(2015-03-05 18:37)topfs2 Wrote:(2015-03-05 12:50)RockerC Wrote:(2015-03-04 23:31)topfs2 Wrote: And I added a very generic trial code for it using JSON RPC. It was based on zeromq which I tbh think we don't need for it, so one could make a PR based on mine but using TCP jsonrpc instead. Which would be awesome.is this the your branch for that work? https://github.com/topfs2/xbmc/tree/zeromq
Everything contained within that single branch or?
Oooops, I just remember I never pushed it since I wanted to do more on it (check viability etc) before I made any noise
However, I can put it up as soon as I am near my home computer. I mostly started on the abstraction, highlighting were it could be hooked in. And I got it working sending audio from kodi to another process through it. The other way around didnt work (possibly due to me doing something wrong with AE).
So in general I think it would be a good starting point for this project, and there is still lots and lots to do (I didn't have time to investigate the actual latency calculations, which is needed for sending audio over eth or wifi). But it should be very doable I think. And a feature I would personally love to have in kodi
Thank you for pointing out your work. Yes, this could indeed be a good starting point, even though we may not need zeromq. The rest seems feasible, given enough time.
(2015-03-05 19:03)RockerC Wrote:As far as I know, this kind of setup is already quite possible using bluez, if the media center has a bluetooth dongle.