[vdr] Windows remote client

Alex Betis alex.betis at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 20:31:12 CET 2008


Any ideas if it can decode MPEG4 and playback mp3?

On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 9:14 PM, Gavin Hamill <gdh at acentral.co.uk> wrote:

> On Thu, 2008-11-20 at 21:04 +0200, Alex Betis wrote:
>
> >
> > Thanks. Nice project. I'll try to use it, few questions still bother
> > me.
> > What is MVP that that client was intended to use?
>
> Hauppauge MediaMVP - small hardware device that was supposed to use its
> own Hauppauge Windows software as its 'server' - the vomp plugins allow
> VDR to be the server for these devices.
>
> > Why creating its own GUI and not pass the output of VDR (with all the
> > menus) on the network to the client as VLC and streamdev do it?
> > Maybe the intention was to pass only DVB traffic...
>
> The vomp windows client seems to be a software implementation of the
> MediaMVP hardware, so hence it's using the same protocols :) There is no
> standard method by which to 'pass all the menus on the network'...
>
> > Anyone tried to use the VOMP client as an output device on Linux
> > instead of xine or softdevice?
>
> Yes, works fine. I use it from time to time with a full-featured card.
> Mainly I just stream a single channel with VLC, tho :)
>
> gdh
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