- GNU General Public License
added: SearchRelatedKeywords via context menu (thx Guzzi)
added: new virtual method to Hoster class that allows passing a proxy
added: skinfiles for Titan skin
fixed: Toggle subtitles (L on keyboard) not working in fullscreen playback
fixed: incorrect dialog asking to update the local site when trying to report it broken
siteparser: now possible to edit videolistregex at search-results
improved: made MPUrlSourceSplitter a standalone MPE package and included it as reference
This plugin allows watching videos from various websites, using their RSS feeds, parsing html pages, coding against provided APIs or directly adding urls of live streams. Supported sites include: YouTube, MetaCafe, DailyMotion, iTunes Movie Trailers, DasErste, ZDF, RTL, SVT, Break, CNN, VeryFunnyAds, MSNBC, Yahoo MusicVideos, MTV MusicVideos, wwiTV, Southpark and many more. A list of all supported sites can be found here. You can also add and even publish your own sites without coding skills, generic functionality is included (RSS feeds or regular expression knowledge required).
- download a video for later viewing
- bookmark favorites
- search videos
- paging and filtering (on websites that support those)
- thumbnails for videos and categories
- pin protection for adult sites
I've a problem with OnlineVideos. My wife and i often look like online at YouTube or german portal e.g. ZDF Mediathek. But we prefer to have to use a subtitle because we are hearing impaired.
Is your plug in able to show avaiable subtitle?
Yes, OnlineVideos can show subtitles, but this feature has to be implemented per Site. You can request it for the sites you want in our forum.
Es funktioniert sehr gut.
Keep up the good work
Thanks! There's no real difference between the two configuration options. It's a convenience for the user allowing it from both inside and outside MediaPortal to manage your Sites ;-)
Biggest plus: arte +7 - I could (and maybe would) kiss you :-)
Some stations aren't working though. For instance I can't stream Southpark (ger). But that's a minor problem seeing how much there is to watch and maybe with some configuring I can make it run.
In conclusion: Great plugin and worth having it installed
Thanks a lot @ offbyone, hioctane and doskabouter :-)