[mythtv-users] MythTV and Harmony remotes
paul.woodward at gmail.com
Mon Jun 20 22:06:42 UTC 2005
Is it smart enough to let you switch between modules without all the
keypresses? e.g. from TV to music?
On 6/20/05, Peter Lee <peteratcmu at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/20/05, Nate Thompson <nightstrm at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone is using one of the Logitech Harmony remotes
> > with their MythTV box, and if so, what the easiest way to configure it
> > is. I noticed that they have included MythTV as a manufacturer in
> > their online remote database, but I'm assuming that you'd need the
> > comparable LIRC config files as well for it to work. I'm planning on
> > picking up one of the new Harmony 880 remotes soon, but am hoping to
> > find out the best way to get things configured would be.
> > Thanks for any info,
> > Nate
> Hi, Nate.
> Yes, I have one of the Harmony remotes. I can't quite remember which
> model, but it is one of the lower-priced ones, designed specifically
> for controlling pvr's.
> Anyway, to answer your question, the mythtv configuration that is
> included sets up the IR codes to match those of the remote that comes
> with the Hauppauge pvr-250/350. So, if you are using those
> capture/encoder cards, then setting up the Harmony is a snap.
> Personally, I'm not really sold on the Harmony. I find the buttons to
> be a little bit spongy feeling and the writing on them to be too small
> for my old eyes to read. But my family loves it. After having gone
> through several programmable remote solutions, the Harmony is the one
> that my wife and son always want to use. And it was definitely the
> easiest one to set up, which is impressive given its great
> functionality and features.
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