ImageFlubber


Revision history for ImageFlubber


Revision [2435]

Last edited on 2008-06-26 09:49:43 by jonc
Additions:
- Softcam / Cardserver setup incl. Sticky SoftCam
Deletions:
- Softcam / Cardserver setup incl. Sticky SoftCams


Revision [2421]

Edited on 2008-06-26 09:19:42 by jonc
Additions:
- Proper support for NTSC in OSD. The default ""MediaPLi"" skin is properly set so all OSD screens do fit for both PAL and NTSC. Furthermore, all built-in enigma windows are centered, on PAL as well as NTSC. (note that when a widget is defined with a height > 480 there is nothing we can do for NTSC)
Deletions:
- Proper support for NTSC in OSD. The default MediaPLi skin is properly set so all OSD screens do fit for both PAL and NTSC. Furthermore, all built-in enigma windows are centered, on PAL as well as NTSC. (note that when a widget is defined with a height > 480 there is nothing we can do for NTSC)


Revision [2420]

Edited on 2008-06-26 09:18:29 by jonc
Additions:
The Skin/OSD on dm7000 and dm7020 still defaults to 8-bit color mode, but a 32-bit version of the default skin (""MediaPLi"") is available, to enjoy the pleasure of a full 32-bit OSD. The reason for not setting the default to 32-bit, is that several boxes show occasional green glitches in the mpeg stream, while they are in 32-bit mode. As it seems due to hardware/driver limits. We suggest you try for yourself how your 70x0 box works with 32-bit, so it is up to you to use either the 8-bit or 32-bit version of our revolutionary ""MediaPLi"" skin. Note that we have hugely improved the 8-bit possibilities for skins, by parsing palette colors from the skin images. So owners of 8-bit boxes are certainly not left behind.
o Now support gauges for progress bars. Both gauges and progress bars do support images, again, the ""MediaPLi"" skin demonstrates what is currently possible with your new Flubber image.
- No SoftCam onboard on dm70x0 boxes, ALL to be downloaded
Deletions:
The Skin/OSD on dm7000 and dm7020 still defaults to 8-bit color mode, but a 32-bit version of the default skin (MediaPLi) is available, to enjoy the pleasure of a full 32-bit OSD. The reason for not setting the default to 32-bit, is that several boxes show occasional green glitches in the mpeg stream, while they are in 32-bit mode. As it seems due to hardware/driver limits. We suggest you try for yourself how your 70x0 box works with 32-bit, so it is up to you to use either the 8-bit or 32-bit version of our revolutionary ""MediaPLi"" skin. Note that we have hugely improved the 8-bit possibilities for skins, by parsing palette colors from the skin images. So owners of 8-bit boxes are certainly not left behind.
o Now support gauges for progress bars. Both gauges and progress bars do support images, again, the MediaPLi skin demonstrates what is currently possible with your new Flubber image.
- No SoftCams onboard on dm70x0 boxes, ALL to be downloaded


Revision [2419]

