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[Obsolete] PseudoTV Lite - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

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Recent performance improves made to PseudoTV Live may have deprecated this build, I'd recommend using "Lite" only if you've experienced issues using the latest "Live" build.

Special branch of PseudoTV Live that supports only Local Media, LiveTV from Kodi's PVR backend, and InternetTV. This build is a stripped down, optimized version of PseudoTV Live meant for low power HTPC's like the Amazon FireTV, AppleTV, Cubox, Ouya, and Raspberry Pi. For a full feature plugin visit: PseudoTV Live Thread



Installation:

Check and install all missing dependency modules!!, listed below
If PseudoTV Live was installed correctly most, if not all dependencies should have automatically installed.

Dependencies:





Special Thanks to:
Code:
jason102, angrycamel, jtucker1972, ARYEZ, peppy6582, earlieb, Steveb1968, kurumushi, twinther, LordIndy, ronie, mcorcoran, sphere, giftie, spoyser, Eldorados, lambda, kickin, bradvido88, Phil65, RagnaroktA

Forgive grammatical mistakes and typo's this was written quickly and I have a lot of information to get out there... I will edit as i go!


RE: PseudoTV Lite - Supports Local Media only! - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

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RE: PseudoTV Lite - Supports Local Media only! - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

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RE: PseudoTV Lite - Supports Local Media only! - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

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RE: PseudoTV Lite - Supports Local Media only! - bry - 2015-02-28

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RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - BadKarma - 2015-02-28

Awesome


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - pcdude - 2015-02-28

So what won't it do? Plugins? HDHomeRun streams?


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - rd1979 - 2015-02-28

Hmm, taking it back to the original purpose of PseudoTV. Very cool.


Re: RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

(2015-02-28, 04:09)rd1979 Wrote: Hmm, taking it back to the original purpose of PseudoTV. Very cool.
Its PseudoTV with the enhancements I've made over the years... including LiveTV PVR? and InternetTV.

If you're not interested, Go for the original PseudoTV... But you would be wrong comparing the two.

I've made a number of improvements to the original PseudoTV besides new chypes.

This isn't an Improvement on PseudoTV Live, It's designed for ATV, Android, Ouya and rpi users who experience performance issues with PseudoTV Live. I'd rather not compromise features to PTVL just to keep performance on sub par hardware.

Hopefully this project will be the best of both world's.


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - carlog - 2015-02-28

Is it possible to add Pluto.tv channels as a feature (like ustvnow)?


Re: RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

(2015-02-28, 06:04)carlog Wrote: Is it possible to add Pluto.tv channels as a feature (like ustvnow)?
Nope, this will not get additional features!! This is a stripped down version of PseudoTV Live. It will always have less features.


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - carlog - 2015-02-28

Gotcha. I'll ask on the other thread.


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - Technobob - 2015-02-28

Cool I look forward to trying it I don't have use for a lot the features in the full version I only use this app for local files.


RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - rd1979 - 2015-02-28

(2015-02-28, 05:01)Lunatixz Wrote:
(2015-02-28, 04:09)rd1979 Wrote: Hmm, taking it back to the original purpose of PseudoTV. Very cool.

If you're not interested, Go for the original PseudoTV... But you would be wrong comparing the two.

Hopefully this project will be the best of both world's.

Quite the contrary, I'm very interested! I don't get what I said that makes you think otherwise....... Huh

But in any case, I only ever use PTVL for local content, so a slimmer version without features I don't use would help things run faster I hope.
Tho oddly, I'm running things on a Core i7 4771 @ 3.5Ghz and 16GB of RAM, the slowness I've experienced never made any sense.


Re: RE: "PseudoTV Lite" - Optimized for low-power HTPC's - Lunatixz - 2015-02-28

(2015-02-28, 10:58)rd1979 Wrote:
(2015-02-28, 05:01)Lunatixz Wrote:
(2015-02-28, 04:09)rd1979 Wrote: Hmm, taking it back to the original purpose of PseudoTV. Very cool.

If you're not interested, Go for the original PseudoTV... But you would be wrong comparing the two.

Hopefully this project will be the best of both world's.

Quite the contrary, I'm very interested! I don't get what I said that makes you think otherwise....... Huh

But in any case, I only ever use PTVL for local content, so a slimmer version without features I don't use would help things run faster I hope.
Tho oddly, I'm running things on a Core i7 4771 @ 3.5Ghz and 16GB of RAM, the slowness I've experienced never made any sense.
I run on an old intel core duo with 8gb ram... PTVL runs smooth as silk.

never really understand why some users say its slow... I'd assume its a mix of reasons, nevertheless this build will avoid functions that can slow down performance.

If you're running on a high end HTPC, I really suggest PseudoTV Live not lite.

Perhaps we can figure out why your setup performs poorly?