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  1. AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher

    AMD/ATI Pixel Clock Patcher modifies the AMD/ATI video driver to allow higher resolutions and refresh rates by removing the 165 MHz pixel clock limit for single-link DVI and HDMI, the 330 MHz limit for dual-link DVI, and the 400 MHz limit for VGA.
    Requirements:
    Windows Vista or later 5000-series GPU or newer CrossFire requirements: R9 285/290/290X/295X2 and newer cards can handle higher pixel clocks without CrossFire bridges. Older cards require two CrossFire bridges if the pixel clock is greater than 300 MHz. This is only possible with cards that have two connectors. It will not work properly with more than two cards. Dual-GPU cards such as the 7990 will not work properly at higher pixel clocks. Compatibility:
    Version 1.4.6 is compatible with Catalyst 11.9 to Crimson 17.12.2. It can be used with future versions if it finds the limits you need. Getting started:
    Run atikmdag-patcher.exe. (If you only need the BIOS signature patch, rename it to atikmdag-patcher-bios.exe first.) If all limits are found, click "Yes" to patch and sign. If a limit is not found or if multiple matches are found, the patcher needs to be updated. Reboot. You can then add higher refresh rates using Custom Resolution Utility (CRU).
    To restore the unpatched driver, run the patcher again and click "Yes" to restore from backup.
    Unpatching is not required before upgrading drivers. Simply run the patcher again after installing the new driver.
    Known issues:
    Legacy drivers may have issues with HDCP and video acceleration with the patch. Workarounds for video playback issues with legacy drivers: Disable hardware acceleration in the Flash Player settings (right-click on any Flash video and click "Settings..."). Use the Codec Tweak Tool to disable DXVA hardware acceleration under "Various Tweaks" (in the "Miscellaneous" section). AMD/ATI cards have a design limitation unrelated to the patch that causes video acceleration to scramble the screen if the vertical blanking/total is below standard with the video card's memory overclocked or with multiple monitors connected. Skype is known to trigger this problem. Either don't overclock the video card's memory, or use the "LCD standard" vertical blanking/total in CRU. AMD/ATI cards require the "LCD standard" vertical blanking/total to reduce the memory clock when idle. Horizontal values can still be reduced if necessary. Recent changes:
    1.4.6: Find new HDMI-DVI limit. 1.4.5: Updated for 17.4.1. Find new DP-DVI/HDMI limit. 1.4.4: Find BIOS signature check. 1.4.3: Fixed HBlank limit for 16.12.1. 1.4.2: Find 56 horizontal blanking (HBlank) limit. 1.4.1: Fixed an issue that prevented the driver from loading correctly with earlier versions of Windows 10. This does not affect the anniversary update. 1.4.0: Updated for 16.9.1. Changed the way the driver is located and patched. Replaced 640x480 limit with low-resolution limit. Fixed VGA limit for 32-bit. 1.3.6: Find 10-resolution limit for Radeon Settings. 1.3.5: Updated for 15.11 Crimson. Find 640x480 limit for Radeon Settings. 1.3.4: Try to improve finding DVI/HDMI limit for newer drivers. Removed blue screen workaround for 14.6/14.7. 1.3.3: Updated for 15.3. Fixed DVI/HDMI limit for 32-bit. 1.3.2: Updated for 15.2. Fixed DVI/HDMI limit for 64-bit. 1.3.1: Find 297 MHz HDMI 1.3+ limits. Run 3 times to properly repatch an existing installation. 1.3: Removed blue screen workaround for 14.9. Fall back to self-signing if signing fails. 1.2.7: Attempt to work around some antivirus false positives. Repatching is not necessary. 1.2.6: Fixed AMD APP encoding for 14.6. 1.2.5: Updated for 14.6. Fixed TMDS and VGA limits. Implemented workaround for SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION blue screens. 1.2.4: Updated for 14.4. Fixed SL limit on DL-DVI. 1.2.3: Updated for 13.30 and upcoming 14.x releases. 1.2.2: Find new HDMI limit for 12.9+. 1.2.1: Find 400 MHz VGA limit. 1.2: Test mode no longer required.

