Am 10.02.2016 um 16:58 schrieb VDR User:
>> No, absolutely not. The setup of OpenELEC is much less complicated and
>> dependencies are no problem.
>> The vdr-addon and the vnsi-addon gets installed by some clicks on the remote
>> and a first channel scan
>> needs only some clicks more.
> It's always no problem until something breaks......
>> The raspberry pi has superior HDMI-CEC support that is used automatically by
>> Kodi, so in most cases
>> there is even no need for an IR receiver and an extra remote. The remote of
>> the TV is just enough. That
>> simplifies the setup even more.
> He's not asking about HDMI-CEC so this is irrelevant. Additionally,
> HDMI-CEC support can be very limited on the device end so just because
> a device technically supports it, that doesn't automatically mean you
> can do what you want using HDMI-CEC. And plenty of people like me
> already use multi-device remotes so we don't have to bother with
> configuring HDMI-CEC at all.
>> The topic is about playing .mkv. That is just a container. What about the
>> used codecs? In the upcoming OpenELEC
>> 0.7 there will even be support of H265 on the RPi. The Kodi GUI has no
>> problems with playing 3D content.
>> Is this working with your solution too?
> I use the vdr-mplayer plugin with mpv-player (rather than mplayer).
> Yes, it works great. I've already played plenty of h265 content. I
> don't have a 3D capable card or tv but that works fine too. Very
> simple, very lightweight. Adding Kodi is adding a whole other layer of
> software and it's completely unnecessary. He's asking for something
> very simple, the solution should also be the same. There's no point in
> bloating his system and adding a whole other layer of software on top
> of VDR that he never asked for in the first place. You don't have to
> defend Kodi, I'm not trashing it. Kodi is nice when it's not broken.
> I'm only stating the obvious, that Kodi is absolutely unnecessary to
> give the OP what he's asking for. There is no denying this. And, he
> can decide if he wants to bother adding Kodi to his setup just to play
> mkvs, or if something less extreme makes more sense.
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