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=Native support for remotes, including=
 
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The JRiver forum now has a board devoted to [http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?board=37.0 Remotes].
  
 
==Gizmo==
 
==Gizmo==
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[http://pix01.com/Gw%4039O61 More pictures]
 
[http://pix01.com/Gw%4039O61 More pictures]
  
== WebGizmo ==
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==JRemote==
* [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/WebGizmo WebGizmo] is a browser based remote solution that can control MC from any device with a browser. This includes iPad, iPhone, and Touch. It looks and works like Gizmo for Android.
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[http://www.jremote.com JRemote] for iPhone and iPad.
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[http://www.jremote.com JRemote for Android]
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[[Image:JRemote.png]]
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== Panel ==
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[http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Panel Panel] requires no app installation on your phone or tablet.  It is a web app that MC22 or above provides when you connect to MC with a browser from any device.
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[[Image:PanelScreenshot.jpg]]
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[http://www.pix01.com/gallery/8D12431D-7EA0-495D-9EA2-775091458CB9/MC22_Web_Interface_Apps/711673949_orig0.jpg Larger Image]
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[http://pix01.com/TF1%405V More Screenshots of Panel on a Desktop]
  
[[File:WebGizmo.jpg|400px|thumb|center|alt WebGizmo]]
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[http://pix01.com/UF1%40akPc Panel on a Phone]
  
 
== Tremote ==
 
== Tremote ==
* [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Tremote Tremote] is MC itself, running as a remote for another copy of MC using the second generation web server in MC.
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* [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Tremote Tremote] is JRiver Media Center itself, running as a remote for another copy of MC.
 
 
== Remote Server ==
 
* [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Remote_Server Remote Server] is the original, very basic web server built into MC (now obsolete).
 
  
 
==Media Center Remote ==
 
==Media Center Remote ==
* [[Media Center Remote]], shown below, is available from J. River.
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* [[Media Center Remote]], shown below, is available from JRiver.
  
 
[[Image:MCremote_sm.jpg]]
 
[[Image:MCremote_sm.jpg]]
  
MC13 introduced support for Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) remotes.  These usually have a Green Button that can start Media Center (either JRiver or Microsoft).  MC14 improved support for Media Center Remotes and introduced support for HID devices to be used as remotes.  These include keyboards and some MCE remotes.
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MC13 introduced support for Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) remotes.  These usually have a Green Button that can start Media Center (either JRiver or Microsoft).  MC14 improved support for Media Center Remotes and introduced support for HID devices to be used as remotes.  These include keyboards and some MCE remotes.
  
 
== The Media Center Remote ==
 
== The Media Center Remote ==
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You can also add a generic IR receiver to your PC, and control Media Center with any remote.
 
You can also add a generic IR receiver to your PC, and control Media Center with any remote.
  
* You need to have an Infrared receiver like those for WMC remotes or the *[http://usbuirt.com/ USBUIRT], UIRT2, RedRat, or IRMan, which will connect to your PC with a serial or USB cable.  
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* You need to have an Infrared receiver like those for WMC remotes.  
 
* MC has a setup screen in Tools> Options> Remote Control.  
 
* MC has a setup screen in Tools> Options> Remote Control.  
* Media Center supports the Windows MC Remote Control and Keyboad natively
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* Media Center supports the Windows MC Remote Control and Keyboad natively.
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==Plasma5 Panel Remote for MediaCenter==
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Plasma5 Widget that allows you to control multiple MediaCenter servers with just a few clicks
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Install from KDE Store: https://store.kde.org/p/1194975/
  
 
==Software Solutions==
 
==Software Solutions==
  
[[Image:JRemote.png]]
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There are a number of other remote solutions on our [http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?board=37.0 Remotes board].
There are a number of remote solutions for iPad and iPhone on our [http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?topic=67831.msg455858 Third Party board].
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These programs take advantage of MC interfaces for developers.  More information can be found on the [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/DevZone DevZone] page.
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[http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?topic=67831.0 Another list]
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== More ==
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[http://yabb.jriver.com/interact/index.php?topic=79104.msg605719#msg605719 Customizing JRemote Views]
  
These programs take advantage of MC interfaces for developers.  More info can be found on the [http://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/DevZone DevZone] page.
 
 
[[Category:Frequently Asked Questions]]
 
[[Category:Frequently Asked Questions]]
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[[Category:Remotes]]

Latest revision as of 12:19, 11 May 2018

MC offers many ways to control your media.

Native support for remotes, including

The JRiver forum now has a board devoted to Remotes.

Gizmo

  • Gizmo, shown below, is an Android application that controls MC.

Gizmo playing audio.png Gizmo home.png] Gizmo movies.jpg]


Gizmo jazz.png] Gizmo start.png] Gizmo search.png]


Gizmo images.png]


More pictures

JRemote

JRemote for iPhone and iPad.

JRemote for Android

JRemote.png

Panel

Panel requires no app installation on your phone or tablet. It is a web app that MC22 or above provides when you connect to MC with a browser from any device.

PanelScreenshot.jpg

Larger Image

More Screenshots of Panel on a Desktop

Panel on a Phone

Tremote

  • Tremote is JRiver Media Center itself, running as a remote for another copy of MC.

Media Center Remote

MCremote sm.jpg

MC13 introduced support for Windows Media Center Edition (MCE) remotes. These usually have a Green Button that can start Media Center (either JRiver or Microsoft). MC14 improved support for Media Center Remotes and introduced support for HID devices to be used as remotes. These include keyboards and some MCE remotes.

The Media Center Remote

JRiver offers the Media Center Remote -- an MCE Remote, an IR transceiver, and an IR emitter in a convenient package of hardware. MC 14.0 or above is required.

Media Center can use this hardware to send IR signals to control other devices. This can be used to turn an amplifier or set top box on or off, for example, or to change the amp's volume.

Universal remotes

Remotecontrol.jpg

You can also add a generic IR receiver to your PC, and control Media Center with any remote.

  • You need to have an Infrared receiver like those for WMC remotes.
  • MC has a setup screen in Tools> Options> Remote Control.
  • Media Center supports the Windows MC Remote Control and Keyboad natively.

Plasma5 Panel Remote for MediaCenter

Plasma5 Widget that allows you to control multiple MediaCenter servers with just a few clicks

Install from KDE Store: https://store.kde.org/p/1194975/

Software Solutions

There are a number of other remote solutions on our Remotes board.

These programs take advantage of MC interfaces for developers. More information can be found on the DevZone page.

Another list

More

Customizing JRemote Views