Ladies and Gentlemen,
I will present a video where I will need to make frequent manual pauses during the presentation.
I would like to find a way to eliminate the intrusive black overlay on the bottom of the screen when the “Pause” key is pressed.
Can anyone, please, provide me with a suggestion or software tweaking to do that?
I am using the WD TV Live Hub Media Center with the latest firmware installed.
I would really appreciate comments and suggestions.
Regards and Happy Holidays to all.
here you go … http://community.wd.com/t5/WD-TV-Live-Streaming/Need-custom-theme-that-doesn-t-display-subtitle-audio-window/m-p/688953#M28894
ignore the install instructions … for the WDTV Live Hub you need to unzip the file and transfer the theme via a network connection to .wd_tv\theme</strong>
p.s. you’re in the wrong forum, i will request a moderator to move your post
Thank you for your prompt reply and directing me to the proper forum.
The “NoVideoOverlay” zip file has 3 xml files and a folder called “image” containing 10 png files - 3kb each.
After unzipping “NoVideoOverlay” I moved its content to the directory .wd_tv\theme\
When I look into Setup/User Interface Themes I see 2 themes - Mochi (standard WD theme) an image.
If I select “image” the interface does not change.
My conclusion is:
- I did not get the correct theme
- I did not install it in the correct place
Out of curiosity when I browse the .wd_tv\theme\ directory I do not see the standard Mochi theme ?!?!
Please help me understand what I am doing wrong.
1. Extract NoVideoOverlays.zip
2. Copy and Paste the Entire “Folder” NoVideoOverlays into .wd_tv\theme directory
Like so …
3. On the WDTV Live Hub press “Setup” on your remote, select “Appearance”, then select “User Interface Themes”, select “NoVideoOverlays” then when prompted select “Apply theme”
Note: the default “Mochi” theme … is stored in “Flash Memory” and does not reside on the Internal HDD
This is a “fail safe” … so if you have any problems with a user created theme, the Mochi theme will always be there as a fallback.
Thank you very much.
It works as expected.
Question: Is there documentation available that describes the function of the xml files?
My best to you,
This is my explanation of how video_run.xml works (color legend)
(note: some firmware revisions used video_run_buf.xml which is exactly the the same as video_run.xml
i included both for compatibility )
delete / modify whatever you please