Intro Raspberry Pi Media Center Table of Contents Raspberry Pi Media Center Credits About the Author About the Reviewers www.PacktPub.com Support files, eBooks, discount offers and more Why Subscribe? Free Access for Packt account holders Preface What this book covers What you need for this book Who this book is for Conventions Reader feedback Customer support Errata Piracy Questions 1. Getting Started Why use a Raspberry Pi? Equipment needed What is Raspbmc? What can Raspbmc do? Installing Raspbmc Windows Mac OS X / Linux Advanced Installation Booting up the Raspberry Pi Summary 2. Using Raspbmc Controlling Raspbmc Control via Consumer Electronic Control (CEC) Control via iOS and Android or any web browser Controlling via keyboard and mouse Alternative remotes Navigating Raspbmc Changing settings Changing XBMC Settings Changing Raspbmc Settings Adding additional codecs to Raspbmc Installing add-ons Installing add-ons via XBMC's standard repositories Installing add-ons manually Summary 3. Managing Content Supported backends Overview USB drives Sources Adding sources in XBMC Managing sources via the context menu Deleting a source Pin locking a source Playing/viewing a file Summary 4. Streaming from a Computer Remote streaming Remote streaming versus local playback Requirements for remote streaming Configuring network shares Configuring network shares on Windows Configuring on Linux Installing NFS Installation of NFS on Ubuntu/Debian/Linux Mint Installation on CentOS/Fedora/Redhat Installation on Arch Linux Distribution independent configuration Configuring on Mac OS X Adding these shares in Raspbmc Summary. 5. Setting up the Library Mode Installing MySQL Installing on Linux Installing on Mac OS X Installing on Windows Configuring MySQL Adding our SQL database to XBMC Setting up the Library mode Setting up the Library mode on a second system Summary 6. Using PVR with Raspbmc What is PVR? Raspbmc's role in PVR Standalone backend versus built-in backend Setting up PVR An external backend Setting up TVHeadend in Raspbmc Connecting to our backend in XBMC Summary 7. Converting Media Reasons for converting Codec breakdown Converting media using Handbrake Ripping DVDs and Blu-ray Discs Summary A. Useful Raspbmc Commands Unix/Linux command cheat sheet B. Useful MySQL Commands C. Supported Peripherals Supported remote controls Supported Wi-Fi adapters Supported TV tuners Supported SD cards Supported power supplies Index.
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