[mythtv-users] Small, low cost MythTV clients...
ignasiak at gmail.com
Thu May 3 00:58:09 UTC 2007
On 5/2/07, stuart <stuart at xnet.com> wrote:
> Hi Todd...
> Todd Ignasiak wrote:
> > On 5/2/07, stuart <stuart at xnet.com> wrote:
> >> A) I ask because you added a page specifically for UPNP clients. I
> >> would eventually like to see native MythTV support on the galaxy. That
> >> may go on a different page. However, to make matters confusing, there
> >> is already a "Choosing Frontend Hardware" page and on that one there are
> >> thin clients similar to the galaxy.
> > Native Myth would be great, but that seems like a big challenge. If
> > a development effort like that kicked off, it would definitely merit
> > its own page(s).
> Well, the MediaMVP w/mvpmc.org software is, I believe, using native
> MythTV protocol. I think Happauge still makes it.
Yeah, that's a nice option. I don't know how open the hardware was,
to allow for that. A similar effort with an HD device would be great.
> > Have you ever checked out MythRoku? It's the closest I have seen to a
> > native myth media player. Of course, the HD1000 hardware is out of
> > production, and I'm not sure if development is continuing... but it's
> > still really cool:
> > http://forums.rokulabs.com/viewtopic.php?t=10517&start=120&postdays=0&postorder=asc
> Not extensively - I thought these things had power supply problems. The
> above link is just a forum. Is this a mature effort with it's own web page?
Yeah, I have heard of some power supply problems, and MythRoku is a
third party project, not Roku official. I was a bit surprised to see
recent development in that thread.. I had thought the project dead,
but apparently someone picked it up.
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