Archive for the ‘libCEC’ Category

It’s nearly here, libCEC 3 is our latest refinement to our CEC technology. We’ve been listening to what our customers have wanted and needed for their HTPC uses and we hope we deliver it with our latest upgrades. Probably the most popular is our direct support for EventGhost, our GitHub repo includes a sample configuration […]

While quite a mouthful of a title for a blog post it does cut to the chase, thanks to the hard work of the LinuxMCE team they have let us know that they now directly support our USB-CEC Adapter and Internal HDMI-CEC Adapter in their home automation software solution! It works on all i386 platforms […]

Team XBMC posted on Facebook a really cool demonstration which highlights the power of our USB – CEC Adapter, there is a really interesting blog post about the full set up for those interested in replicating this demonstration  

With XBMC 12 (Frodo) now out and available, we have improved our direct integration with the official releases, libCEC 2.0.4 is provided as standard as part of the compiled binaries and will give you wide range support for your CEC enabled TV and Amplifier. We are currently busily working behind the scenes developing new features […]

Engineers at Endpoint trialled our USB-CEC Adapters to ensure their Liquid Galaxy installations are always displaying the right content, now they are driving many of the world’s Liquid Galaxy installs. Matt Vollrath from End Point explains how they are using our adapters, libCEC and our cec-client to ensure they are controlling their installations in their […]

libCEC 2.0 has been released this week! This version of libCEC includes support for the Solid-Run CuBox (TDA995x) device, written by GitHub user warped-rudi. Another highlight of this release is that it includes the latest Beta3 version of the libCEC Tray Application, which you can use to control Windows Media Center via CEC. libCEC Tray […]

Another update of our libCEC library has just been released. The focus for this development cycle was a problem with the wake-on-CEC feature on systems without any keyboard attached. A bug in the operating system prevented the system from waking from standby mode when it wasn’t signaled to do so by a keyboard or mouse. […]