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16. Boot screen of the OpenELEC
distribution of XBMC for the
17. Main menu of XBMC. You can
access all functions from here,
using the keyboard, the mouse
or any other device you connect,
including a wide range of remote
18. The video menu. You can add
new folders containing video using
the “Add Videos…” entry. These
can be folders on the Raspberry
Pi or shared folders within the
19. Playing a TV channel received
over the network – IPTV at its best
20. XBMC includes a wide range of
configurations for audio and video,
including the display of subtitles
21. Zapping can be done using the
|<< and >>| buttons or by going
back to the playlist.
22. Playing a streamed channel
from HOTBIRD 13.0E.
23. This is a different playlist,
showing the channels we are
streaming from our DVB-S/S2 card.
You can have as many playlists as
24. Zapping between the different
channels within the playlist is easy,
but naturally you have to expect 2-3
seconds to see the next picture.
The reason is the buffering that
is required, to ensure that sudden
delays within the network traffic
don’t stop the reproduction.