[mythtv] uPnP support in 0.20
james_lee31 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 11 23:58:18 UTC 2006
Thanks for the reply. I'll install mythtv 0.20 and give it a go to see if it works. Is there anywhere you'd recommend to look for rampup info on uPnP other than the docs on the official upnp forum site?
And is there anywhere other than the code that I should look to see which bits of the spec have and haven't been implemented?
> From: MythTV at TheBlains.net
> To: james.lee at cantab.net; mythtv-dev at mythtv.org
> Subject: RE: [mythtv] uPnP support in 0.20
> Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 19:35:11 -0400
> > Hi there,
> > I've noticed that some form of uPnP support has gone in to
> > Mythtv with 0.20. I'm not clear from the release notes and
> > looking through trac exactly what is possible with this so
> > far, and what devices are supported at the moment. There's
> > three listed at the moment - does that just mean that others
> > haven't been tested - would one expect other uPnP-compliant
> > devices to "just work"?
> > I'm interested because I've got a Pinnacle Showcenter 200
> > lying around and was wondering whether I could use this as at
> > least a basic frontend for mythtv - something to be able to
> > play existing recordings/mythvideo files/music. Is this
> > doable currently? If not, then is it something that would be
> > reasonably straightforward to add (if so then I might be
> > interested in helping out...).
> > Thanks for any replies, and keep up the good work,
> > James
> The implementation included in 0.20 has only been tested with the devices
> listed in trac. It's not a totally compliant implementation yet, however,
> if you are lucky enough to have a device that does "just work", you will be
> able to do the following:
> * Browse and play recorded TV shows.
> * Browse and play Music.
> That is all the features currently available. I am planning a more complete
> upnp stack as well as more features. However, as I stated in a previous
> e-mail, it may take some time before I can do more work on it.
> Any help coding and/or testing is always welcome.
> David B.
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