Edited on 2008-06-26 09:17:26 by jonc
Additions:
""MultiEPG"" has been updated to show a Picture in Graphic (""PiG""). This works for the dm7000 and dm7020 boxes. Unfortunately, due to hardware limitations, the dm5xx(x) boxes do not support PIG. Instead a placeholder will be shown instead. Flubber includes a special fix to also make this work for NTSC systems. The event genre is now also shown in the event description window (when available). Now in Flubber you can even use '<' and '>' to quickly jump backward / forward in time.
Flubber supports reading 32-bit (!) png images as skin images and writing 32-bit osd shots. The Enigma internal picture viewer now works in 32-bit color mode for dm7000 and dm7020, and 8-bit mode for dm5xx(x), which now at least allows to show images on dm5xx(x). Scaling, resizing, and pan images has also been implemented. See the technotes pages.
The Skin/OSD on dm7000 and dm7020 still defaults to 8-bit color mode, but a 32-bit version of the default skin (MediaPLi) is available, to enjoy the pleasure of a full 32-bit OSD. The reason for not setting the default to 32-bit, is that several boxes show occasional green glitches in the mpeg stream, while they are in 32-bit mode. As it seems due to hardware/driver limits. We suggest you try for yourself how your 70x0 box works with 32-bit, so it is up to you to use either the 8-bit or 32-bit version of our revolutionary ""MediaPLi"" skin. Note that we have hugely improved the 8-bit possibilities for skins, by parsing palette colors from the skin images. So owners of 8-bit boxes are certainly not left behind.
- Added the ""genoSUAVE"" North American satellites lists (""DishPro"" / Legacy)
- And we have done even more for our N.A. users: with Flubber, PLi now fully supports the USA ""DishNetwork"" EPG. Dish EPG is fully integrated into PLi's enigma, so all currently available EPG viewers will automatically be able to use it. (thx to the Nitro team for the Dish decryption routines)
- On zap an optional minizap OSD is shown. This OSD will go away after a timeout. When 'OK' is pressed, the minizap will expand to the full infobar. This is nicely demonstrated in the default ""MediaPLi"" skin.
- download fix, now via ""eHTTP""
- WebIf: added Enhanced ""SatFinder"" (Zoom)
- Bouquet up/down in ""MultiEPG"" opens the service selector in bouquet mode
- Outside ""MultiEPG"", the bouquet down key now also activates to the bouquet list instead of provider list, so you can conveniently open the service selector and scroll to the desired bouquet, with either up or down
- Extra Tools: Check Cronjobs & Free Space; ECM-, Memory-, Mgcamd-Info, ""NetStat"", Process list
- ""MediaPLi"" default skin
- Name of the current running emu (e.g. ""CCcam"")
- ""MultiEPG""
Deletions:
MultiEPG has been updated to show a Picture in Graphic (PiG). This works for the dm7000 and dm7020 boxes. Unfortunately, due to hardware limitations, the dm5xx(x) boxes do not support PIG. Instead a placeholder will be shown instead. Flubber includes a special fix to also make this work for NTSC systems. The event genre is now also shown in the event description window (when available). Now in Flubber you can even use '<' and '>' to quickly jump backward / forward in time.
Flubber supports reading 32-bit (!) png images as skin images and writing 32-bit osdshots. The Enigma internal picture viewer now works in 32-bit colormode for dm7000 and dm7020, and 8-bit mode for dm5xx(x), which now at least allows to show images on dm5xx(x). Scaling, resizing, and pan images has also been implemented. See the technotes pages.
The Skin/OSD on dm7000 and dm7020 still defaults to 8-bit colormode, but a 32-bit version of the default skin (MediaPLi) is available, to enjoy the pleasure of a full 32-bit OSD. The reason for not setting the default to 32-bit, is that several boxes show occasional green glitches in the mpeg stream, while they are in 32-bit mode. As it seems due to hardware/driver limits. We suggest you try for yourself how your 70x0 box works with 32-bit, so it is up to you to use either the 8-bit or 32-bit version of our revolutionary MediaPLi skin. Note that we have hugely improved the 8-bit possibilities for skins, by parsing palette colors from the skin images. So owners of 8-bit boxes are certainly not left behind.
- Added the genoSUAVE North American satellites lists (DishPro / Legacy)
- And we have done even more for our N.A. users: with Flubber, PLi now fully supports the USA DishNetwork EPG. Dish EPG is fully integrated into PLi's enigma, so all currently available EPG viewers will automatically be able to use it. (thx to the Nitro team for the Dish decryption routines)
- On zap an optional minizap OSD is shown. This OSD will go away after a timeout. When 'OK' is pressed, the minizap will expand to the full infobar. This is nicely demonstrated in the default MediaPLi skin.
- download fix, now via eHTTP
- WebIf: added Enhanced SatFinder (Zoom)
- Bouquet up/down in MultiEPG opens the service selector in bouquet mode
- Outside MultiEPG, the bouquet down key now also activates to the bouquet list instead of povider list, so you can conveniently open the service selector and scroll to the desired bouquet, with either up or down
- Extra Tools: Check Cronjobs & Free Space; ECM-, Memory-, Mgcamd-Info, NetStat, Process list
- MediaPLi default skin
- Name of the current running emu (e.g. 'CCcam')
- MultiEPG


Revision [500]

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