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Thread: NextPVR Android client now available

  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    Fire TV Box V2 in this case so the processor is MediaTek 8173C. I read something about a way to do the deinterlacing by tunneling to a software decoder. There are Stand alone players that do this (MX Player for one). I do understand that may be too much work for you, but another option might be to allow people to select an external player to use such as MX Player. Essentially the NVPR app would become a front end that build the stream link and then pass it off to another player. Not sure how feasible that is either though.
    I did find some information about enabling tunneling in Exoplayer, but unfortunately it's bad timing for me to try enabling it. I'm pretty snowed under with day job stuff the next a couple of days, then get on a plane to the other side of the world, and back three weeks later.

  2. #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    I did find some information about enabling tunneling in Exoplayer, but unfortunately it's bad timing for me to try enabling it. I'm pretty snowed under with day job stuff the next a couple of days, then get on a plane to the other side of the world, and back three weeks later.
    Hey I get it, the work that pays the bills always has to come first. At least now you have lead to follow should you have the time and want to add deinterlacing to the app. Seriously, thanks for all you do.

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    This app needs to be completely remote friendly if it is going to used on Android TV units.

  4. #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcol View Post
    This app needs to be completely remote friendly if it is going to used on Android TV units.
    You should be able to drive most things from a remote. What issues were you having?

  5. #85
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    it would not be bad a trial version to be able to evaluate if it is worth or not worth paying for the application

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