Disponible para descargar la versión oficial Kodi 21 Omega Alpha1. El software en estado Alpha es muy inestable y es recomendable usarlo solo como curiosidad.
Como podemos ver si instalamos la versión Kodi 21 Omega los cambios a nivel estético son pocos y parece una versión bastante continuista en este aspecto. En todo caso tenemos versiones disponibles para Windows en compilaciones 32 y 64bit además de las compilaciones para Android en formato ARM V7A de mayor compatibilidad y ARM V8A para Shield TV o similares. En los siguientes meses esta versión irá evolucionando e informaremos al respecto con sus novedades.
- Para mayor compatibilidad con add-ons siempre podemos VOLVER A KODI 19.5.
Descarga Kodi 21 Omega Alpha1
NOTA DESCARGA: hay navegadores que bloquean la descarga de EXE y APK, utilizar botón derecho “Guardar enlace como“, luego en el icono de descarga del navegador o pulsando CONTROL+J, activar Permitir descarga o Descargar en el menú.
Descargar Kodi 21 Omega Alpha1 para Android
- Descarga apk para Kodi v21 Omega Alpha1 para Android 32 bit ARM V7A compatible en todos los TV-Box.
- Descarga apk para Kodi v21 Omega Alpha1 para Android 64 bit ARM V8A solo SoC’s de NVidia, Realtek y algunos Rockchip.
- Como instalar un APK en Android, desde USB o enviando APK desde tu móvil.
Descargar Kodi 21 Omega Alpha1 para Windows
- Descarga instalador Kodi v21 Omega Alpha1 para Windows 64 bit, recomendada para cualquier PC.
- Descarga instalador Kodi v21 Omega Alpha1 para Windows 32 bit, dispositivos muy antiguos.
- Instalar Addons en KODI, quia paso a paso y trucos adicionales.
- Evitar el efecto Judder, evita los saltos de imagen durante reproducción.
- Sonido multicanal en Android y Windows, sonido HD en tu casa.
Lista de cambios Kodi 21 Omega
- Build support for GCC13 has been fixed by some users. This allows Kodi to be built on newer toolchains that refactored some header inclusions.
- Some general version bumps have been made for an assortment of dependencies for Android/Apple/CI platforms. Thanks @craigcarnell, @fuzzard.
- @lrusak has endeavoured to improve the way some of the Android/Apple/CI dependency systems work and handle different states.
- @Rechi has fixed a few cmake deprecations and pkgconfig detection issues.
- Some new contributors noted some of our contributing guideline documentation was lacking. A few people have helped contribute to hopefully make them more helpful/informative.
- @fixthething has updated some of the Ubuntu build documentation to reflect some modern package names used in more recent Ubuntu versions.
- Use upstream FFmpeg. This is a big achievement and allows easier FFmpeg updates in the future.
- Update to version 6.0. This puts us inline with the latest FFmpeg release. Compatibility with 5.1.x has been retained for Linux distro support.
- With the introduction of NFSv4 support, a number of issues were quickly discovered by users. @thexai has fixed a many of these, such as timeouts/chunk size defaults for NFSv4.
- @repojonray has provided a number of general fixes/improvements to various areas to address e.g. memory leaks and performance improvements.
- Modernisation of several areas of Kodi have been undertaken by a number of developers. A lot of this work will go unseen by users, however it’s helping to make Kodi’s huge amount of code more maintainable for the future. @lrusak, @neo1973 , @repojohnray, @enen92, @Rechi .
- Add setting to disable screensaver while playing audio.
- @DeltaMikeCharlie has contributed some improvements to the UX regarding date format options.
- Improvements are continually being made to the Retroplayer ecoystem by several devs/users. Thanks to @KOPRajs, @garbear .
- genre has been added to the
- Add support for reading (and writing) M3U8 playlist files. This provides support for non-ASCII characters in the playlist files (UTF-8 character support).
- Improved Dolby Vision detection and compatibility: implemented support of DV in MKV containers, better handling of different DV profiles with fallback to HDR10 when is possible and display is not DV capable. For some devices, we can now also support hardware tone mapping DV profiles 4, 5 to SDR. Supported profiles vary on different Android devices: for example, the 2019 Shield supports profiles 4, 5, 7, 8 in DV and fallback to HDR10 (profiles 7, 8) but not HW tone mapping to SDR. Similarly, the Fire TV Stick doesn’t supports profile 7 although it does support HW tone mapping of profile 5 to SDR (profiles 4, 5, 8 are supported with DV display).
- Implemented minimise shutdown function in Power Saving settings.
- Multiple small internal improvements and use of newer Android APIs to replace deprecated ones.
- @joseluismarti is slowly improving/updating a number of Android-specific features that enable the project to stay up to date with Google Play Store submission requirements.
- Support for Channel Up/Down keys when using the iPhone Apple TV Remote app connected to an Apple TV has been added.
- Fix implementation to work properly with AudioEngine.
- Add support for passthrough formats. This includes HD audio formats like DTS-HD and TrueHD.
- Add support for libdisplay-info to help parse EDID information and determine display capabilities.
- @enen92 has been slowly but surely improving lots of the macOS native windowing implementation (mouse, resizing, menu bar, shortcut key handling, etc.) that was introduced in Nexus. The official macOS builds do not use this functionality at this point, but with enen92’s work, we are inching closer to using it as our default for v21.
- macOS CD/DVD drive handling has been fixed. This also allows M1-based machines to read disks correctly.
- Minimum Windows supported version has been raised to Windows 8.1.
- If they’re available, we will now use displays’ friendly names in settings (e.g.
"LG TV #1").
- Added a setting to use the Windows HDR/SDR brightness balance setting for GUI and subtitles when the display is in HDR PQ mode, and also improved the curve of internal method GUI SDR max peak luminance.
- Improved read performance over SMB in some special cases, e.g. playing full Blu-ray folders.
- Improved graphics compatibility and fallback to enable running in some limited VM hardware (Hyper-V) even without video decoding support.
- Various improvements in DXVA render method to avoid incompatibilities in old hardware or Windows 8, especially in the case of sources with BT.2020 colour space.
- Implemented support for DXVA2 AV1 hardware video decoding 8-bit and 10-bit.
- Specific SDK requirements for building UWP packages have been removed to allow the use of newer SDKs from Visual Studio.
- Fix security issues discovered regarding image EXIF metadata. Further fixes were also backported from the upstream EXIF data parsing library that is in use in Kodi.
- Add possibility to sort channel groups to your liking.
- Some fixes to regressions in Settings visibility have been made.
- The display of MKV files containing text subtitle entries without the duration set on the Matroska block were fixed, retaining Kodi v19 behaviour. This includes the teletext autoconversion to srt done in PVR backends (e.g. tvheadend).
- Fixed setting of subtitle offset when auto-close video OSD is set.
- @CastagnaIT has continued to support/fix issues with the new subtitle system as they are reported.
- Improved compatibility with official smart TV applications when displaying and browsing served UPnP Kodi libraries.
- Fix artwork when playing/refreshing UPnP items.