Since this sub-board has been dead quiet, I thought I'd stir up a
topic. As I'm sure there are plenty of other "cord=cutters" out there: what is you favorite backend/frontend TV software? I have two
HDHomerun tuner (each has two tuners) for a total of four tuners that
can be used. My main backend computer is a Mac Mini, which has been working great (for the most part) in this role. I stream to a list of devices: Raspberry Pi's running Kodi, iPhone/iPad (when away from
home), Amazon Fire Stick, Samsung DVD Player (Plex), etc. It just
depends on the mood I'm in. Software used: EyeTV, Plex, HDHomerun's native stuff, Kodi plugins, the "Channels" app, InstaTV, etc. Each
seems to have its own strength and weakness, but it is nice seeing software finally evolving for TV!
Pardon my ignorance, but when you do this what is the source of your TV feed
I figured the Internet but then I read the part about scheduling recordings which you'd not need to do for the Internet sources I am aware of (i.e. Netflix, Hulu, etc.).
Source is just Over-The-Air... Having "cord-cutted" years ago, I just
went to the usual stuff (Netflix, Kodi, etc) and grabing stuff OTA. I'm using four tuners by Silicon Dust HDHomerun. (Two litle boxes, each
with two ATSC tuners..)