- Fixed makemkvcon not being killed
- makemkvcon now also killed in windows (probably)
- Added settings for host/portname
- Added remote/local option
- Added support for browsing
The script now has a settings section with the following options:
"Autoplay main feature" -> Turn this off to enable selecting the stream from the BR
"Use local or remote MakeMKV" -> If set to remote, the script will simply wait for a stream to become available on the configured IP and Port. It will not try to load MakeMKV itself (means no MakeMKV required on XBMC machine)
"MakeMKV location" -> Point this to the makemkvcon executable. If it's on your path you should not need to change. On windows, you will probably need to browse to the location
"IP address" -> The IP of the machine with MakeMKV. When in localmode, you cannot change this
"Port number" -> The portnumber to listen to.
When starting the script it will ask if you want to play a disc or browse. When you select play a disc it will simply take the BR in your player and load it. When you select browse a browse window with your video share should come up. Simply select an ISO or and index.bdmv file (note, only select index.bdmv if you want to run directory structure BR's, other files like MediaObject.bdmv won't work for now.)
If you've deselected the autoplay main option a select should come up which lets you select which chapter to play.
I'll admit to it being ugly as hell, but it seems to work for now. Let me know how you get on when trying this.
Note As mentioned earlier iso's and dirs on SMB shares won't work on linux at the moment if they've been added to the source of XBMC as such.
I'll update the first post of this thread sometime later this week.