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  2. XFX GTS Black Core Edition RX 580 8GB

    Brand: XFX
    Series: Black Edition
    Model: RX-580P828D6
    Memory: Samsung Hynix
    ORIGINAL: 
    1500: 999000000000000022339D00CE516A3E80551212B40B450A004AE400750314204A8900A002007124150F2A30A4283516 1625: 999000000000000022449D00105A7B4480551312B88C250B004C0401750514204A8900A00200712417112E34B22A3916 1750: 999000000000000022559D0031627C4990551313BC0D060C004C04017D0714204A8900A00200712419123138C02D3D17 2000: BBB000000000000022889D0073EE8D53A055151743CFB60D004E24010E0A14204A8900A0030071241C143840DB324418 2250: BBB000000000000033BB9D00D6FEAF5EC05517174BD1770F005264011E0E14204A8900A00300712420173F48F7384C1A 1500:
    1500: 777000000000000022AA1C00B56A6D46C0551017BE8E060C006AE6000C081420EA8900AB030000001B162C31C0313F17 1625: 777000000000000022AA1C00B56A6D46C0551017BE8E060C006AE6000C081420EA8900AB030000001B162C31C0313F17 1750: 777000000000000022AA1C00B56A6D46C0551017BE8E060C006AE6000C081420EA8900AB030000001B162C31C0313F17 2000: 777000000000000022AA1C00B56A6D46C0551017BE8E060C006AE6000C081420EA8900AB030000001B162C31C0313F17 2250: 777000000000000022AA1C00B56A6D46C0551017BE8E060C006AE6000C081420EA8900AB030000001B162C31C0313F17

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  3. Autologon for Windows

    Autologon enables you to easily configure Windows’ built-in autologon mechanism. Instead of waiting for a user to enter their name and password, Windows uses the credentials you enter with Autologon, which are encrypted in the Registry, to log on the specified user automatically.
    Autologon is easy enough to use. Just run autologon.exe, fill in the dialog, and hit Enable. To turn off auto-logon, hit Disable. Also, if the shift key is held down before the system performs an autologon, the autologon will be disabled for that logon. You can also pass the username, domain and password as command-line arguments:
    autologon user domain password

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  4. MAXON CINEBENCH

    What is MAXON CINEBENCH?
    CINEBENCH is a real-world cross platform test suite that evaluates your computer's performance capabilities. CINEBENCH is based on MAXON's award-winning animation software CINEMA 4D, which is used extensively by studios and production houses worldwide for 3D content creation. MAXON software has been used in blockbuster movies such as Iron Man 3, Oblivion, Life of Pi or Prometheus and many more.
    Main Processor Performance (CPU)
    The test scenario uses all of your system's processing power to render a photorealistic 3D scene (from the viral "No Keyframes" animation by AixSponza). This scene makes use of various algorithms to stress all available processor cores.
    In fact, CINEBENCH can measure systems with up to 256 processor threads. This test scene contains approximately 2,000 objects which in turn contain more than 300,000 polygons in total, and uses sharp and blurred reflections, area lights, shadows, procedural shaders, antialiasing, and much more. The result is displayed in points (pts). The higher the number, the faster your processor.
    Graphics Card Performance (OpenGL)
    This procedure uses a complex 3D scene depicting a car chase (created by renderbaron) which measures the performance of your graphics card in OpenGL mode. The performance depends on various factors, such as the GPU processor on your hardware, on the drivers used. The graphics card has to display a huge amount of geometry (nearly 1 million polygons) and textures, as well as a variety of effects, such as environments, bump maps, transparency, lighting and more to evaluate the performance across different disciplines and give a good average overview of the capabilities of your graphics hardware. The result is measured in frames per second (fps). The higher the number, the faster your graphics card is.

