From: Brook Hinton (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jun 12 2008 - 08:48:49 PDT
Given the cost of the doremilabs stuff, I'd look at something just using
mac(s) and/or appletv.
On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 6:13 PM, Ron Toole <email suppressed> wrote:
> Doremi Labs makes several varieties of media player, HD capable, can
> network them, run off particular MPEG files.
> --- On *Wed, 6/11/08, Rebecca Baron <email suppressed>* wrote:
> From: Rebecca Baron <email suppressed>
> Subject: networked media boxes?
> To: email suppressed
> Date: Wednesday, June 11, 2008, 6:55 AM
> Does anyone have any experience using standalone media players for video
> It would need to be able to loop high quality PAL video without showing any
> --other requirements--
> (ie fanless) system
> needs to loop unattended for hours at a stretch
> remote controllable
> 120/240v power source
> HDMI/DVI or Component video out
> enough space to store 30 minutes of 720x576 25fps (PAL) video
> or better: HD (PAL hdtv is 1920x1080)
> --here are the contenders--
> Popcorn Hour networked media tank
> AppleTV (does it do PAL?)
> Iomega Screen Play
> MediaGate entertainment server
> Xbox hacks, ie: Xbox media center
> custom fanless system running Linux-based media system (eg: geexbox)
> Thank you!
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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