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Blueforcer
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13/09/2018 7:14 pm  

Due to several requests, I have worked my way into the theme.
Specifically it is about adapting the Ambilight from JeeLight for Desktop to an Android based Mediaplayer.
The first attempts show: It works.

But as you can see in the video the reaction speed is not the fastest. But this is mainly due to 2 points:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9GXgdqq9lg

1. My test application ran on an Amazon FireTV of the first generation. I think this is too much for the little one.
2. the OS decides when to send the next pictures. (Less movement = less pictures and vice versa.) So it is not possible to set an exact interval.

Furthermore, many applications block the recording. This includes Netflix and Youtube. But Kodi works and I think it will be the most common.

What do you think about it? would further development be worthwhile?

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ageorgios
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15/09/2018 5:23 pm  

Have you tested PLEX app?

Of course it is worthwhile! It would be awesome!

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ageorgios
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11/10/2018 6:58 pm  

any updates?


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Blueforcer
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13/10/2018 8:12 pm  

Not yet,sorry. I don't have the time at the moment and the community is pretty quiet so it's not really worth to develop it further.


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ageorgios
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16/10/2018 7:21 pm  

maybe trying the github way would accelerate the development of the community and the product


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Blueforcer
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17/10/2018 8:00 pm  

Jeelight will be not OpenSource.
I have develop many libaries the past few years (also for my Company).
And many of them are used by JeeLight and also some in the App. I wont give this huge ammount of Work for free, since i already publish JeeLight Desktop for free (what wasnt my plan at the beginning). Hope you can understand this.

On the other Hand, JeeLight is not written in pure Android but in a unkown language and IDE wich only compile in native apps.
So even if i would release the code, most people can't do anything with it 🙂

But i will develop it further, after my current Project. And maybe some donations are coming from JeeLight Desktop, so i can buy a faster MediaPlayer

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Dudu78
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02/11/2018 12:59 pm  

Nice idea ! Can't wait you release it 😀


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