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  5. AIDA64 Extreme

    AIDA64 Extreme is an industry-leading system information tool, loved by PC enthusiasts around the world, which not only provides extremely detailed information about both hardware and installed software, but also helps users diagnose issues and offers benchmarks to measure the performance of the computer.
    AIDA64 Extreme has a hardware detection engine unrivaled in its class. It provides detailed information about installed software and offers diagnostic functions and support for overclocking. As it is monitoring sensors in real time, it can gather accurate voltage, temperature and fan speed readings, while its diagnostic functions help detect and prevent hardware issues. It also offers a couple of benchmarks for measuring either the performance of individual hardware components or the whole system. It is compatible with all 32-bit and 64-bit Windows editions, including Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
    System Requirements
    Operating system: Windows 95/98/Me, Windows NT4/2000, Windows XP, Windows PE, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016
    Processor: Intel Pentium or later
    Required disk space to install: 30 MB

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  6. CrystalDiskMark

    CrystalDiskMark is a disk benchmark software.It measure sequential reads/writes speed,measure random 512KB, 4KB, 4KB (Queue Depth=32) reads/writes speed,select test data (Random, 0Fill, 1Fill),provide theme support and Multi-Language support.
    CrystalDiskMark is designed to quickly test the performance of your hard drives. Currently, the program allows to measure sequential and random read/write speeds. Read more at: http://tr.im/IU3Xa

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  7. ATTO Disk Benchmark

    The ATTO Disk Benchmark performance measurement tool is compatible with Microsoft Windows. Measure your storage systems performance with various transfer sizes and test lengths for reads and writes. Several options are available to customize your performance measurement including queue depth, overlapped I/O and even a comparison mode with the option to run continuously. Use ATTO Disk Benchmark to test any manufacturers RAID controllers, storage controllers, host bus adapters (HBAs), hard drives and SSD drives and notice that ATTO products will consistently provide the highest level of performance to your storage.
    Specifications:
    Transfer sizes from 512KB to 8MB Transfer lengths from 64KB to 2GB Support for overlapped I/O Supports a variety of queue depths I/O comparisons with various test patterns Timed mode allows continuous testing Non-destructive performance measurement on formatted drives

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  8. BootRacer

    BootRacer is a free utility that measures how long it takes your PC to boot up and saves it in an archive. You can use it to compare boot times when you make changes, such as removing programs from your startup file. It doesn't display your boot record, though it does measure Time to Logon, Logon to Desktop, and other increments. It writes events to the standard event log, which you can view with Windows Event Viewer. It can't make any changes to your system that affect your boot time, but it will try to get you to buy software that can. However, that doesn't stop you from making your own changes to your boot sequence in the Windows System Configuration tool and using BootRacer to test and compare their effects.
    BootRacer's ultrasimple interface offers a minimum of controls: just Start, Advanced, and Exit buttons to the side, and two more buttons labeled Speed my PC and Show History beneath. Under Advanced, we could access a manual, get support, and access the options, most of which apply to how BootRacer behaves when your system starts. We made our selections and closed any other programs we had opened since BootRacer needed to reboot our system to do its thing. We rebooted, and BootRacer tracked our boot time with an onscreen display. When our system had finished booting, BootRacer displayed our current boot results on its main page, including Time to Logon and Time to Desktop. Clicking Show History opened a table recording our boot event and displaying its duration in seconds and on a bar graph. With BootRacer enabled, each subsequent boot was recorded, enabling us to compare each startup event. Clicking Speed up PC took us to a link to download a system cleaner.
    Though you can use BootRacer just for fun, it provides an overview of your startup time that's easier to use than the Event Viewer, which is great for making quick checks of any changes you make to your system.

