SiliconDust has announced DLNA support for their HDHomeRun Prime, but we still need a device with DTCP-IP support to play protected content (like that from Bright House Networks - where everything is copy-once protected).
I'd really want to use XBMC to watch TV and
my movies - it's a great interface and far above Windows Media Center (WMC). I'm looking for alternatives to WMC (which is the ONLY one to support this now).
Does anyone think that XBMC will ever be able to do this via an add-on (pay or free)? I'd be willing to pay for an add-on if I could watch TV through XBMC (that supported protected content).
Wonder about thesehttp://www.digion.com/en/pf/dtcpipdms/index.htm
They seem to have software and an SDK
I know PS3 supports DTCP (but I'm not interested in one), the new Netgear NeoTV units may support DTCP, but are around $129 or so. Would be nice if the Raspberry Pi (ARM based) supported DTCP in it's hardware or something as it can play XBMC now. There are PVR Live TV add-ons for XBMC for it too.
Any thoughts on this?