Jörg Knitter schrieb:
Goga777 schrieb:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Cl70fq7sn8

here's you can have a look on xbmc and integrated in it vdr
Goga

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Maybe this is a trivial question, but how does he switch between XBMC and VDR? AFAIK there is no XBMC mailing list, and I did not find the time to take a closer look in the forums... I have read (and thought) about some little script that switches between XBMC and VDR, and there was one solution mentioned here using LIRC. But the way it is shown on the video it look like a "real" integration.

And why does the VDR state "press any key to cancel shutdown"? I thought that VDR should be running all the time in the background...

Currently, I use the tv-out of the gfx card for XBMC and the tv-out of my FF for VDR, switching simply by selecting a different video input on my amplifier, but with HD, the FF might replaced within the next 12 months.

With kind regards

Joerg Knitter


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Hello!

That's what I have done. I've written a little script which is called from the XBMC scripts section. It basicly starts vdr-sxfe and kills xbmc. After exiting vdr-sxfe xbmc is started again. VDR is running in the background connected with my server in the basement through streamdev. This solution works very good for me.

Greetings
Niko
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