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  9. Hyper PI

    A SuperPi Front end

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  10. Intel NAS Performance Toolkit

    The Intel® NAS Performance Toolkit (NASPT) is a file system exerciser and analysis tool designed to enable direct measurement of home network attached storage (NAS) performance. Designed to emulate the behavior of an actual application, NASPT uses a set of real world workload traces gathered from typical digital home applications. Traces of high definition video playback and recording, office productivity applications, video rendering/content creation and more provide a broad range of different application behaviors. With the latest version of NASPT, users may even add their own custom traces. NASPT reproduces the file system traffic recorded in these traces onto whatever storage solution the user provides, records the system response, and reports a rich variety of performance information.
    NASPT includes an intuitive graphical user interface to get teams up and running quickly, a graphical data analyzer for in-depth performance investigations, and a convenient batch mode feature for performing multiple test runs with a single click.
    While NASPT runs on a 32-bit client version of Windows XP or Windows Vista, the target NAS device may run any operating system.
    Version 1.7.0 adds the ability for users to add their own custom workloads to the lists of test run the NASPT, further expanding the utility and flexibility of the Intel NAS Performance Toolkit. Version 1.7.0 also adds support for the Windows Vista operating system.
    Version 1.7.1 relaxes the operating system check to allow the program to run on 32-bit client versions of Windows 7. The program also checks for host systems with large amounts of installed memory, issuing a warning message when appropriate. Large amounts of host DRAM skew test results by enabling the host machine to cache large amounts of storage data locally rather than making requests of the NAS device the program is supposed to be testing. This can lead to higher scores than the NAS device itself can deliver. Most testers will not want their host machines "helping" in this way. Version 1.7.1 is otherwise identical to v1.7.0.

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  11. Launcher4Kodi

    What Launcher4Kodi can do?
    Start XBMC automatically when Windows starts. Or set XBMC to boot directly without loading the Windows explorer and desktop by changing the shell. iMONonXBMC users should not change the shell as explorer is needed for iMONonXBMC to work correctly. Keep XBMC on focus so that no other application can steal the focus of your remote control presses. Creates a System Tray icon for XBMCLauncher from which you can configure its functions. Set the time for focus check. Temporarily disable the focus by using Win+F9 shortcut. Change the Shutdown menu of XBMC to set Shutdown, Sleep or Hibernate the system. When resumed from Sleep and Hibernation, XBMC is started again. Start Windows desktop when you press Exit button of XBMC if you changed the shell to xbmc. Handle MCE Remote control Green Start Button to start XBMC Start XBMConIMON and IMON manager automatically for those with IMON products. Option to manually specify the path of XBMC, XBMConIMON and IMON manager Paths are automatically selected without any user interaction. Customized installation. Select only the components you need. All replaced files are backed up so that your system is returned to the previous state when you uninstall the XBMC Launcher.

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  12. XBMCLauncher

    What XBMCLauncher can do?
    Start XBMC automatically when Windows starts. Or set XBMC to boot directly without loading the Windows explorer and desktop by changing the shell. iMONonXBMC users should not change the shell as explorer is needed for iMONonXBMC to work correctly. Keep XBMC on focus so that no other application can steal the focus of your remote control presses. Creates a System Tray icon for XBMCLauncher from which you can configure its functions. Set the time for focus check. Temporarily disable the focus by using Win+F9 shortcut. Change the Shutdown menu of XBMC to set Shutdown, Sleep or Hibernate the system. When resumed from Sleep and Hibernation, XBMC is started again. Start Windows desktop when you press Exit button of XBMC if you changed the shell to xbmc. Handle MCE Remote control Green Start Button to start XBMC Start XBMConIMON and IMON manager automatically for those with IMON products. Option to manually specify the path of XBMC, XBMConIMON and IMON manager Paths are automatically selected without any user interaction. Customized installation. Select only the components you need. All replaced files are backed up so that your system is returned to the previous state when you uninstall the XBMC Launcher.

