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navidrome

IPTV player and streamer for Linux that allows to play any stream that LibVLC can play, offers an overlay based on WebKit using HTML5, JavaScript and CSS and uses XMLTV data for EPG information. It allows the playback of URLs, files and can grab URLs from shell scripts. XMLTV EPG data can be downloaded from URLs or grabbed from shell scripts.

  • Updated Apr 4, 2018
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StefanJanssen95
StefanJanssen95 commented Oct 23, 2020

A streamer friend of mine asked me to help with setting up some custom rules. Since the syntax of this language is relatively easy I think it will be relatively easy to make a tool which helps people configure rules by just clicking on the even they want, what they want to happen and which conditions the event should have.

I would be willing to make a basic web app for it but that should be in

mickael-menu
mickael-menu commented Oct 22, 2020

When an OPF contains both an EPUB 2 (<meta name=>) and EPUB 3 (<meta property=>) meta tags for the same key, the EPUB 3 one should take precedence and the other one ignored. Currently both are added to the otherMetadata dictionary.

Here's an example:

<meta property="media:active-class">-epub-media-overlay-active</meta>
<meta name="media:active-class" content="text-highlight" /

This is a free-to-use HTML/javascript based overlay for roleplay streamers. Basically it mimics the overlay of the AXON bodycam, but since most folks play in 3rd person, it's a ChaseCam. I've included a logo, and the html file. The html file has the css, html, and javascript all in one file for ease of editing. Goto line 81 of the html file to change your information, and be sure to read the readme.txt file for further information.

  • Updated Jan 15, 2022
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