Join Brad Wheeler for an in-depth discussion in this video Control OSMC with Chorus web server, part of Build a Raspberry Pi Media Server.
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- [Voiceover] Now that OSMC is set up,…and you have media to play,…let's look at how to control OSMC without a USB keyboard.…Since I've already set up OSMC's Chorus web server,…to access it I can open a web browser on my PC,…and type in my Raspberry PI's IP address.…If you don't remember your IP,…or if it's changed,…you can always scroll down to Settings…on a OSMC home screen.…And then open System Info, then Network.…Once you've entered your PI's IP address,…you should see the Chorus home screen.…On the right side of the screen,…you can see a playlist queue under the XMBC tab,…for content that's playing in OSMC.…
There's also a Local tab,…which controls any music you've set to play in your browser.…In-browser support for other types of content,…is more limited.…On the left side of the screen,…Chorus' main menu,…allows you to browse different kinds of content,…or search all files in your OSMC media sources.…If I click on Movies, for instance,…all the movies I've loaded into OSMC appear.…Clicking on the title of any film,…
Note: These instructions work with the Raspberry Pi 1, 2, and 3 models. OSMC does not support Netflix, Hulu, or HBO Go.
- Installing and configuring OSMC
- Backing up OSMC settings
- Playing local content
- Streaming remote and third-party content
- Controlling OSMC
- Using an IR remote