so what really makes me angry is not your questioning or ignoring documentation. Its taking something for a promise whats really hard work for other people they do for free.
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And it's hard to believe that you're "sorry", when you continued to attack me elsewhere for just asking about status.so this is no attack. You simply ignore facts and documentation (http://forum.linuxmce.org/index.php?topic=2973.0, http://www.charonmedia.org/pipermail/lmce-dev/2007-December/000153.html). You don't care to research and simply spam in the developers forum. Do you think some big map or documentation fell onto our head? We are in the code and document our progress.
Not exactly the same, but is the distributed database of GSD interfaces described as supported in "A new concept in collaborative development" actually up and running at all like it's promised?who promised you what?
Not really. I never offered to do anything.sorry, i had the impression you wanted to get involved with developement
The other specific request that you came up with was that I extend Net::UPnP to support control points, which it already does.not for AV control
Agreed Nari. Thats why i have also been focusing efforts on Debian Etch. I hope to have something approaching functional by the end of Jan 2008.so what are your milestones?
Thanks for the pointer. Though UPNP isn't quite DLNA, and evidently LMCE UPNP isn't quite UPNP, though it does seem to support control points. I have asked someone with superior UPNP experience, who seems to be working on that feature in LMCE, to go for full DLNA support.you mean RonInSd: "3) Upgrade the UPnP services to support the RemoteUI part of UPnP. I am still doing some research into the UPnP RemoteUI specs. I know that some of the newer Media Extenders have some support for UPnP RemoteUI. "? Circular reference?
OK, done .ok, let me get things straight for you:
which parts did they say are broken? everyone can find something wrong with everything....everythings always broken to someone. punt?it's broken for not using SDI-HD (SMPTE 292M) but that intel DVI/TDMS crap with CEC and HDCP.
$25 bucks for 10m of cable isnt so bad.to much for a dumb twisted pair with bad connectors if you ask.. and thats a very good price..
A 480P blu ray? uhh....have you seriously seen one?yes, twice (ok, that were old movies, but you get the point)
too few see differences?most of them even don't get the aspect ratio right
do you know how many people use the "office xp operating system"? how many "primetime" people will use repeaters or switchers? the stupidity of the average consumer will astound for millenia to come. that doesnt mean it wont be ready for primetime. primetime is just the people who accept using something they dont understand and are unable to use to its full potential and the rest of us.So im there with PS3, Denon Upscaling DVD, Samsung M86, Marantz SR with built in HDMI switch and progressive conversion, spatz hdmimax repeater (forget purelink), Matrix Monitor S1 HDMI cable, different brands of other cable. Had pink screen, no screen, hdcp issues, drop outs, firmware updates and endless hours debugging.
Sorry guys! I did not mean to be rude to anyone. just asking questions and giving opinions. did not intend to be insulted either.there are some posts in the forum that say there will be HD-DVD/Blu Ray support in 0710 (with the help of mplayer). But i assume it will only work for unencrypted or "cracked" (leaked keys) discs.
Can't we all calm down and get useful discussion here?
So my simple question is: is there any chance in the foreseeable future that HDDVD/Blu Ray be supported by LMCE? My understanding from this thread is no.
Am I wrong?
Is there a way to make LMCE automatically control the DCS-5300G to pan across a wide area? Is there a way to use LMCE's motion detection subsystem to use that panned view?You can save positions and do a move to them fast. There is also a auto guard feature sweeping selected positions.
Maybe by panning around and taking still pix that motion compares, as if each panned position were a different stationary camera. But does the DCS-5300G reposition exactly enough that two passes won't align different enough to trigger motion's detection, even if nothing in the scene has changed?i would not use a panning cam for motion detection. They are fooled easily. I would use motion detectors and let the camera pan to the triggering sensor to record frames.
This is a developers forum. If you're going to offer only demands (and masked insults), you should stick to posting wish lists in the Feature requests & roadmap forum. People discussing here generally are techies. The ones working for free to make your life better.