Interesting! My preference for USB sticks is that they run a lot easier than HDDs which need more power to spin - maybe it's best I just stick to sold-state memory of some sort as I'd be loath to damage either my Nvidia or and HDDs.Windhoek: I would suggest go easy on connecting a USB direct to the Nvidia Shiled if you want to use it as more storage to read and write to/from. There have been many reports on destroyed thumd drives when connected as internal storage, they simply aren’t made for that kinds of speed transfers and data volumes, they said. Nvidia suggest that if you want to add on more storage, rather use an SSD or flashdrive instead because they are built for higher speeds. Or do use a NAS for that purpose, I have connected a NAS with four slots of 4tb discs via LAN to the Shield, works like a charm. More on this on Nvidia Shields forum.
One would think but if there is they're hiding it pretty well. I'm sure that's a targeted feature though, clearly it is needed.Maybe there’s an add-on setting to prefer Multichannel like the Foobar component?
ISO's aren't showing up for me with beta 2. Added source folder, under files, for image iso's, created shortcut to favorites, browsed to favorites, browsed to iso folder, no iso's are showing.SACD ISO and Multichannel playback in Kodi 19 Beta 2 confirmed by a user on the Kodi forum today on Windows.
The add-on zip didn't install and considering it is something I won't use, I am not going to mess with it. With PlexKodiConnect, stuff like this can't be added to my library anyways.