[mythtv-users] youtube Integration
i.adore.my.64 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 15:57:10 UTC 2008
2008/11/19 Matt Emmott <memmott at gmail.com>:
> On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 10:00 AM, C.T. Paterson <i.adore.my.64 at gmail.com>
>> I have an inelegant solution, in that you can access videos that have
>> been marked as favorites and marked as playlists, by an RSS feed
>> provided through http://referd.info/. Then in mythStream, subscribe
>> to the RSS feed.
>> This doesn't represent full integration, but it has meant that when I
>> mark a video as a favorite - I can then watch it on the TV in all of
>> it's blurry glory.
>> Of course, now that YouTube has a Monty Python channel, I need to
>> figure out how to get channels to work...
> I also have an inelegant solution that requires a separate Windows box.
> Install PlayOn (http://www.themediamall.com/playon) on a Windows machine on
> your local network. It's a uPNP server that acts as a conduit to YouTube,
> Netflix, etc. Then connect to PlayOn from Myth (ok, I've never done this but
> from what I hear it can talk to uPNP sources), and browse through YouTube
> Monty Python channel? I had not heard of this! Thanks!
I only heard about it today...for the moment, I think I can more or
less get the contents of the channel by subscribing to the RSS that
lists the videos uploaded by a user;
That might be just as good...I don't entirely grok how "channels" work
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