If you’ve got a DivX Connected set-top box, don’t forget that you can download all of our fantastic plug-ins from the DivX Labs website:
Loads of new feeds have been added to the BBC iPlayer plug-in for DivX Connected, meaning you can now choose from TV Highlights, Most Popular programmes, a wide range of genres and a selection of regional programming, together with content from all major BBC television channels.
If you are already using the plug-in, simply select BBC iPlayer from the Plug-ins menu on your set top box to enjoy the new features, otherwise click on the link below to get started.
The plug-in allows you to select and watch programmes from a wide range of feeds, including content from all major BBC television channels.
Programmes play fullscreen, but due to the way the BBC’s big screen playback page is offset from the left, you will need to manually centre the picture using the right arrow button on your remote control.
It is not currently possible to view items which require age verification.
Existing users will upgraded automatically as new versions become available.
Thanks to the new DivX Connected plug-in, you can now be enjoy TWILGO on your TV!
If you’d like to know more about TWILGO, or would like to submit something to the gallery, head over to http://twilgo.com.
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The ConnectedVNC plug-in for DivX Connected now includes ConCast, so you can hear your PC too!
By installing a SHOUTcast or Icecast server alongside DivX Connected, you can now listen to your PC while using it remotely on your TV, enabling you to enjoy applications like Spotify and iTunes from the comfort of your sofa!
Existing users will need to download the latest plug-in to upgrade.
For more information about streaming audio from your PC to your set-top box, please refer to the the ConCast plug-in page.
Please note: audio is optional and some users may experience a 1-2 second audio lag.
ConCast is a SHOUTcast, Icecast and Podcast player for DivX Connected, capable of playing most AAC and MP3 streams.
Originally an experiment in adding audio to ConnectedVNC, the ConCast plug-in is primarily designed to enable users to stream sound from their PC to their set-top box using one of the many free SHOUTcast/Icecast servers, for example if you want to listen to Spotify or iTunes on your TV.
One of the easiest ways to listen to audio from your PC using ConCast is to set your default recording device to Stereo Mix, which you’ll need to enable if you’re using Windows 7 or Vista, and install edcast (to encode the sound) and Icecast2 (to broadcast it).
There are plenty of online tutorials showing how to setup edcast and Icecast2, and more ConCast specific information will be posted here soon.
With a growing selection of radio stations available via the UK Radio Streamer, you can now filter by name using the number buttons of your DivX Connected remote control.
There’s also a new Radio Mode available via the DELETE button for anyone wanting background music without the glow of their TV.
New features will be added automatically for existing users, so there’s no need to manually upgrade or re-install the plug-in.
Don’t have the UK Radio Streamer?
The UK Radio Streamer enables you to listen to a wide range of radio stations through your DivX Connected set-top box, including Absolute, Capital, Heart, Kiss and Magic to name but a few.
New stations and features will be added automatically, so open the plug-in regularly to see what’s new!
If your favourite station isn’t listed, and it’s available online as an an MP3 or AAC/AAC+ stream, let us know by adding a comment to this post and we’ll see what we can do!
Wherever possible, please post the URL of the feed itself, rather than a link to a website or M3U/PLS playlist.
The latest release of ConnectedVNC adds additional remote control functionality:
While dragging, e.g. moving an icon or window, your mouse cursor will become semi-transparent to indicate that you are in drag mode.
Known issue: You should not try to drag the DivX Connected server window as the server may freeze.