[vdr] vdr + xbmc

serge pecher spe at sdmonv.com
Tue Dec 2 12:41:10 CET 2008


 
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> Date: Mon, 1 Dec 2008 17:48:53 +0100 (CET)
> From: "Niels Wagenaar" n.wagenaar at xs4all.nl
> Subject: Re: [vdr] MythTV Adds Support For NVIDIA VDPAU
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> Op Ma, 1 december, 2008 17:31, schreef Magnus Andersson:
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>>> And from my point of view, MythTV is still not as accesible compared too
>>> for instance Mediaportal or Microsoft MCE. IMHO, the best combo is still
>>> VDR for DVB viewing in combination with XBMC for multimedia viewing. But
>>> then again, this is my oppinion :-)
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Niels Wagenaar
>>>
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>> I agree. Do you have a working script or a good way to switch between
>> xbmc and vdr? There are a few threads about this at
>> http://xbmc.org/forum/ but no good solution. I want to use vdr as I use
>> it today with fast channelswitching and without http connection to
>> streamdev plugin.
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> I use VDR in combination with the Reel HDe and XBMC in Xubuntu 8.10. The
> HDE uses HDMI while XBMC is using the onboard VGA connection. I use two
> remotes : Hauppauge remote for VDR (/dev/input using Remote plugin) and
> MCE Remote for XBMC (lirc). Extremely easy to use and to control.
> 
> If you have a software based output plugin and two remotes, you can use a
> .lirc in combination with irexec which starts vdr-sxfe or XBMC. I've set
> this up for a good friend where his MCE Remote has two perticular buttons
> (LiveTV and DVD) configured for starting two scripts which then starts
> xine or XBMC. He then uses the MCE Remote (minus the two buttons) for XBMC
> and his other remote (Hauppauge) with VDR through the Remote plugin and
> /dev/input location.
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> Oh, and the software based solution has a high WAF according to my friend
:)
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>> /Magnus
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> Regards,
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> Niels Wagenaar
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I did something similar with a logitech universal remote. 
If interrested, take a look at (sorry, in french !):
http://dvbkivabien2.info/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=12774&p=127158&hilit=splinux#p127169

Regards,

SP





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