[RELEASE] MCERemote Addon - MCE Remote Control Plugin for XBMC on Windows - Printable Version
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- gamin - 2011-11-29 23:39
hope this is the right place for my very first post
so, I decided to definately leave the Popcorn Hour world since I've discovered XBMC and its amazing UI. I bought a little HTPC computer (ASRock Vision 3D 137B) and configured everything the way I want it. It's just perfect as I expected it to be.
Going further inside the available customizations, I discovered this plugin which has been very handy to reconfigure many buttons on the provided ASRock MCE remote that came with my system.
Now, I just need one more thing and my remote will work exactly as I want it, but I'm not sure if this is possible/easy to manage.
explanation : on Popcorn Hour system, there's a very cool feature when playing media files (any type) : when you press any number (1 to 9), you directly jump to 10% (or 20, or 30 and so on 'til 90%). Pressing 0 will put you at the beginning of the file (0%).
I've looked the wiki but haven't been able to find any command that would do this in XBMC.
Anyone with an idea or a clue on that ? Would be very appreciated
EDIT : forget to say I'm running nightly eden builds (upgrading each time one is availbale) and MCERemote plugin 2.0.1
- timmi1000 - 2011-11-30 21:51
There is no way to jump directly to 10%, 20%...like with the Popcornhour player.
- gamin - 2011-12-01 02:53
this was unfortunately what I thought... thanks for the answer anyway.
now, I'm not a developper at all, but will it be hard to "script" such a solution ? when I say script, I mean coding or whatever (told you, not a developper at all).
once the media library is completely managed and correct (for meta datas informations), XBMC knows exactly the duration of each file, no ?
- prono - 2011-12-04 06:42
Is this plugin available for pre-Eden ? I can't find it under "Go to Settings_> Add-ons_> Get Add-ons_> XBMC.org Addons_> Program add-ons_> "
- choclate - 2011-12-04 08:38
can i use it to fix vrc-1100 issues, specially the info / i key simulating a right mouse click no matter what i try (ghosevent etc)
- Rakeesh - 2011-12-14 20:18
- Dam0 - 2011-12-24 10:17
@Gamin and others....
i think this may help you with regards to skipping into content while playing....
i use an original xbox1 remote, but i imagine is standard keymap for most.
if you press "cursor up" button while playback is running, you will jump 10mins into content at each press.
likewise, if you press "cursor down", you will jump back in time on the video playback by 10mins.
i use confluence, and PMIII prior to that, has always been that way. Even since the days when the old sexbox ruled the home movie centre:-)
- Tesla - 2012-01-04 22:09
Nice Add-on thanks ...
For one, it enabled the Back button to work on Add-on Summary screens (weird, because it worked everywhere else).
Also, notice other buttons working. I like the display of key-presses for un-assigned keys.
So, I'm new to XBMC ... where is the key to switch Audio Tracks or subtitles on/off (especially for DVD VIDEO_TS folders). A menu or direct keys.
- Tesla - 2012-01-05 01:26
Tesla Wrote:... where is the key to switch Audio Tracks or subtitles on/off (especially for DVD VIDEO_TS folders). A menu or direct keys.
Nevermind ... I found the keyboard key list. I think I just need to remap/assign some keys.
- Tesla - 2012-01-05 04:58
This works great ... thanks.
Any chance we can run a string of commands like a macro?