"XBMC is a free and open source media player application developed by the XBMC Foundation, a non-profit technology consortium. XBMC is available for multiple operating-systems and hardware platforms, with a 10-foot user interface for use with televisions and remote controls. It allows users to play and view most videos, music, such as podcasts from the internet, and all common digital media files from local and network storage media." - []
XBMC is available for a multitude of platforms:
- Raspberry Pi
The Alluc XBMC Add On
With the alluc xbmc add-on (courtesy of The_Silencer over at xbmchub, THANKS!), you can browse and use almost all links in allucs video database 100% ad free using the hassle-free XBMC media center user interface.
To get in contact with The_Silencer for feedback or support, please visit the official release-thread.
How to install alluc-XBMC
First, visit http://xbmc.org/download/ and download/install XBMC media center for the platform you will be using.
Once you have XBMC installed, you need to install the alluc repository from which you will be able to download & install the alluc Add-On.
If you are reinstalling to fix the addon after the alluc domain switch, remove your current installation by using settings->addons->enabled addons->alluc->uninstall before continuing with step #1.
#1 Download the alluc XBMC repository: http://xbmc.alluc.to/zips/repository.alluc/plugin.video.alluc-3.8.zip
If you are using a platform not allowing you to download files outside of XBMC you can navigate to System -> File Manager -> add source -> enter http://xbmc.alluc.to as source and name it alluc > OK, afterwards you will be able to browse to plugin.video.alluc-3.7.0.zip in the next steps as if you had downloaded it beforehand.
Installing the alluc-repository:
Navigate to SYSTEM
Install from zip file
browse to plugin.video.alluc-3.7.0.zip (either where you downloaded it or by using the file-resource you added)
After installation you will get a small pop up telling you ALLUC Official Repository Add-on Enabled(lower right-hand side).
Now that the repository is installed, you can install the alluc addon by going to "Get Add-ons".
Click "ALLUC Official Repository".
Click Video Add-ons
This will install the ALLUC official XBMC add-on, once everything is installed you will get a small pop up box saying alluc add-on enabled(lower right-hand side).
All set! You can now access the alluc database using your XBMC media center. Enjoy!
To start using the alluc add-on click the home icon or press Esc to go back to the home screen. From there, simply go to Videos->Add-ons->alluc
How to add alluc to XBMC Home screen
Navigate to SYSTEM
-> Add-on Shortcuts
Click Add-on 1 under home page videos submenu.
This will add the ALLUC XBMC add-on to your home screen:
Streamcloud + Unrestricted.li
If you are outside the EU, streamcloud.eu links normally wouldn't work for you but with alluc xbmc you can use unrestricted.li as proxy and instantly watch streamcloud.eu links from anywhere in the world. You can enable/disable streamcloud as well as whether or not to use unrestricted.li here: system -> settings -> add-ons -> alluc -> configure
The XXX section is hidden by default but can be activated here: system -> settings -> add-ons -> alluc -> configure
All credit for creation of the Alluc XBMC addon goes to The_Silencer. While alluc does host The_Silencer's work at http://xbmc.alluc.to in order to support the project, it can not take responsibility for any harm caused by code installed from xbmc.alluc.to. To get in contact with The_Silencer for support or feedback on the add-on, please visit the official release-thread