i also have struggled for this holy grail
xbmc would really be the ideal interface for me (just cant beat this
flexibility - try playing a .bin / .img over a network which is .rar'd -
cant do this on vdr)
i like the xbmc plugins and flexibility, for the most part. :)
for last few months i've been trying xvdr, but i have to say i have mixed
feelings/results on this, and it's not very stable (from my experience)
the deprecated vnsiserver/client has fallen off the radar by now... not
many options other than streamdev/strm files.

i found i kept getting warnings about insufficient buffers with the setting


, so i bumped that up to 35

only other setting i'd suggest re-examining is the


at least on my system, kernel is faster. :)  autodetect should be fine for
this... ?
(it should test all of them)

On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 10:28 AM, Dominic Evans <oldma...@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 9 March 2012 15:11, Jonas Bardino <jo...@bardinosen.dk> wrote:
> > I launch vdr-sxfe with a command that overrides video_num_buffers,
> Thanks for the suggestions. I'll add the buffers cmdline to my
> vdr-sxfe startup. Interesting that you're using xvdr+tcp://localhost
> rather than the default unix pipe. Intentional?
> > The result is still not perfect with occasional glitches but it's not
> > bad and after fighting for months with just getting HD channels
> > running I'm quite happy.
> Yeah its great having HD channels playing and recording. It just makes
> me a little sad that XBMC playback of them is flawless, but with xine
> we seem to have to settle for "only occasionally glitches" ?
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