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Anyone interested in touch orbiter auto-configuration should really follow along with http://svn.linuxmce.org/trac.cgi/ticket/857 That's the ticket documenting the development/changes Merkur and I are working to implement which makes it relatively quick and painless to incorporate this feature.
To help us all re-orientate ourselves and get this thread back on-track again... could you summarise where your at or what your planning for Auto configuring new Touch Orbiters? As step by step description what should happen would be useful. This will also help anyone developing a Touch Orbiter variant to get their head around what needs to be added (if anything) to their Apps.
The maemo build env isn't too difficult to setup. I don't know if you are happier on a windows or linux box. There is a VM image available ...
Then from the scratchbox env you can either symlink to your existing LinuxMCE src or do an svn co from within. I have a script that builds the other necessary libs for the orbiter, I'll attach it here once I get home.
p.s. Oops, just noticed this is under Touch Orbiter - if this discussion continues maybe we should break it out under a PadOrbiter topic?
yes, the devices templates were exported, manufacturer pointed as: "FK_Manufacturer";s:4:"1057", model indicated correctly: "Description";s:14:"SoundBridge IR".
I submitted both templates and am waiting for an answer if they were accepted or not.
Let's wait to see how it goes....
P.S. It would be nice to be able to set the effect (and if effect is to be used) for the given source, like files defined as movies, selecting DTS, files defined as audio and jazz, selecting Jazz Club, audio and rock, selecting Rock Concert, TV selecting Theater..
Most of the middle to to range audio/video receivers and amplifiers has multiple effect modes.
I could not find how to set it, so i do it with the amp remote.. selecting the effect mode.
phenigma, thanks for the reply.... I am using a zotac ion n330 board.
@phenigma My core uses the AN-M2HD with optical out (for surround sound) to the Denon and HDMI out to the TV. Don't think HDMI sound supports surround sound. I have also used the Acer Revo with the same setup (optical plus hdmi).