First there were Apple products. Then there was XBMC. Third-party device manufacturers joined the party to, officially. A Windows hack was also created, to couple with the XBMC hack. And now, Linux. Good old Linux, without XBMC, has recieved the love, nice and simply, courtesy of a plug-in for Totem Media Player.
The plug-in will allow your Linux box to communicate with devices such as the iPad, iPhone, et al over Apple’s ‘AirPlay’ protocol.
AirPlay now features some pretty nifty features – such as continuing video playback on your TV, once you arrive home and pick up WiFi. This kind of seamless integration is a rare treat, and one we’re sure you iGuys will snap right up.
Video after the break.