John P. Looney wrote:
> Are they integrated with MythTV or anything ? Ideally, I'd also like to
>be able to play all the AVI's in a folder, back to back, without manually
>starting off mplayer again.
>>If the remote is supported by lirc then you can integrate it with mythtv
pretty easily. You just need to create a lircrc file with mappings
between remote buttons and mythtv command. You can also add a section to
your .lircrc to control xine and mplayer with your remote.
Mplayer supports lircrc so you can just control mplayer directly with
the remote, for programs that don't support lircrc you can use irevent
to pass the remote control button to an arbitary program. I used irevent
to start a console based radio program, for my TV/Radio card.
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