ryan.goat at gmail.com
Wed Jan 17 20:51:42 UTC 2007
I think there is very little interest in what you are talking about.
Dedicated frontend systems work perfectly fine with linux. How would a
windows version improve on the linux version?
Personally I think the application frontend interface (like mythtv player)
is perfect for interfacing a windows desktop PC to a mythtv backend. The
problem with playing recordings over a samba share is the loss of the
flagged commercial skipping ability (which mythtv player is able to do).
On 1/17/07, raphael <rpooser at gmail.com> wrote:
> ryan patterson wrote:
> > Check out Mythtv player: http://www.sudu.dk/mythtvplayer/
> > It works with mythtv .20 for playback for not live TV or scheduling
> > recordings (yet).
> At the risk of someone telling me "gee, why don't you go do it then?",
> why hasn't anyone made a 10ft UI for mythfrontend on windows yet?
> These players like winmyth and mythtvplayer seem to be geared towards
> someone who is sitting directly in front of a monitor using a keyboard
> and mouse. In truth, dsmyth plus mapping a network drive seems to work
> just as well for me. A 10ft interface would be much better on the other
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