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  • #24284
    LocoMJ
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    Hi,

    After doing a search in the forum, I haven’t found any post related to this topic, so here I go.

    I’ve connected the OSSC to the HDMI input of a Xbox One S and althought the image is clear as cristal, I haven’t got any sound.

    I have the 1.6 OSSC with 0.82 firmware version.

    Any advice will be very welcome.

    Thanks

    #24285
    BlueStinger
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    A few years ago, I thought it would be a good idea to plug my x360 into my X1, I was wrong… The amount of input lag is about 500ms ! It’s unplayable, before going the extra length to make this work, you should try to play with it for a while (even with no sound) because unless MS changed things, this wasn’t a reliable way to hook up consoles.

    BTW, I’m pretty curious about that, you don’t have any input lag at all ?

    Also, if you plan on streaming or recording via the Xbox one, the system won’t let you do it. I’ve tried with a Dreamcast about a year ago and I got a message preventing me to do it. I guess they want to make sure you’re not streaming movies or TV shows

    #24286
    BlueStinger
    Participant

    I don’t have sound either when using the HDMI in… Input lag seems good actually !

    #24288
    LocoMJ
    Participant

    Yep! Input lag seems to be almost perfect. I’m testing it with Ikaruga and it’s great.
    I’ll try with another firmware to discover if sound works.

    Ver 0.74: No sound.
    Ver 0.75: No sound.
    Ver 0.76: No sound.
    Ver 0.77: No sound.
    Ver 0.78: No sound.
    Ver 0.79: No sound.
    Ver 0.80: No sound.
    Ver 0.81: No sound.
    Ver 0.82: No sound.

    #24290
    BlueStinger
    Participant

    I was on v.0.82 as well. I tested it with the PS1 and no matter which mode I used (1920×1080, 1600×1200 etc) it didn’t work correctly, the picture was shifted downward, I couldn’t see the bottom part of the image. Yet, my Xbox one is a Scorpio and my TV is 4K. So, you can expect issues with some consoles/resolutions too.

    #24293
    LocoMJ
    Participant

    I tried all firmware versions with the same result, no sound. It’s a shame because I haven’t a capture card and because of the Christmas I wanted to do an streaming of retrogaming with a college for a small podcast (it’s in spanish) that we are doing.

    #24294
    BlueStinger
    Participant

    Like I said, I don’t think the Xbox will allow you to do it anyway. Have you tried it yet (even if there’s no sound) ? Because I was thinking of recording a Dreamcast speedrun that way and the Xbox didn’t let me do it. The xbox has no way to know if what yo’re planning on streaming is protected, so they won’t allow it. Maybe things have changed since last year, but don’t get your expectations too high on this one.

    #24295
    LocoMJ
    Participant

    I’ve just tried to stream something and… OneGuide can’t let you stream content. If I run a game, I can stream it, but if I change to OneGuide, the streaming stops. So… case closed. 🙂

    #24296
    BlueStinger
    Participant

    That sucks, I hope you’ll find a solution for your podcast mate. Have a nice day nonetheless !

    #24297
    Harrumph
    Participant

    You should use the -aud firmware

    #24298
    LocoMJ
    Participant

    I’m using the “-aud” version. If I plug the OSSC to my tv (Samsung Nu8005) sound is working OK. It’s something in Xbox One Guide software.

    #24300
    BlueStinger
    Participant

    Yes, same for me, I’m using the “audio” version as well and it didn’t work.

    #24301
    nmalinoski
    Participant

    Shot in the dark, here; my girlfriend has had trouble with her Xbox One randomly losing audio on some games, which is sometimes fixed by switching back and forth between apps, and sometimes fixed by force-closing the game and restarting it. Have you tried force-closing and restarting OneGuide (or whichever app lets you watch from the HDMI input)?

    Is there anything in the audio settings on the Xbox One that might cause no audio to pass through? Do any other HDMI devices work with sound?

    #24304
    marqs
    Participant

    Can you also try v0.81-aud firmware? There’s been one report of v0.82 breaking audio with a Sony TV, so I wonder if that could be the case here as well.

    #24307
    LocoMJ
    Participant

    Yesterday I tried all *-aud firmwares from 0.74 to 0.82. I’d be interesting BlueStinger tries 0.81-aud version to see if he can listen something.

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