Discussion in 'Other HTPC Applications' started by Jab0, May 30, 2010.
is there any possibility to integrate watxhmi in mediaportal?
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As it is, watchmi does not run in Mediaportal. After all, it is a plugin for Windows Media Center. That being said, watchmi (and the underlying recommendation engine APRICO, which is a PHILIPS venture) provides its library/API to third-party developers for integration in all kinds of platforms (ranging from PC and mobile apps to set-top box manufacturers and cable operators).
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nobody interested in developing a watchmi-plugin for mp?
Zattoo is now available with watchmi: watchmi WMC Plug-in | watchmi.tv
Would be great to get a plug in for that .
I think the adverts would be the killer on this, thats why no one has come forward to integrate into a plugin for MP
Because it is, watchmi doesn't run in Mediaportal. In the end, it's a wordpress plugin for Home windows Media Center. That being stated, watchmi (and also the underlying recommendation engine APRICO, the industry PHILIPS venture) provides its library/API to 3rd-party designers for integration in a myriad of platforms (varying from PC and mobile applications to create-top box producers and cable operators).
watchme is not available anymore in MCE. Maybe this would be a good opportunity for MP to integrate it?
There is a watchmi API available now. Check out http://corp.watchmi.tv/technology/epgs-and-metadata.
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