[vdr] Another viable VDR front end

Hawes, Mark MARK.HAWES at au.fujitsu.com
Thu Nov 5 03:04:28 CET 2009

No - no VDR OSD support, so perhaps not that viable for those that want
the VDR OSD.
However, the MG800 has its own OSD which is user configurable so for
example you can configure a menu entry to call Streamdev requesting a
particular channel and streamdev obliges, which will also then move a
dish if required.
The mg800 OSD also allows you to browse you network so I can for example
browse and select a .ts file from a VDR recording in VDRs video
directory. When it reaches the end of the file it will automatically
play the next file in the directory if configured to do so. This works
well but is not quite as seamless as in VDR.



Mark Hawes


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