[vdr] Does anyone see this or is the VDR mailing list broken?

Torgeir Veimo torgeir at pobox.com
Fri Feb 8 12:38:19 CET 2013

The purpose for me would be to run a VDR client on a raspberry pi.
XBMC already runs there and I've used it a bit with VNSI, but until I
can get the native GUI running on XBMC, it's not WAF ready. I assume
whenever libxine is finally able to make use of the hw accelerated
decoding, xinelibplugin will supply what's needed.

On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 9:29 PM, Morfsta <morfsta at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I use XVDR and miss in some ways the plain old Vanilla VDR "GUI".
>> Maybe its possible with configuration, but I would like to "push"
>> XBMC to the background and be able to use all remote keys in XVDR as if I
>> was working natively with VDR, then maybe a single key press to get back to
>> "normal" XBMC functionality. Its a WAF thing.
> Look at yavdr, it provides that but the other way around and for me
> that is preferable as we watch TV / recordings much more than using
> XBMC to listen to music or watch videos.
> You use vanilla VDR as the base, then when you need XBMC you call it
> either via the desktop/mouse or via the VDR menu
> (Applications/Media/XBMC). When you exit XBMC it seamlessly goes back
> into VDR.
> I found that remote control and sound (including AC3 and DTS) work
> seamlessly out of the box now with the latest version.
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