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RKMC providing Kodi Jarvis w/ hardware acceleration
RKMC is a fork for Kodi and provides hardware acceleration and more features on Tinker board rockchip mainstream chips (rk3229、rk3229h、rk3288、rk3368、rk3399).

RKMC supports 4K2K、4K2K 10bit(H264、HEVC)、MVC 3D (bluray & mkv), high profile audio passthrough.

I haven't test it all yet but so far so good. I have it working reliably now in a nice casing and I am using it as prime kodi solution everyday.

With RKMC the rk3288 chip behaves reliably and is very stable inside a box without further noisy fans to cool it off. no throttling noticed. Sound and image well synced. Great results for a test build.

This project use specific ffmpeg version in and related firmware patches are in RKMC-Patches folder.

RKMC16.1 can fast configure and install on Tinker board with 3 steps.

Step 1: Find rk3288 library on the github folder RKMC\xbmc\RKMC-Patches.  Then use the command: adb push /system/lib/
run Android and from a computer use the command: adb connect <ip of you tinkerboard>, adb root, adb connect, adb remount,
adb push /system/lib/

Step 2: do the same for audio patches from github folder RKMC\xbmc\RKMC-Patches.

Step 3: Download the latest RKMC build here:
use the apkinstaller app that comes with the latest Tinker Android OS to install the RKMC. Run and then check if RKcodec is on.
Can you please post links for step 1 &2? Thanks.

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