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quiet_riot
 
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Re: XBMC

Postby quiet_riot » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:16 pm

waspish wrote:
quiet_riot wrote:Well XBMC is failing the big test of streaming live football, just taken nearly 15 mins to load a Merseyside derby stream. And the quality is pretty shite.


Are you using nav x or the sports devil plugin?



Sports devil, couldn't find live sports on Navi-X

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Re: XBMC

Postby mancmackem » Sat Nov 23, 2013 3:59 pm

Will A9 chipset devices support hardware accelleration support through XBMC? On their wiki it states:

http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=Android_hardware

"Avoid hardware that uses the Allwinner series of chips (such as the Allwinner A10). Development is not going well for these devices."

Got one of these already but the Auntie is after one as an Xmas present for the Uncle and don't want to give them something that will have a shelf life of 3 months as it won't decode 1080p properly....ever.

http://www.ebuyer.com/501755-sumvision-cyclone-android-x2-dual-core-smart-media-player-with-standard-remote-cyclone-android-x2

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Re: XBMC

Postby Aguero_Element » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:58 am

http://www.techienews.co.uk/973203/proj ... locked-uk/

Movie industry in the UK is having a ball as far as blocking of sites allegedly involved in piracy is concerned as courts have asked UK ISPs to enforce a blockade on Project Free TV, YIFY, PrimeWire and others in its latest order.

ISPs in the UK have given up on the idea of standing up against the blockade and copyright right holders have made it their point to expand the blocklist as much as possible. About two weeks back, a court ordered blockade of SolarMovie and TubePlus, which will be enforced sometime next month.

This week the High Court has asked all major ISPs including BT, EE, O2, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media to block access to YIFY-Torrents, PrimeWire, Project Free TV, Vodly, and WatchFreeMovies. It seems that Sky has already implemented the blockade on YIFY-Torrents as our sources have revealed that Sky is displaying an “Access Blocked” message while visiting the site.

Getting a torrent or steaming site blocked in the UK is a mere paperwork formality since ISPs have completely stopped defending against these orders. As it stands a total of 33 sites have been blocked in the UK including The Pirate Bay, BitSnoop, ExtraTorrent, Torrentz, 1337x, Fenopy, H33T, KickAssTorrents, among others.

The Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) of the City of London police managed to successfully order take downs of several major torrent indexes including ExtraTorrent, SumoTorrent, and MisterTorrent without any sort of court orders in October.

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Re: XBMC

Postby Aguero_Element » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:10 am


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Re: XBMC

Postby Ifwecouldjust....... » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:17 am

Aguero_Element wrote:http://primewireproxy.co.uk/




can this be added to xvmc ..if so could you pm the instructions .....cheers

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Re: XBMC

Postby dazdon » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:30 am

I have been struggling with XBMC lately and have been using windows apps to gain access to films etc.

My speed is crap though and this may improve when my fibre optic is installed on Dec 4th.

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Re: XBMC

Postby Aguero_Element » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:44 am

Ifwecouldjust....... wrote:
Aguero_Element wrote:http://primewireproxy.co.uk/




can this be added to xvmc ..if so could you pm the instructions .....cheers

no idea, probably can tho.

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Re: XBMC

Postby dazdon » Mon Nov 25, 2013 11:48 am

Firefox Add-on
1

Open Firefox on the second computer and install the modified XBMCFox add-on.
2

Click "Tools", select "Add-ons" then select "Extensions". Right click on XBMCFox and select "Preferences". Enter the IP address of the computer with XBMC installed.
3

Go to the desired website with media links and copy the URL from the address bar.
4

Right click on "Play in XBMC" in the Firefox add-on, paste the link and click "OK".


Is this it?

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Re: XBMC

Postby salman » Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:03 pm

Here's the fix guys, I have tried it and it does work :D http://www.xbmchub.com/blog/2013/11/22/ ... d-kingdom/

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Re: XBMC

Postby syedorf » Mon Nov 25, 2013 1:15 pm

the fix definitely works and if you reinstall the hub wizard it improves sportdevil no end.I watched the fight on it but I'm finding wiziwig is poor ATM.I use one of the others listed.

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