV Stick 4K.
On archlinux, my steps (starting from a mode1 muxed BL_EL_RPU.hevc file):
Mux to mkv, split to make smaller.
Demux to hevc.
python app.py -lbf 50 -demux -fel_to_mel -if video.hevc
python app.py -lbf 50 -mux -bl BL.hevc -el EL_RPU.hevc
mp4muxer_64bits -i BL_EL_RPU.hevc --dv-profile 7 -o test.mp4
And it plays in Dolby Vision with ExoPlayer.
PS: there should probably be an indication or something to stop instead of just "Wait...", the default -lbf value just hanged because the file sample is small.
In this thread I read to many people saying the Firestick can't play DV profile 7
I'm confused right now
yusesope wrote: ↑Tue Mar 31, 2020 1:45 pmFinally, I join people who ask for the possibility to choose the most congenial DV profile: the dvhe.05 files obtained with my tool (or with DVDFab) are not standard at all (we are well aware of that) but there are devices (Apple TV, Fire Stick 4K) which can only play this type of file!
This has changed?yusesope wrote: ↑Wed Mar 18, 2020 10:58 amDo you guys want to check the correct functioning of my tool?
Well, create an mp4 file with Dolby's mp4muxer (bearing in mind the limitations of the individual device, like MEL vs FEL or hardware capability):
"-mode 1" (default mode) in my tool and "--dv-profile 4" in mp4muxer for owners of the new Shield (2019)
"-mode 1" (default mode) in my tool and "--dv-profile 7" (maybe also --dv-profile 4) in mp4muxer for owners of LG OLED TV (ninth, eighth
..series...maybe seventh series)
"-mode 2" in my tool and "--dv-profile 5" in mp4muxer for owners of Fire Stick 4K