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  13. Plex Unsupported App store

    The Unsupported Appstore is a plugin for the Plex Media Server to ease the process of finding, downloading, installing, updating and (if need be) uninstalling unsupported Plex plugins. Please note that the plugins available here-in are not supported by the Plex Media Server "Plex Online" store for a a reason (possibly more than one reason). They may be unstable, unfinished, or provide access to content which may be offensive. If you are having trouble with any of the plugins available through this app, please contact the plugin's author for support. The author of the Unsupported Appstore takes no responsibility for the content/stability/suitability of the contained plugins and any complaints or requests for support in relation to specific plugins will be ignored.

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  14. 2GB Test

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software.  For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer a 2gb file to and from a NAS. 
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:  First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\2gbtest.  After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\2gbtest folder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“.  Please note that this batch file uses the command for robocopy and fsutil.  Windows 7 should have these by default.  If you are running Windows XP and do not have robocopy, you need to download the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit (directly from Microsoft).
    The batch file requires admin authentication to use the fsutil command.  This command creates the file at 2GB.  You will be prompted by Windows to allow this application to execute with these privileges. The script will try to find files that may already exist within the C:\2gbtest folder and remove them.
    Once you are ready to proceed, just press any button on your keyboard. The benchmark will then create a file that is exactly 2GB in size
    Next, the application will ask you 3 very specific and important questions:
    The hostname or IP of your NAS (example answer would be : SERVER) The Shared folder on the NAS to run the test from (example answer would be: documents) How many times you want the test to loop (example answer would be: 10) This will create a path for robocopy of \\SERVER\Documents\2gbtest\
    The application will then run through the test, looping for as many times as requested.  Once completed, it will create a .CSV file with the results in MB/m form as reported by robocopy.  At the bottom of this document, it will calculate the average result for each test in “To NAS” and “From NAS” and then divide it by the number 60 (for seconds in a minute) to calculate the results in the form of MB/s.

    Just to note, the above results were generated using a file size or 50,050 bytes for the purposes of this tutorial.
    Thinking about it, if documented properly, you can use these results to benchmark LAN and WIFI speeds on your network or to calculate your network adapter’s performance.
    If you find this useful, please drop us a line in the comment section below.  If you find a way to make this better please let us know.

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  15. Avatartest

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software.  For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer the Avatar ISO to and from a NAS. 
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:  First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\avatartest.  After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\avatartest folder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“.  Please note that this batch file uses the command for robocopy and fsutil.  Windows 7 should have these by default.  If you are running Windows XP and do not have robocopy, you need to download the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit (directly from Microsoft).
    The batch file requires admin authentication to use the fsutil command.  This command creates the Avatar ISO file at 46.6GB (50,050,629,632 bytes).  You will be prompted by Windows to allow this application to execute with these privileges. The script will try to find files that may already exist within the C:\avatartest folder and remove them.
    Once you are ready to proceed, just press any button on your keyboard. The benchmark will then create a file avatar.iso that is exactly 50,050,629,632 in size (or 46.6GB), the same size as the original Avatar ISO that was used in our benchmarking.
    Next, the application will ask you 3 very specific and important questions:
    The hostname or IP of your NAS (example answer would be : SERVER) The Shared folder on the NAS to run the test from (example answer would be: documents) How many times you want the test to loop (example answer would be: 10) This will create a path for robocopy of \\SERVER\Documents\avatartest\
    The application will then run through the test, looping for as many times as requested.  Once completed, it will create a .CSV file with the results in MB/m form as reported by robocopy.  At the bottom of this document, it will calculate the average result for each test in “To NAS” and “From NAS” and then divide it by the number 60 (for seconds in a minute) to calculate the results in the form of MB/s.

    Just to note, the above results were generated using a file size or 50,050 bytes for the purposes of this tutorial.
    Thinking about it, if documented properly, you can use these results to benchmark LAN and WIFI speeds on your network or to calculate your network adapter’s performance.
    If you find this useful, please drop us a line in the comment section below.  If you find a way to make this better please let us know.

