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Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Beta 1 - Wanilton - 06/01/2023

KODI 21.0 Omega - Versão Beta 1

Atualizado em 13/11/2023

Versão custom 64 bits disponível para membros vip plus em drive principal


A versão oficial do Kodi não contém nenhum conteúdo.Isso significa que você deve fornecer seu próprio coteúdo de um local de armazenamento local ou remoto, DVD, Blu-Ray ou qualquer outra operadora de mídia de sua propriedade. Além disso, o Kodi permite instalar plug-ins de terceiros que você pode fornecer acesso ao conteúdo que está disponível gratuitamente no site oficial do provedor de conteúdo. Qualquer outro meio de assistir a um conteúdo ilegal de outra forma seria pago não aprovado ou aprovado pela Equipe Kodi.

RE: Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Alpha 1 - Wanilton - 18/01/2023

Destaques da geração omega

Atualizado FFMpeg para versão 6.0
No Android suporte nativo a Dolby Vision

RE: Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Alpha 2 - Wanilton - 24/06/2023

Saiu a Omega alpha 2

Kodi "Omega" Alpha 2
Prerelease, Developer

Team Kodi

June 18, 2023
4 min read
Time for the next milestone release for Kodi 21 "Omega". This is our second Alpha release for this cycle.

This is a major release, so, as you'd expect, it comes with many new features. However, with a core change to FFmpeg 6.0, there is a very good chance that some regressions may occur. As such, please be aware that installing this will most likely break things, and we'd really like your help at that point to identify the problems and get them fixed. Please raise Github issues with full debug logs to help us resolve any issues you wonderful testers come across.

Over the last couple of months, we've merged 120 pull requests - fixing issues, adding features, and improving Kodi.

So... what's actually changed?


Apple platforms are now all built using a newer version of Xcode (14.2) and the relevant SDKs. Thanks to a combination of a new M1 Mac mini hardware donation from long time supporter of the project,, and also the Kodi foundation purchasing a second M1 Mac mini, we have been able to decommission our ageing Intel Mac mini's that has been in use for a long time.
Building on Windows now uses the system curl executable instead of our formerly bundled (ancient) wget executable.
Improvements to dependency building have been made by @lrusak to make the downloading/hash checking more robust.

Improvements to the seek window timeouts have been made to more correctly disappear after appropriate timeouts.
Fix visibility of the 'next recording' label in PVRTimers was made by @ksooo.

One of our newer team members, @neo1973 , has made some cleanups and fixed some crashes in our ffmpeg side data usage, as well as other improvements with our ffmpeg API usage.

Improvements made to the handling of movement keys (e.g. PageUp, Down, Home, End) in certain lists such as Settings.
@rmrector has been endeavoring to improve image cache handling for GUI items. We look forward to the further work he has in the pipeline to improve the cache handling.
Extraart configurations in advancedsettings.xml for Kodi 18 will no longer be migrated to the new GUI settings when upgrading. If you had a meaningful configuration there, check that the artwork settings in the GUI match your preferences.
@CrystalP extended the navigation history to track the line number of the selected item so that it can be restored when the item disappears from the list, instead of resetting the selection to the top of the list (usually the ..) after the end of playback or changing the watched status of an item.
The generation of thumbnails was fixed for pictures in portrait orientation. The existing thumbnails in KODI_HOME/userdata/Thumbnails/* must be deleted in order to have the new correct ones recreated.

VideoLibrary.GetEpisodeDetails now returns "studio" and "genre" added by @scott967 in
Platform Specifics


@joseluismarti has continued with more cleanups and improvements to the Android codebase. Each improvement makes things easier to manage, and is greatly appreciated.
@fritsch has been able to make further improvements to AudioTrack to handle hardware that has sinks that get "stuck". Its always a fine line making changes in the Android world, as the multitude of hardware vendors have widely varying implementation qualities of the standard Android APIs.

@lrusak has added the ability for users to select the audio backend with a command line switch when starting Kodi. This also allows seeing with which enabled audio backends Kodi was built. For more information check out the following PR.

