Hi, Am Samstag, den 11.07.2009, 17:29 +0200 schrieb Carsten Koch: > Can anyone summarize the differences between xxv and vdradmind?
xxv key benefits are * easy extendible perl framework * scaleable to control one or many VDRs, with one interface * multiple interfaces - HTML over HTTPD, - XML over HTTPD, - JSON/TXT over HTTPD, and as proof of concept - WAP (rudimentary functional), - TELNET, - SOAP * many skins (html/xstyle/snow/stone/blue/-_flat/...) see also new skin jason as RIA *1) * Core feature - searchable, sortable EPG (Electronic programming guide) - view and edit timer, recording, channels, autotimer - remote control and monitor video signal - integrated live tv streaming (need streamdev plugin) - stream recordings over HTTP for internal browser plugins (with start seeking) or alternative as playlist over SMB/NFS for external players - view list of recordings with preview images - adjustable user access level/roles - autotimer administrable without dependency to any vdr plugin * many nice additional feature, like - display own or muggle music database with audio streaming - display teletext pages from osdteletext-plugin - Community feature as shared data "most programmed EPG events" - Media library to manages media like DVDs, VCD, etc. - event system for rss feed, mail notification - gathering of system data, display as charts - chronicle with collected data about taked recordings - add tags or keywords to autotimer, timer, recordings - resolv timer conficts, automated move timer between channels or differents VDR ... *1) JASON was created as rich internet application, to enhance usability. e.g. search episodes => select your choices => one click to program all selected episodes as timers, just a native application. http://xxv.berlios.de/images/stories/screenshots/xxv-1.4/xxv-jason-pe.jpg http://xxv.berlios.de/images/stories/screenshots/xxv-1.4/xxv-jason.jpg Andreas _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr