fishBMC has been merged into XBMC and will be part of the next major release for Linux and OS-X. Any download links you may still find on this page are probably outdated. If you would like to see fishBMC in action, you can use a prerelease version of XBMC 13 “Gotham”.
Out now! And with OS-X support!
This release fixes a certain crash on 32-bit Linux systems. You can find the download links on the 26elf front page. The repo has also been updated.
FishBMC has received a handful of feature enhancements. There is now an optional persistence file, which enables faster initialization. Also, many optical tweaks have been incorporated, and the sound data is more completely used. You can download the Add-On here: 32-bit (outdated) or 64-bit (outdated)
If you prefer the repository way of installing, download this (64-bit only)
Still, only Linux 64-bit has been tested. Please report success or failure on other platforms to marcel at 26elf dot at.
fishBMC is making good progress. The visualisation works flawlessly, Settings have been implemented. The code still needs to become more portable. Download the source from HERE. Some more screenshots:
I have started writing an XBMC plugin based on fische, called fishBMC.
Here’s one of the first screenshots: