CouchPotato is a remote control app for your MediaPortal HTPC.Watch CouchPotato in action:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHhHYVXgQ1YControl multiple MediaPortals with your iPhone or iPod touch including the following features: Remote Control MediaPortalYou can control MediaPortal like you would do with a normal remote control: There are buttons to navigate (up, down, left, right, ok and back), action buttons (menu, info, home, fullscreen, channel up, channel down), volume buttons (increase and decrease volume, mute and unmute) and player control buttons (play/pause, fast forward, rewind, next, previous) and gestures to control the most common features without even looking at your device! Configuration freeThere is no need to configure CouchPotato, it will auto-detect all MediaPortal installations on your local network. Just tap a MediaPortal in the server list and you are ready to control it. Open pluginsYou can select a plugin from a list to directly open it Power optionsYou can shutdown your HTPC, send it to hibernate or standby, suspend it, exit MediaPortal or log off windows Keyboard inputEnter text on the onscreen keyboard. When a keyboard appears in MediaPortal it will also appear in CouchPotato Get status informationCouchPotato has a status display that shows the name of the connected MediaPortal, the active module and the currently active element. Get information about now playing mediaWhen you start playing a file an info button will appear. Pressing this button will display information about the currently playing media (MP-TV Series, Moving Pictures and MyVideos are supported at the moment). Wake on LANStart your MediaPortal with CouchPotato via Wake on LAN.Requirements: MediaPortal PC connected to your network WifiRemote process plugin for MediaPortal: http://www.team-mediaportal.com/extensions/input-output/wifiremote Wifi access to your networkIf you have questions or requests please send a mail or go to the support URL! Thanks!
|File Size||4.45 MB|
|System Requirements||Compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later. iTunes account required|