The minimum OS required for Kodi on macOS is now Mojave (10.14). This was done to allow the project to continue using more modern C++ 17 features. macOS Mojave was released on 24th September 2018 and hardware support can be seen at
@enen92 has continued to further improve what is known as "Native windowing" for our macOS codebase which will eventually lead to a formal Apple Silicon version. Improvements to window resizing, menus, window blanking, improved multiple monitor handling, and more.
For developers, Kodi can also now more easily be run from Xcode without having to alter schemes.
@ksooo has now correctly added Speech Recognition entitlements for Apple platforms (including iOS/tvOS) which fixes a crash when microphone usage was triggered.
Support for HiDPI resolutions, such as those marketed as Retina displays, has been introduced in the native windowing version. This enhancement allows Kodi's graphical user interface (GUI) to showcase higher pixel densities, resulting in a sleek and polished appearance on modern Macs.

@sundermann and @craigcarnell have made further improvements to the new webOS platform. Screensaver support has been added, along with audio sink improvements and updates to codec hardware support.

Minimum Windows-supported version has been raised to Windows 8.1.
@CrystalP and @thexai have made a number of improvements to Windows HDR/SDR/HLG display including tone mapping and hardware DXVA support for a number of combinations of those media types.
@thexai implemented support for "Video Super Resolution" for Nvidia (RTX ) and Intel (ARC) compatible hardware. Please note, we obviously can't test all combinations of hardware, so don't expect this to work for every combination under the sun. Give it a try and report any issues WITH debug logs.
Bump to libdav1d to version 1.20 should improve AV1 playback support for Windows platforms.

A fix for regression was made by @lrusak that puts addon paths at the front of the system paths. This fixes addons using system modules instead of potentially customized Kodi modules of the same name. This mostly affects Linux-based systems.
If you love to live on the bleeding edge of new, you can get Alpha 2.

RE: Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Alpha 2 - Wanilton - 31/07/2023

Atualizaram a libbluray para versão mais recente, de número 1.3.4.

RE: Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Alpha 3 - Wanilton - 10/09/2023

Saiu versão Alpha 3 do Kodi Omega, próxima versão já será Beta 1

Time for the next milestone release for Kodi 21 "Omega". Slightly delayed this time around compared to what we were striving for, however, we are happy to announce the arrival of Alpha 3.

This is a major release, so, as you'd expect, it comes with many new features. However, with a core change to FFmpeg 6.0, there is a very good chance that some regressions may occur. As such, please be aware that installing this will most likely break things, and we'd really like your help at that point to identify the problems and get them fixed. Please raise Github issues with full debug logs to help us resolve any issues you wonderful testers come across.

A further 176 Pull Requests have been merged since Alpha 2 - fixing issues, adding features, and improving Kodi.

So... what's actually changed?


A change to Estuary to add "more..." to size-limited lists has been made by @ksooo. The effect of this can be seen in home screen widgets that have more than 15 items.
A number of changes to support video information for Movie Sets and TV Seasons have been made.

@popcornmix has made several fixes to our FFmpeg library usage. This has gone through several iterations now, and has affected seeking and playback to various degrees. Hopefully, the last of these regressions has now been squashed, but please do let us know if you experience any further regressions around playback using FFmpeg.

@thexai has changed the chunk size of data requests for local media, increasing it 64kb to improve data throughput.

@garbear continues to improve the gaming interface of Kodi. Changes around player management/assignment have been made in Have a read of that PR for more details/info.

@ksooo has continued his whack-a-mole approach with issues regarding menu usage across the Kodi codebase. A fix for no information dialog for music videos, "Local art" missing for the art selection dialog, and further art dialog selection issues are amongst some of the latest fixes.
TV Shows/Seasons/Movie sets/Recording folders now expose their 'in progress' state via LISTITEM_IS_RESUMABLE.
The content of the refresh progress dialog has been improved a bit to be more informative for the user - for example, to display the current season and episode being refreshed.
@repojohnray has had a (lingering) PR merged that fixes a memory leak in context menus.
Some improvements and optimizations have been made by @neo1973 . This affects several areas (database and curl usage), and every performance fix is greatly appreciated.
@rmrector has been digging into the image usage of Kodi (caching, allowing remote viewing of images without having been displayed in Kodi, preloading of images, and general streamlining of the API), and has made several improvements leading to more hotly-anticipated changes to come in the future.
Platform Specifics


