[mythtv-users] NetFlix MythTV integration
george.galt at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 22:47:55 UTC 2008
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 5:37 PM, Brad DerManouelian
<myth at dermanouelian.com> wrote:
> On Dec 4, 2008, at 2:23 PM, Kevin Kuphal wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Brad DerManouelian <myth at dermanouelian.com
>> > wrote:
>> I got an email that I can now use NetFlix's Watch Now feature on my
>> Mac. It requires Microsoft's Silverlight plugin. I did a quick search
>> and found the Moonlight project (open source version of Silverlight)
>> So now I'm curious if we can start thinking about a Watch Now feature
>> in MythTV using Moonlight. Any thoughts?
>> The day Netflix announces support for Linux browsers, let us know.
>> Until then, it is a non-starter.
> Since when did we wait for linux to be officially supported before
> using something? If I waited for Linux support to be announced, I
> wouldn't be watching hi-def TV on my myth box right now.
> My thought was that you install Moonlight, rewrite your user agent so
> it thinks you're running Silverlight on a Mac and see how far you get.
> My only real question is if Moonlight was good enough to pretend it's
> silverlight and capture the video stream. What is especially
> encouraging is this line from their website, "Once you install
> Moonlight from the above URL to play video or audio, you will be
> prompted by Moonlight to install the Microsoft Media Pack for
> Moonlight available from Microsoft." Since there is a Microsoft Media
> Pack for Moonlight, I imagine they would include support for their own
> I guess I should have asked, "Any *helpful* thoughts?"
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Seems Boxee got it working under Linux.
I'm not sure how as I don't have their software, but if anyone out
there has it, perhaps they can provide the answer.
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