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iPhone interface to MediaPortalIntroductioniPiMP is a web interface for MediaPortal specifically designed for the iPhone, but also works with any Smartphone or device that uses a webkit based browser. It uses MediaPortal interfaces to communicate with both the TV Server and MediaPortal clients.

You can use iPiMP to interact with your MediaPortal TV Server allowing you to view your TV guide, read program details, schedule programs to be recorded, email program details as well as view, manage & watch your existing recordings. Watching live TV though is not possible (yet!). There is a status facility allowing you to view the status of your services, disk capacity and tv card activity, you can also stop a card when timeshifting if you want to kick someone off.

You can also use iPiMP to interact with your MediaPortal clients, you can use it as a remote control, browse/play your video and music databases on your MediaPortal clients, send messages to popup on your MediaPortal clients, view now playing information and startup/shutdown/reboot/standby/hibernate your clients. The client functionality will be extended to provide additional features for other MediaPortal plugins.

Current featuresTV Programs

Browse TV guides by day & channel Search TV guides Now & Next Schedule programs Email program details

Recordings

Browse recordings by date, channel & genre Watch recordings Delete recordings Manage recordings Transcode recordings

Schedules

Browse schedules Delete schedules

Status

Card status / stop if timeshifting Service status Disk status Transcode status

MediaPortal Clients

Remote control My Music My Videos Moving Pictures Now Playing Message Power options

Administration

Login/Logout Create user User permissions - read(default), record, delete, watch(wip) & admin Delete user Change password MediaPortal clients (add, delete, edit)

Tags

htpc iphone ipimp mediaportal

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