@quietvoid has had a PR merged that enables the ability to convert some Dolby Vision media types to more common types to allow playback. A forum thread has been around for testing that can explain the benefits a little better than this blog editor, so head there for some info and any feedback/support around the feature:
@fritsch has once again delved into our Audio Engine to fix a regression for Amazon FireTV 4K users:
@joseluismarti has further updated some Android dependencies and fixed/modernised areas of our Android API usage.

Support for cpu_thermal hwmon has been added. This enables devices like the Raspberry Pi to report CPU temperatures without the use of external scripts (as have been common in projects like LibreELEC).
@smp79 submitted a fix for VAAPI VP9 Profile 2 playback.

@kambala-decapitator has fixed a crash in the SDL versions of Kodi when pressing the Caps-Lock key. This did not affect the "native windowing" version of Kodi we have migrated to for v21 nightlies, however if you are building for x86_64 intel Macs then this should make using that key less troublesome.
@enen92 continues his work on improving Kodi for macOS. Network System info has been tackled to improve its speed, and more accurately represent network information like DNS servers used.
macOS temperature information is currently not supported on Apple Silicon devices due to our usage of a library that does not support them. @enen92 has made a change to report N/A instead of 0.0 for CPU/GPU temperatures.
Media keys are now supported on macOS.
Some improvements for moving the Kodi app window from high-DPI screens with differing refresh rates.
macOS releases are now defaulting to the "native windowing" system.

@sundermann has continued with further improvements to the webOS port, most notably around passthrough and video decoding.

A PR intended to fix an issue around the Windows platform regularly losing track of the audio output device has been merged by @thexai. This hopefully makes Windows audio outputs more robust to situations where driver updates may change naming.
@CrystalP has been contributing a number of fixes/improvements particularly aimed at Windows. These include a fix for refresh rate switching for Intel and Nvidia graphics cards that was accidentally broken by a fix aimed at AMD cards.
More improvements to the recently add Video Super Resolution implementation have been made.

A first time contributor @ivanllc has had a PR merged to add a "2 minute" option to the padding timer for PVR recordings.
@ksooo continues to improve the Kodi PVR system. A number of changes were made, including fixes and tidy ups from static analysis tools (cppcheck and clang-tidy).
Fixed a long-standing bug with subtitle selection not being preserved upon channel playback restart.

Changes made to support building Kodi when using Python 3.12.
Python invoker now passes sys.argv arguments in a logical order to Python add-ons thanks to @scott967.

a change by @smfontes to allow loading of font sets defined in a skins/fonts folder:

Support for .ttc font collections has been added.

TV show groups (seasons, movie sets, PVR recording folders) with at least one started element (episodes, movies, recordings) but no completely watched ones are now considered as 'in progress' and they, for example, now appear in the respective "In progress" GUI elements like widgets and video windows.
Fixed play counts (watched state) and last played date of episodes and movies not being preserved on internet update.
Default select action for videos fixed.

@alanswanson has provided a chance to use the FFmpeg software deinterlacer from yadiff to bwdif. This is said to have fairly significant performance improvements over the old interlacing method.
There are a lot more changes not mentioned, but we are grateful for all the contributors who helped make Kodi better.

If you love to live on the bleeding edge of new, you can get Alpha 3 from here. Select your platform of choice, and look in the "Prerelease" section. Again, though, please: expect some breakage, don't use this as your daily installation unless you know how to get things working again, and please share your experiences back with us so we can really get going on those bugs.

As usual - we are an open-source project - you can see what's changed between v21 and v20 here. For a more targeted look at the changes made since v21 Alpha 2, you can see those changes here.

RE: Kodi 21.0 - Omega - Beta 1 - redlehramos - 17/11/2023

Bom dia Sr. Wanilton, ainda sem suporte a DV no kodi (windows) correto?