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  16. MP3Test

    We, at computingondemand.com, had been looking for a way to benchmark a NAS in a repeatable form without the need to buy additional software.  For us, we had been performing a test in our NAS reviews that benchmarks the speed at which you can transfer a large number of MP3s with consistent file sizes to and from a NAS. 
    INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:  First, extract the zip (located below) file to c:\mp3test.  After that, all you have to do is execute the StartTest shortcut in the c:\mp3testfolder by right clicking it and choosing “Run as Administrator“.  Please note that this batch file uses the command for robocopy and fsutil.  Windows 7 should have these by default.  If you are running Windows XP and do not have robocopy, you need to download the Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit (directly from Microsoft).
    The batch file requires admin authentication to use the fsutil command.  This command creates 200 MP3 Files.  You will be prompted by Windows to allow this application to execute with these privileges. The script will try to find files that may already exist within the C:\mp3testfolder and remove them.
    Once you are ready to proceed, just press any button on your keyboard. The benchmark will then create 200 MP3 Files (non playable) in repeatable sizes
    Next, the application will ask you 3 very specific and important questions:
    The hostname or IP of your NAS (example answer would be : SERVER) The Shared folder on the NAS to run the test from (example answer would be: documents) How many times you want the test to loop (example answer would be: 10) This will create a path for robocopy of \\SERVER\Documents\mp3test\
    The application will then run through the test, looping for as many times as requested.  Once completed, it will create a .CSV file with the results in MB/m form as reported by robocopy.  At the bottom of this document, it will calculate the average result for each test in “To NAS” and “From NAS” and then divide it by the number 60 (for seconds in a minute) to calculate the results in the form of MB/s.

    Just to note, the above results were generated using a file size or 50,050 bytes for the purposes of this tutorial.
    Thinking about it, if documented properly, you can use these results to benchmark LAN and WIFI speeds on your network or to calculate your network adapter’s performance.
    If you find this useful, please drop us a line in the comment section below.  If you find a way to make this better please let us know.

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  17. PS3BluMote

    Allows you to use the official Sony PlayStation 3 Blu-ray Bluetooth remote (and other compatible PS3 remotes) within Windows by emulating a keyboard.

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  18. HDHR Viewer

    This plug-in was created for personal usage stream from HDHomeRun PRIME to Roku 3. This allows up to 3 TV streams to be viewed by 3 different clients simultaneously. Due to Plex limitations with live streams, I  wouldn't recommend buying a HDHomeRun device solely to run with Plex and this Plug In. This plug-in should work with DLNA-enabled HDHomeRun (PRIME, PLUS, DUAL Gen 4).
    Due to Plex limitations with live streams, I wouldn’t recommend buying a HDHomeRun device solely to run with Plex and this plug-in. This plug-in should work with DLNA-enabled HDHomeRun (PRIME, PLUS, DUAL Gen 4).
    This plug-in should work on any Plex Media Server OS, and almost any client (Android, iOS, Roku, FireTV, Web Browsers, etc).
    Current Development Environment:
    HDHomeRun PLUS (HDTC-2US) Intel i5-3570K Windows 7 64-bit SP1 Tested Server Environment:
    Windows 7 64-bit SP1 + Intel i5-3570K + HDHomeRun PRIME/PLUS
    Three 1080 transcoding sessions. OSX Maverick (Mid-2013 MacBook Air) + Intel i5-4250U + HDHomeRun PLUS
    Single 1080 transcoding session. Tested Client Environment:
    Android (HTC One M7 Lollipop) Android (Amazon FireTV stick) iOS (iPad 2) Plex Home Theater (Windows/OSX) Roku 3 Web Browser (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari) Instructions:
    Unzip and copy the .bundle to your PMS plug-in directory. Set the HDHomeRun IP address in the plug-in settings.

