[RELEASE] Navi-X (Script) Media Browser - Printable Version
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- rodejo16 - 2010-05-25 22:25
Visits the Navi-X forums at http://navix.turner3d.net/
Here you will find the Navi-X community who can answers all your questions.
Navi-x - satana - 2010-06-07 18:00
I'm pretty new to the xbmc. I've done some research here but can't figure out how to get navi-x to show up under the scripts. I installed it on my laptop a while back and it already had it in there, but when I recently installed it on my pc, it doesn't show up. How can I fix this?
- rodejo16 - 2010-06-07 19:48
For manual installation you have to put Navi-X in folder:
C:\Documents and Settings\<user name>\Application Data\XBMC\scripts\Navi-X
You can also use the SVN Repo installer which is a default plugin in XBMC I think.
Navi-X Pause causes crashing? - Toilet-Duck - 2010-08-10 20:26
I'm a new user to navi-x and loving it so far! However I have one big issue, whenever I'm watching a program be it ABC or pretty much anything if I pause the program it works fine and pauses as normal.
However when I try to resume it plays about 10 seconds really fast the show then stops I can hear the sound for a few more seconds then totally crashes XBMC/Boxee, is this a known issue?
I thought the issue was perhaps one of the programmes or shows that I'm watching but I've tried both XBMC and boxee as well as different shows and the issue still happens!
Does anyone know any solutions to this?
- linuxluemmel - 2010-08-11 08:35
may send a debug-log ?
- Toilet-Duck - 2010-08-11 21:07
Sorry, how do I do that?
I'm kinda new to XBMC/Boxee
- linuxluemmel - 2010-08-11 21:29
New Navi-x download for Dharma Xmbc - faseman7 - 2010-08-15 16:02
New Navi-x download for Dharma r-versions XBMC
- YodaEXE - 2010-08-15 19:26
What is Navi-x?
- faseman7 - 2010-08-15 20:26
The Navi-X Media Browser is an add-on for media centers and computers that offers you content from an open-source media directory of multimedia content on the internet, allowing you to stream and download video, audio, pictures, podcasts, RSS, and text from all kinds of sources on the internet! It offers streaming internet television and video podcasts, music and internet radio, YouTube, ShoutCast, Flickr, and Twitter feed accessibility and so much more! The Navi-x community of users add their own links to content they find on the internet for sharing with others, then talk about it in many different internet media formats and social network sites! Promote yourself as an artist or an organization by adding your content to a Navi-X playlist for the world to see! Show everyone in the world or just a small group of people what you found and have to offer! They also have a public directory of popular public broadcasting networks for you to enjoy content from including news, sports, shows, movies, music videos, live broadcasts and so much more, in one sleek, fast and unified application! Best of all, everything is available, on demand and free!! Check out Navi-X today and see what it is you've been missing!
In other words you can watch 1000`s of movies for free via streaming.