Portable Kodi 18.4 Multilanguage

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Kodi™ (formerly known as XBMC™) is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media center for playing videos, music, pictures, games, and more. Kodi runs on Linux, OS X, Windows, iOS, and Android, featuring a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, podcasts, and other digital media files from local and network storage media and the internet.

Kodi can play all your music including AAC, MP3, FLAC, OGG, WAV and WMA formats. It has cue sheet, tagging support, MusicBrainz integration, and smart playlists for ultimate control of your music collection.

Kodi can do movies too! Supporting all the main video formats and sources, including streamable online media, ISOs, 3D, H.264, HEVC, WEBM. Kodi can import these movies with full posters, fanart, disc-art, actor information, trailers, video extras, and more.

The TV shows library supports episode and season views with posters or banners, watched tags, show descriptions and actors. Video nodes/tags and smart playlists can further organize your library for special interests, making specific screens for sci-fi, anime, etc.

Import pictures into a library and browse the different views, start a slideshow, sort or filter them all using your remote control.

Kodi allows you to watch and record live TV all from the GUI interface. It works with a number of popular backends including MediaPortal, MythTV, NextPVR, Tvheadend, VDR, Windows Media Center, and more.

Take Kodi to a whole new level with the vast selection of community created add-ons that are available though our repositories. There are add-ons for videos, music, changing Kodi’s behavior, popular web services, adding more artwork, controlling your lights, and much much more.

With UPnP compatibility you can stream to and from any other Kodi instances and play to other UPnP compatible devices in your home with ease. Have one UPnP master device and use other Kodi instances as clients which automatic keeps you watched status and library up-to-date. You can also now import from uPnp sources to synchronize your data inside instances of Kodi.

Features:
Music
Kodi can play all your music including mp3, flac, wav and wma formats. It has cue sheet, tag reading support and smart playlists for ultimate control of your music collection.

Movies
Kodi can do Movies too! Supporting all the main video formats including streamable online media, Kodi can import, browse and play your Movie collection with ease.

TVShows
The TVShows library supports episode and season views with posters or banners, watched tags, show descriptions and actors. Great for keeping track of your progress.

Pictures
Import pictures into a library and browse the different views, start a slideshow, sort or filter them all using your remote control.

PVR
Kodi allows you to watch and record live TV all from the GUI interface. It works with a number of popular backends including MediaPortal, MythTV, NextPVR, Tvheadend and many more.

Add-Ons
The real power of Kodi comes from the vast selection of user created Add-ons that are available though our repositories. There are Add-Ons for popular web services, applications and scripts. See which ones are currently available: Add-ons

Skin
Kodi allows you to complete change the whole appearance of the GUI interface. Due to the highly customisable skinning engine you are almost able to change every aspect of it’s looks and feel. By utilising different colours, images and menu structures you can create a stunning interface that matches your needs as a complete entertainment or information platform.

UPnP
With UPnP compatibility you can stream to and from any other Kodi instances and play to other UPnP compatible devices in your home with ease. Have one UPnP master device and use other Kodi instances as clients which automatic keeps you watched status and library up-to-date. You can also now import from uPnp sources to synchronize your data inside instances of Kodi.

Web Interfaces
Interact with Kodi using its JSON-RPC based remote interface. This brings loads of possibilities for remote controls, web browsers and 3rd party tools to take Kodi to the next level.

Remote Controls
With support for hundreds of remote controls, CEC-compatible TVs, or one of the new Smartphone and Tablet Apps, Kodi allows you to control your media your way.

What’s NEW:

  • Button maps for controllers completed
  • Improved playback on Android video and DTS-HD audio
  • Revamped music library to read metadata instead of just file name.
  • Live TV overhaul – Need a USB or network tuner such as HDHomeRun.
  • Xbox One Support
  • More standardized Android code: Now includes leanback search integration and Google Assistant voice integration
  • Better remote and controller support
  • Revamped video player support
  • Digital Rights Management (DRM) support for login and subscription based DRM services.
  • Libretro API added for full game client support. Libretro is the most popular backend for classic game emulators and inclusion into Kodi will open up a whole world of users who can emulate old games within the Kodi interface. Setup can be tricky for beginner users, so we are interested to see how each setup is on Kodi, particularly getting your game controllers (including Playstation and Xbox) to work.
  • Improvements to nearly all backend PVR clients supported by Kodi including FilmOn, HDHomeRun ArgusTV, and others. This should mean better menus, feel, and look for viewing live TV channels via an over-the-air tuner.
  • Improvements made to Inputstream clients, which improve network streaming protocols. This should hopefully open the door to creating native Kodi addons for online streaming services such as Sling TV, Youtube TV, and other live IPTV sources.
  • Better Bluetooth support. This should allow controllers, remotes, keyboard, mouse, and other accessories better access to control Kodi.
  • Speech-to-text and recommendations support on Android TV. This should allow Kodi to better integrate into the Android backend and be included in the recommendation tiles that come standard on newer Android devices (such as the nVidia Shield).
  • Improved Python based  web scraper support.
  • Added game client addons for many popular third-party game consoles
  • Added new PVR clients for Zattoo Box, Teleboy, and Seldovanitv.
  • Added ability to inspect addon dependencies before installing
  • Added addons for game controllers and peripherals
  • Audio engine improvements

Another couple of months have passed since we last pushed out a release, and so, in our ongoing efforts to produce the best media software in the world, it’s time to squash another few of those more irritating bugs. Usual rules apply: don’t expect any new features, don’t think that this will change your life, it won’t make you richer or more attractive, but it will hopefully be more stable and usable for people who’ve been victims of any of these bugs.

So, what have we done? Well, you can find a full summary of closed pull requests here, but the summary would be…

Interface
Fix Missing text when sorting from inside addon
Clear/save focus-history when leaving window with focus on parent folder item
Picture slideshow fixes (Estuary)
Subscribe to controller install events (games)
Fix radio button text length (Estuary)
Fix season/episode formatting for video addons (video)
Don’t consider display mode ids constant (Android)

Playback/Display
Fix PlayMedia builtin for playlists (.strm) and “artists” smart playlists (music)
Fix PlayMedia builtin for smart playlists and playlists (music)
FFmpeg: Bump to 4.0.4-Leia-18.4
Load program from stream property without using streaminfo (video)
Fix initialization of AVD3D11VAContext structure (video, Windows)
Fix TS resume point, related to PR16314 (video)
Fixed memory leak, fixed segfault (video, Linux)
Fix PAPlayer to handle passthrough for TrueHD (audio)

PVR
Fix component dependencies
PVRRecordings: Prevent concurrent calls to video database

Other/General fixes
Use first protocol from add-on in add network dialog
Use exact matching for protocol in file+dir factories
Use of absolute paths in combination with hosts in URLs
Fix file times for vfs addons
Fix + sign HTTP folder
Corrections to filesystem CircularCache initialization and termination
Controller fixes
Delete stream details when video info is refreshed
Do not attempt to further resolve plugin paths for failing entries
Revert “fixed: We should always update stream details from player…”

 

 

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