Mac OS X
|Devices||Mac OS X|
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XBMC for Mac runs natively on Mac OS X. Mac OS X can provide hardware video decoding for H.264 and MPEG2 video, though most CPUs are able to software decode other formats in 1080 as well. Macs can use the Apple TV remote, among others, for control of XBMC. An Intel Mac running OS X 10.6 or higher is required for XBMC.
1 Main topics
Other Mac-specific wiki pages for topics, guides, and advice. For everything else, standard XBMC pages will normally apply.
- HOW-TO:Install XBMC for Mac
- XBMC for Mac specific FAQ
- Supplemental tools/Mac OS X
- Developing XBMC for Mac
- Requires Mac OS X 10.6 and only runs on Intel Macs.
- HOW-TO:Compile XBMC for Mac OS X
- HOW-TO:Install Kodi for Mac
- HOW-TO:Use Handbrake on Mac to encode H.264 videos
4 Device specific info
These pages are maintained by the community and should not be considered an endorsement or recommendation. Device pages are made when there's a bunch of useful information for a particular device, and someone takes the time to make that page. Keep in mind, some devices simply don't need a page of specific information, but are still excellent devices.
Do not use this page as a guide for what to buy to run Kodi. Disclaimer
- x86 hardware (desktops, mini PCs, etc)
5 Random notes
Feel free to place various notes, tips, and links here. As this section of the wiki gets more organized, those notes will be properly sorted. Consider this like a dumping ground for when you're not sure where to put something.
- firewall pop up issue - http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?pid=1604493#pid1604493