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Showtime rox hands down, Ps3 would suck without it.
but I have always wanted support for pluggins that run on xbmc such as hulu, free cable tv, and vevo. is it even possbile? thanks for the great work tho!
. You should have asked those for the interview. Perhaps
will do an encore.
Well after seeing Question #9 , I have to say thanks for continuing to update these plugins for our enjoyment. Thanks alot and thanks for the time on the interview.
Most XBMC plugins can be ported to Showtime but some of them can be extremely hard to port and time consuming and then we have the problem of some platform differences.
Originally Posted by b0redkid
3.) If you could add any feature to Showtime what would it be?
I don’t know about this, I believe Showtime is already complete
If I might suggest One of Two things...
One Seperate Plugins for watchseries.eu, and Project Free TV.
Why? Cause Navi-X has had / continues to have major problems keeping its scrapers up. Having separate Plugins that do not rely upon Nav-X would be a good thing.
Two (and I know I'm not the only One who wants it.), Playback of Hi10P unless the Cell Processor is to weak to decode it (fat chance) it should be able to run it. Someone just has take up the challenge to make it so.
One other question, if I might.
What is known about PS3 Homebrew right now. I'm not suggesting that you should do it, but at this point in time could XBMC Frodo ever be ported to the PS3?
1. Creating plugins for watchseries.eu and Project Free TV is not an easy task, it requires a group of developers since those websites rely in several video sharing services, and in any moment any sharing service may change and would require changes.
Originally Posted by Ichijoe
2. As I'm aware of from Andreas Õman, Showtime in PS3 can't support Hi10P since apparently Cell Processor doesn't have any support for it.