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  19. ZAP2XML

    zap2xml setup:
    Register your free Zap2it.com TV Listings account (zip/postal code and select lineup) Click "Set Preferences": Checkmark "Show six hour grid" Checkmark "Show only my favorite channels in the grid" Select your favorite channels from the "Available Channels" and put them in the "My Favorite Channels" list Click "Save" Run zap2xml with the userEmail and password parameters of your account Optionally set up a cron job/task scheduler task to run it every day zap2xml options (case sensitive):
    -u <username> -p <password> -d <# of days> (default = 7) -n <# of no-cache days> (from end) (default = 0) -N <# of no-cache days> (from start) (default = 0) -s <start day offset> (default = 0) -o <output xml filename> (default = "xmltv.xml") -c <cacheDirectory> (default = "cache") -l <lang> (default = "en") -i <iconDirectoryi> (default = don't download channel icons) -m <#> = offset program times by # minutes (better to use TZ env var) -x = output XTVD xml file format (default = XMLTV) -w = wait on exit (require keypress before exiting) -q = quiet (no status output) -r <# of connection retries before failure> (default = 3, max 20) -e = encode entities (html special characters like accents) -E "amp apos quot lt gt" = selectively encode standard XML entities -F = output channel names first (rather than "number name") -O = use old tv_grab_na style channel ids (C###nnnn.zap2it.com) -A "new live" = append " *" to program titles that are "new" and/or "live" -U = UTF-8 encoding (default = "ISO-8859-1") -L = output "<live />" tag (not part of xmltv.dtd) -T = don't cache files containing programs with "To Be Announced" titles -P <http://proxyhost:port> = to use an http proxy -C <configuration file> (default = "~/.zap2xmlrc") -S <#seconds> sleep between requests to prevent flooding of server -D = include extra program details (S##E##) = 1 extra http request per program! -I = include program icons (image URLs) - 1 extra http request per program! Example 1: "zap2xml -u [email protected] -p password"
    Example 2: "zap2xml -u [email protected] -p password -o myfile.xml -e -D"
    To minimize web traffic zap2xml keeps all downloaded files in a cache subdirectory. It deletes old files in this directory based on last access time. (if last access > days + 2)
    zap2xml uses your system's time and timezone so make sure your system clock is correct. Set your TZ environment variable before running zap2xml if you want to change the timezone of scheduled programs (ie: export TZ=GMT).
    zap2xml is written in perl. Perl is also packaged for windows and needs the TimeDate package to be installed from the Perl Package Manager (ppm install TimeDate))

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  20. ZAP2XML Sample Batch File

    Sample Batch file for zap2xml.

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  21. Blazetamer's Repo

    "Cliq" Includes iLive Streams, Movies, Tv Shows, Cartoons and Sports from several source websites. Content is updated daily. Download Movies and Shows to your library with a Queue!! Has add-on Wide Favorites! If you want it all Just Cliq

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  22. Genesis

    Genesis addon for XBMC / Kodi

    743 downloads

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  23. iHeartRadio

    Listen to more than 1,500 live radio stations from coast-to-coast including pop, country, urban, rock, talk, and college. Browse radio stations by music genre and location.

    499 downloads

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  24. Phoenix

    Phoenix has come along way and offers streaming of TV shows, films, sports and tons more.

    909 downloads

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  25. Navi-X

    Navi-X is a "content aggregator" app that streams multimedia content on the internet from a public directory of user contributed links and site scrapers on to your TV, PC and mobile devices! Users can link to multimedia on the internet and playback video, audio, pictures, podcasts, text, rss and xml from the internet, as well as share it with people around the world in seconds! Create fully customizable playlists with backgrounds, logos and icons as well as link to your favorite multimedia on the internet or just browse the already existing directory of publicly available content, in one sleek, fast and unified application! Navi-X is a multi-platform addon for XBMC, the popular, award-winning free media center application for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS (Apple TV, iPhone and iPads).

    251 downloads

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