Hi Marko,

have you tried the xineliboutput plugin together with vdr-sxfe on the headless
box? It basically gives you a remote VDR display including the OSD. The
downside is, the DVD needs to be in the VDR PC in the different room... which
may not be what you want. 

(And yes, a simple headless solution that can access the headless VDR player's 
or Blu-Ray drive would be nifty ... NBD comes to my mind.) 

On Sat, Feb 01, 2014 at 10:42:49PM +0200, Marko Mäkelä wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a minimal setup consisting of an old PC sitting in a
> different room, and a Samsung SmartTV in the living room. We rarely
> watch any DVDs in my family, so we do not have any dedicated DVD
> player.
> I used to use a DVD player plugin when the VDR PC was in the living
> room, attached to a TV, but I would prefer to have a mostly-headless
> setup (the VDR PC is only hooked to a VGA monitor, no sound output
> at the moment).
> I checked both the Streamdev plugin and the SmartTV plugin, but
> neither seem to support DVDs at the moment:
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/projects/plg-streamdev/
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/projects/plg-smarttvweb/
> I wonder if there is any easy solution to stream the contents of a
> disk in the DVD drive of the VDR PC over the local CAT5e cabling. I
> guess that an alternative solution could be to transcode the DVD
> into MPEG PS files, which could presumably be viewed on or streamed
> from VDR.
> Best regards,
>       Marko
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You have a truly strong individuality.

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