Re: Wanted VDR xineliboutput client
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I use it only for web browsing, vdr-client (with vdr-xineliboutput)and music listening purposes and for that kind of things the device works like a charm. With SD material the cpu load is about 10-20 %, when I have VDPAU support enabled. (I think it was about 60-80% without VDPAU.)
I made the small case myself and have I have 12" fan running in it in the slowest speed and the case/cpu/gpu temperatures remains under 50 c.
Suspend/resume works ok at least with Mandriva 2010.2. (I have configured from the gnome control center the device to suspend if nobody is using it for 3 hours)
The only problem I have at the moment is a good infrared or bt remote controller for the device. I currently have Ione Scorpius P20 keyboard with internal mouse, but it's quality is not very good. I have considered of switching it to prodige NanoX or some USB/infrared remote if somebody could suggest a good one...
Mika On 10/16/2011 02:02 PM, JJussi wrote:
Hi! Any suggestions for small, powerful, quiet, FullHD VDR client? So, I search machine what would act as VDR-client, using xineliboutput with FullHD resolution and machine would have DVI or HDMI connection + optical audio. Of course remote control is needed too! ;-) -- JJussi _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list vdr@xxxxxxxxxxx http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr
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