Re: IS there a working UPnP-AV/DLNA support for VDR?
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> i am still working on it. I have a feature reuqest for the vdr dlna server. I bought a tv and fast forwarding through the dlna is terribly slow (tried minidlna) and there are no "skip one minute" or "goto hh:mm" etc. functionality at all. Skipping minute forward, backward and "goto hh:mm" like vdr does could be implemented in the dlna server. Then the user could send these commands to te server which would do the skipping (its easy when we have the vdr index files). Of course controlling can't be done with the dlna client remote control and doing this with multiple dlna clients is not so simple (need separate remote control for each client, etc). Another idea: Vdr in a cheap computer that is not able to decode and deinterlace the video properly. Connect a dlna cabable tv to the dvi output of the computer and the tv to the same network as the computer. Then it will be possible to create a cDlnaDevice that will draw osd on an X11 window and send all video to the dlna client. If the tv is remote controllable through serial port or ethernet then switching from video to osd and back could be automatic. Of course it wouldn't be osd any more, but menus could be used anyway. Unfortunately subtitles wouldn't work at all unless the tv supported them. _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list vdr@xxxxxxxxxxx http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr
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