[mythtv-users] Cell Phones - Remote Control or Display Device preferred - please vote!
frenchmythtv at free.fr
Mon Nov 23 20:37:00 UTC 2009
I have installed a frontend on my neo freerunner phone (debian based
I am not able to watch live TV yet (hardware not power full, need to
transcode before), but I can program TV recording and use front end menus.
Richard Morton a écrit :
> If I had to choose; a remote control that used the benefits of the
> touchscreen device. Showing information on the device and completing actions
> based on choices, not simply up down left right volume skip and select
> This is a stepping stone to being able to use the device as a frontend as
> well when the backend supports on the fly transcoding.
> This could mostly be supported in a end-point (tablet device) independant
> way by implelementing multiple upnp sub-standards... media controlpoint and
> media renderer.
> There seems to me that there are many mobile platforms worth supporting, rim
> blackberry, apple itouch, android, symbian and even windows mobile. All
> these platforms surely have upnp clients or media players that support upnp.
> Once that was in place building a webfrontend overlay could provide a
> consistent interface. This was proposed to me by a developer and although a
> slightly complex architecture it is based on standards and therefore would
> enable so many devices and allow the solution to be built in stages with
> incremental benefits as components are released.
> P.s. I write all this but I am sure my view is well understood by many, I
> don't mean to annoy, it is just something I am passionate about.
> Please excuse brevity and mistakes, this email was composed on a mobile
> Thanks and regards,
> Richard Morton
> On 22 Nov 2009 20:17, "Johnny Walker" <johnnyjboss at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 22, 2009, at 12:06 PM, Byron Poland <wpoland at gmail.com> wrote: > On
> Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 2:5...
> Sweet - thanks
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