XBMC 12.1 Supports Full Resolution on iPhone 5, iOS 6 on Apple TV 2

XBMC 12.1 Supports Full Resolution on iPhone 5, iOS 6 on Apple TV 2

Posted by · 12072 views · Translate
XBMC 12.1 has been released bring support for full resolution on the iPhone 5, player optimization on the Raspberry Pi, iOS 6 support of the AppleTV 2, and more.

About a month and a half after the release of XBMC 12.0, we are happy to announce XBMC 12.1 with substantial fixes for 12.0 across all platforms.

What's New In This Version:
● XBMC now supports using OSX's default output device for audio as well as hardware decoding with Intel GPUs in OSX
● XBMC for Linux no longer hogs audio and audio on resume will continue to work in Linux
● Full resolution is now enabled iPhone 5
● Volume buttons on Android devices Android now control volume, rather than XBMC volume
● Volume buttons on OSX OSX volume control devices once again, rather than XBMC volume
● Player optimization on the Raspberry Pi, Including more December efficient playback, better subtitle support, and many crash fixes
● iOS 6 support on the AppleTV 2.
● XBMC does not crash When listed on the top shelf AppleTV
● Added support for additional Xbox 360 controller types
● Broader and more intelligent support for CEC devices
● Fixed problems with several addons to two broken binary read / write in our python interface
● Language fixes, Including 7 new languages: Albanian, Burmese, Malay, Persian (Iran), Tamil (India), Uzbek, Vietnamese
● AirPlay fixes, Including making discovery of more December reliable XBMC on OSX
● Numerous crashing and stability fixes across all platforms

It's highly recommended that you update to XBMC 12.1. You can find downloads and instructions at the link below...

Read More

XBMC 12.1 Supports Full Resolution on iPhone 5, iOS 6 on Apple TV 2
abdi - December 8, 2013 at 11:49pm
Casper - February 26, 2014 at 8:27pm
Rdgcrew - March 19, 2013 at 8:34pm
Hi, I have updated and now i cant add plugins... I add them by zip files and then they dont appear in the 'get more', where it use to be.. Any help?
Me69 - March 19, 2013 at 11:13pm
How did you add them? are you using Terminal ssh? I use Cyber duck much easier. Also when you download those zip files make sure you R holding the shift on your keyboard ,otherwise they are not going to work. I use XBMCHUB wizard .It configures your APT2 lots easier.
Rdgcrew - March 20, 2013 at 8:36am
I use the xbmc on ipad so is used to just download it , open it with ifile and then add it on xbmc...