[kwlug-disc] Streaming Media Player for Web TV

Colin Mackay zixiekat at gmail.com
Thu May 3 11:27:42 EDT 2012


That's how my wife feels when I get into this stuff.  Canada on Demand is a
good system, but it's lacking a maintainer.  andre_pl on GitHub started the
plugin and howlett started working with it last November when andre_pl had
to stop, but there's been no communications back from howlett on GitHub in
regards to it's future.

I'm hoping someone picks it up, or howlett updates it.  It's a great
plugin, but it's all written in Python and I know nothing of Python.

On Thu, May 3, 2012 at 11:07 AM, Jason Locklin <locklin.jason at gmail.com>wrote:

> On Thu, 2012-05-03 at 10:51 -0400, Colin Mackay wrote:
> > I do this on a daily basis with XMBC, librtmp and the XBMC plugin:
> > Canada on Demand.  This is how I 'cut the cord'...
>
> Holy crap, I had no idea someone finally made a Canadian plug-in! Thanks
> so much for posting this! my productivity this evening is officially
> ruined :-)
>
> >
> > One other thing to consider, is to toss up an antenna and see what you
> > can pull in.  From K/W, you should be able to get Global (HD), CTV
> > (HD) and CityTV (HD) with an indoor antenna.
>
> CityTV may be difficult to pick up with an indoor antenna, but you
> should be able to get TVO (ch28). All day 1080i kids programming plus
> nature docs at night is handy if you have kids around.I use my XBMC
> machine to PVR off the antenna using mythBackend.
>
>
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