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Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1 Plugins' started by overture, December 6, 2006.

  1. overture

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    Hi moiristo,

    Juan Pablo and I had already agreed on an approach for this (look back on past posts in this thread). Hopefully in February we will be putting something in place.

    It would be great if you could help.

    Phil


     
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  3. overture

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    For anyone who's interested. I have been working on getting this up and running and I am getting closer to having the backbone in place.

    Just a word on how the mini IPTV plugins will be integrated. The setup form for this plugin will have a tab for plugins so you can browse for them and turn them off and on. I have included a couple of screen shots which also displays how the proxy may be configured.

    Also, I would love integrate some sort of EPG information for channels that may have it but I have no idea what way to approach this - does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks,

    Phil
     
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    This is a great plugin, really usefull! Yet, I can't make it work.
    I know this is just a beta version, but where does the downloaded files go?

    Keep up the good work and thanks for the plugin.
    MadsRH
     
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    err...what plugin are you talking about?

    edit: I guess you mean the worldwidemedia plugin :)
     
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    MyIPTV plugin missing files

    The current build of this plugin seems to be missing the skin files. It appears also to have some erroronous files in the zip as well. Looks like a great idea. would love to try it out.

    jya mata ne
     
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    Hi there,

    So I've installed MP 0.2.2.0 successfully

    Now I've downloaded the WorldWideMediaProject (IPTV) Plugin ZIP

    Can anyone tell me how to install this plugin into MP?

    > Do I drag & drop all the DLLs into the "Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal" directory (overwriting several filenames already in use..) then use the Configure option to activate the Plugin?

    or maybe....

    > Do some/all files in the ZIP go into Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal\Plugins folder?

    If someone give me some steps that would be cool. :confused:

    And while were on the topic... If anyone can point to MP documentation on installing plugins I'd appreciate it! Are all plugins installed in the same way? What way?

    Thnx.
     
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    Please read the message directly above your message.

     
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    Hi All.

    Please note this this thread is NOT connected to WorldWideMediaProject!!!!!!

    However it will be far superior and potentially include the WWMP functionality. Please read this thread in detail before posting.

    Hopefully we wil have something for you to browse / test in the near future.:D
     
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    How is this getting along, overture?
     
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