To quote: "3.2 is finally done. The changes from 3.1.228 is mostly bug fixes for multi-channel audio and video playback.
For a grand total of what was made in 3.2. See here:
Bug #259: Overscan compensation should only affect user interface
Bug #435: [Linux] segfault when adding bookmark
Bug #468: Youtube HD Video Playback don't work h.264 Level 4.0
Bug #480: m2ts video blocking
Bug #580: Seeking not working and MKV problem in version 2.99.517
Bug #588: Playqueue does not trig pagination from source model
Bug #589: Keyboard typing problem
Bug #594: MKV PROBLEM in newer Versions Found!
Bug #598: Controls disappear after seeking scene
Bug #599: Overlay white writing in reproduce time: "Media loaded"
Bug #601: Playing MP4 files contained H.264+MP3 content will be freezed.
Bug #614: MKV 1080p (H264+AC3) TOO slow (~4 FPS)
117w ago - Today PlayStation 3 homebrew developer Andreas Oman has officially updated Showtime PS3 Media Player to version 3.1.228, which now includes multichannel audio output on the PlayStation 3 console.
To quote: Another release. This build adds support for multichannel audio output on PS3 (AC-3, DTS and 8 channel linear PCM). Note that due to how the PS3 audio frameworks applications can not output raw digital bitstreams.
So Showtime still needs to decode the audio and than the PS3 will reencode the audio in the best available encoding mode the user has selected (or don't do any encoding at all if 8 channel PCM is available)
Still this is a major step compared to having just 2 channel stereo.
For all you who roll your own builds of Showtime, please note that you need latest version of my PSL1GHT fork for Showtime to build.
I've also fixed a major memory leak that manifested itself when rendering fonts with outline (which is default for subtitles). So if you watched a movie with...