Got a present recently, a discarded O!Play Mini. Looking at the specs, it’s comparable to the HDP-R1 looking at the input/outputs and formats, but nevertheless I will have a look at it, perhaps the gap to the current release 1.16 is … Continue reading
Since my VDR installation provides URLs like http://MyVDRHostname:3000/EXT/ChannelNo access to the live channels, I started using MediaTomb to publish the URLs by UPnP.Continue reading
I upgrade my O!Play media box to the newest Release 1.30P on Sunday and CIFS really improved.
Before that upgrade I had to open the Network folder twice to get my Samba server into the list, now it will detect that immediately.
Up to release 1.6 VDR is recording into MPEG-PS files named
In newer release this was switched to MPEG-TS (with some impact on moving marks).
The Asus O!Play is fine with the TS (Transport Stream) format, but lacks support of the
Since my VGA to PAL adapter for my VDR host is not really working well for video, I am now owner of a media player that covers the following options:
- wired networking capabilities
- support of “open” formats
- small, moderate power consumption, …