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Building your own smart home media experience (be it using a Raspberry Pi, dedicated HTPC / media server or just a smart media device) can be overwhelming if you don't know where to start.
My training courses are guided learning paths that will help you to make your HTPC the center of your home.
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In this updated tutorial, you will learn how to set up the new Raspberry Pi 3 B+ as a complete entertainment center solution with the right accessories.
In this post, I will show you the perfect way to control your HTPC using a Logitech Harmony Smart remote and Flirc adapter.
In this updated guide, I will cover the steps needed to setup your own Network Attached Storage (NAS server) to store all your media files in a home cloud.
In this extensive and updated guide, I will walk you through the relevant customization tips and tricks needed to take your new Kodi installation to the next level.
Have you ever wondered how you can automatically record live TV and watch recordings on multiple devices? Learn how to build a DIY Digital Video Recorder (DVR) that can automatically record all of your favorite live TV shows.
I wish I knew about these common pitfalls when I built my first media PC. In this post you will learn solutions to common first time builder's problems. HTPC Builder's Checklist in PDF included!
In this practical and updated guide, you will learn how to seamlessly use Netflix, Hulu, HBO Go, Amazon Instant Video, and more with Kodi.
I will show you how to use PlayOn desktop application and their new PlayOn Cloud streaming video recorder iOS app to record and download streaming shows and movies.
In this post, you will learn what is the difference between 4K and Ultra HD, whether it is a good time to go for a 4K HTPC and where to get Ultra HD content.
After reading this post, you’ll have a better idea of how to minimize user effort while providing quick and smooth access to your media content.
In this post, I will highlight the most useful Kodi add-ons from the official and unofficial repositories sorted by the frequency I use them.