[vdr] VDR on Raspberry Pi
vdr at pickles.me.uk
Mon Oct 1 09:21:53 CEST 2012
On 30/09/12 23:04, Laurence Abbott wrote:
> On 30 September 2012 19:50, Dave<vdr at pickles.me.uk> wrote:
>> I'm using VOMP on Raspberry Pi as my main output device. The OSD is still
>> work-in-progress but all the VOMP features are working and TV quality is
>> fine (though I haven't used HD yet).
> Oooo...interesting. I'm currently using an Ion ITX board for my
> front-end using xineliboutput. It works but the frontend needs
> restarting many times a day which gets a tad annoying! I at m very
> tempted to sort something else out and at 25-quid or so, a Raspberry
> Pi sounds like it could be my next thing to try!
You also need to buy a licence code to enable the GPU decoder for MPEG-2
at £2.40 (MPEG-4 is already enabled).
> I've got a couple of MediaMVPs that I use occasionally with VOMP but I
> didn't realise much was still being done on the development of it. I
> can't find much on t'internet about VOMP on the Pi, though, apart form
> the git repository and the forum.
> Does VOMP run the same on the Pi as on the MediaMVPs, i.e. totally
> separate frontend with it's own remote? What remote receivers are
It currently uses CEC, ie passthrough from the TV over HDMI, and so uses
the TV's remote. Of course not all TV remotes are the same, and
different TVs have different ideas about which buttons to pass through...
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