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How to Automatically Download TV Shows as Soon as They've Aired (or Turn Your PC into a TiVo)

How to Automatically Download TV Shows as Soon as They've Aired (or Turn Your PC into a TiVo)
Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service. Is there anyway you can explain further on what to do, this has gotten me intrigued. Flagged Sure. Past this, I'll have to go from memory since I don't have uTorrent here on my work computer, but if you right click on the feed, you can go to the RSS Downloader. Anyway, let's say I want to download How I Met Your Mother, which comes on monday nights. Let me know if you need anything else. [] Regardless if you use their RSS, this FAQ is what I used to setup my RSS downloader. Have at least a dozen shows plugged in, usually gets the show about 30-40 minutes after the episode airs . So I was just referring back to this article to set up a new media center at home and I came across this posting of yours. Do you happen to have any invites to your private tracker?

Sync multiple XBMC media libraries including Raspbmc | - Neil Broers If you have more than one XBMC installation on your network, centralising your media library has many benefits: Your watched / unwatched statuses are shared between media centresYou can watch a video in one room and continue watching it in another – without needing to find your place (in theory :))You only have one library that needs to be updated The basic steps towards setting this up: Make sure all your media is shared so that it is available to all PC’s on your networkChange all the paths in your media library to point to the shares instead of a local file systemSet up a MySQL server that contains your library data that all your XBMC installations can connect toConfigure all your XBMC installations to use the MySQL server for it’s library data The process is very well documented on the XBMC wiki, but there is one very important point to note – and this is especially relevant if you are using Raspbmc on a Rasperry Pi – Your XBMC versions must all be the same!

Stream movies and TV on Raspberry Pi with RaspBMC / OpenELEC You can now create a Raspberry media centre / home theatre system to watch streaming movies or TV on your Raspberry Pi. For this you need to install Fusion Easy Add-on installer and a Video Add-On to select the channel provider. style="display:inline-block;width:468px;height:60px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-2141797239232141" data-ad-slot="4750970144"> Install Fusion 1. Install Channel Provider Add-On 1. Enjoy the show!

add-ons Watching Israeli Channels in Hebrew on XBMC People don’t realize how much Israeli television is available through XBMC. Compared to most other international content, there is actually quite a lot of Hebrew entertainment available. It seems that XBMC is gaining popularity in Israel and we’re now going to explain how you can watch XBMC in Hebrew. WATCHING ISRAELI CHANNELS IN HEBREW ON XBMC צפייה בערוצי טלביזיה ישראליים עם XBMC Requirements IL Video Repository (available through Fusion)XB Israel RepositoryCharacter set to Hebrew ISO (SYSTEM -> Settings -> Appearance -> International) 1. 2. 3. one (XB Israel Repository) 4. 5. 6. xbMako (XB Israel Repository) 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Mazel Tov! Introducing the New Mash Up Video Addon for XBMC This one wasn’t an easy article to write because of the incredible versatility and wide array of features offered by this new video addon by mash2k3, known as Mash Up. It’s much more than just a simple free television addon, it actually provides you with access to a wide array of sites at once, offering you free movies and television, live channels, sporting events, and much more. This is definitely going to go right to the top of up and coming XBMC addons and is something you don’t want to miss! Requirements All Addons by Mash2k3 Repository (available through Fusion) You should probably already be able to figure out how to use an XBMC addon at this point, so we’re going to take this time to list you some of the incredible features offered by this new Mash Up addon: MoviesTelevision ShowsHD Content3D ContentInternational TiersLive StreamsSports and EventsDocumentariesAdventureChildren’s Content Congratulations!

Watch TV Shows On XBMC With These Add-Ons Do you love TV? Then you also love XBMC, even if you don’t know it yet. The ultimate media center software offers a wide variety of ways for you to catch up with your favorite shows online, legal and otherwise. Set up a few plugins and you can watch whatever you want in a couple of clicks, from the comfort of your couch. Legally watching TV shows can be insanely complicated, depending on where you live. Illegal methods of watching TV on XBMC work everywhere, meaning they’re ironically a great deal simpler to get set up. Confused about what XBMC is? Legal Ways To Watch TV In XBMC Let’s begin with the perfectly legal ways to watch TV on XBMC. If you live in the United States, the Hulu Plugin for XBMC (above) gives you access to every show on the site, with or without commercials. Live TV offerings are limited in the USA, unfortunately – the assumption is that you have cable. If you’re based in the United Kingdom, I recommend you check out the iPlayer plugin for XBMC. Set Up XBMC To Be A PVR

Starting 2013 with the Best Free TV Streaming Addons for XBMC The year is new and we figured what better way to start it off than review which are the best free television streaming addons for XBMC that you should make sure you have installed to your configuration. Things change pretty quickly in the world of XBMC and you should remember that just because an addon the best now, doesn’t mean there won’t be even better stuff coming out in the new year. Read through this short review to ensure that your XBMC setup is complete and not missing anything that you’ll need to maximize your free TV experience. 1Channel (Bstrdsmkr’s Repository) It’s no surprise that this addon is at the top of our list, it’s probably the most popular one out there right now and great for watching whatever you’d like. Congratulations!

Settings/Services Network services settings are found here. Setup control of XBMC via UPnP and HTTP, configure file sharing, enable zeroconf, configure AirPlay, etc. This section was previously known as "Network" in past versions of XBMC (changed in v12 to "Services"). 1 General 2 UPnP 3 Webserver 4 Remote control 5 Zeroconf 6 AirPlay 7 SMB client