Re: [ANNOUNCE] VDR developer version 1.7.24
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On 02/28/2012 03:49 PM, syrius.ml@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Eric Valette<Eric.Valette@xxxxxxx> writes:On 02/28/2012 03:08 PM, Gero wrote:... but it's not that dau-proof than vdr-distributions like linVDR or yaVDR, so I think it could be a good template for future vdr-development, but not serve as a vdr-replacement.Well openelec distrib does have means to use tvheadend...At least I think, that OSD is a must have.I prefer to have it in a front end that is able to manage a sophisticated remote correctly.what do you use as a frontend ? xbmc, showtime ?
I use XBMC in general, but may also use mplayer or vlc using the http streaming URL from the web GUI.
is it possible to have multiple independant osd ?
You mean not on the same machine right?
i like the xine and xinelibouput plugins way a lot, on my laptop no need to install a huge (and sometimes bloaty) media center, just have to run xine or vdr-sxfe and it comes with tv+osd+remote.
The tvheadend HTSP streaming library is really thin. I guess integrating it is like integrating a streamdev client/vnsi client.
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