Showtime Test Build - Andreas Oman has a new Showtime Test Build to share. It doesn't add much, but it sets up a promising foundation for the future!
If you want to play and stream media on your PS3, Showtime Media Center is undoubtedly the best way to do it. As long as you have custom firmware installed, this can be used to access any audio, picture, or video format on the market today. This particular update includes support for subscriptions, and also is capable of using two more Spanish language TV plugins. Check out the full release notes below!
Showtime is a media center primarily intended to be used directly on a TV. It is currently available for Linux, Mac OS X, Raspberry Pi and Playstation 3
A quick glance at some of its features: Playback of video and audio
Installable applications and plugins
View photos and images
Live TV streaming from Tvheadend
Automatic "over-the-air" upgrades
There is a full list of features in the wiki.
Reach the crew in #showtime on efnet or freenode
ecmascript: Improve prop support:
* Add support for subscriptions
* Add support for pagination
httpclient: Escape improperly encoded redirect URLs
linux: Extract distribution from lsb_release and store in gconf.os_info
linux: Log more info about current system
ecmascript: Make it possible to get an array of all registered ecmascript contexts
upgrade duktape to v0.10.0-328-g41366e7
First version of a Duktape integration [4.7.36]
So far much of the Showtime APIs are lacking when plugins run in this engine
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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