bobbob wrote:already using it. trying the client on a raspberry pi combined with DVBlink software and the new mpeg2 codec
bobbob wrote:its not working a a PVR client yet, the PVR branch on xbmc has not been going long i don't think. just play back with basic epg this is the development thread for the PVR client http://dvblogic.com/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=61&t=19703
bobbob wrote:i'm still with WMC for the foreseeable future, i'm actually optimistic about win8. but i may run a xbmc library along side it if i can fine a better low powered device than the pi
JazJon wrote:Well instead of just asking everyone else, maybe it's time I dive in and try one. I got interested in XBMC again recently after setting up my friends Mac Mini for his movie & tv collection.
The biggest hold up testing new PVR software for me in the past was your tuner was dedicated to the PC via PCIe or USB. I didn't want to interrupt a smooth running MCE system. (and miss shows etc)
Now that I have a Network Tuner, I can experiment with something from my laptop on the side. (Ceton 6 ETH) At first glace it seems more weight is thrown behind silicon dust for non MCE PVR's. I'm sure once the DLNA + hardware h264 version of prime comes out even more innovation will occur.
I see 10 PVR choice add-on's in XBMC. I'm going to read around before I pick the first one to try. heck I don't even know if Ceton ETH 6 is supported on anything other than MCE. I don't expect to make the switch any time soon, but I'd like to stay in the loop on what all our choices are, and see the performance and reliability for myself.
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