I've used both, and xineliboutput is arguably easier to get working as you
only need the standard xine-lib for your repo, but....
I've chosen over the years to use vdr-xine as it seems to give the most
options to change the front end, as it uses the standard one. I start it
xine --no-splash -Bfpqg -r anamorphic -V
--post vdr_video --post vdr_audio vdr://tmp/vdr-xine/stream#demux:mpeg_pes
> /dev/null 2>&1
It's served me well for 5 years...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauri Tischler" <l...@iki.fi>
To: "VDR Mailing List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 29, 2009 9:42 PM
Subject: Re: [vdr] Best practices for running vdr-xine
> VDR User wrote:
>> On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 1:20 PM, Simon Baxter <linu...@nzbaxters.com>
>>> I've recently taken a different approach altogether.
>>> I use MyMediaSystem (mms) as the "front end" to my pvr for dvd, movies,
>>> pictures, music, weather, radio etc etc and TV. When you select TV, it
>>> launches vdr-xine.
>>> I wanted a high quality graphical (open-gl) look - and the ability to
>>> music playlists while cycling through my photo collection.
>>> VDR, vdr-xine and mms seem to work very well together too....
>> Interesting. Do you have a howto for this? I'm sure I know some guys
>> who would like to try it as an alternative to xbmc+VDR.
> Has anybody made some kind of pros and cons analysis between
> vdr-xine and xineliboutput.
> Which is better or are they just different ?
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