OSD mods are modifications to the look of the On Screen Display of the WDTV. They do not add functionnality, but just alter the look and feel of the menus (including icons, default thumbnails, information bars, etc).
To install a OSD-MOD, download the mod (an .app file) and place it on the root of a USB drive attached to the WDTV on boot. A reboot will be required (unplug the power cord, or issue a 'reboot -f' from telnet/ssh).
OSD-MODs for WDLXTV
Here is a list of currently available OSD-MODs for the WDTV Gen1 running WDLXTV firmware.
A clean looking OSD for Gen 1 WDTV's
- Find it here: Silk
Gen 1 mod with msheet
Another good looking OSD mod for Gen 1 WDTV's
- Find it here: Gen 1 mod with msheet
Showcase Mod by Cylent
- Find it here
Reeltake2 Mod by Cylent
- Find it here
- Find them all here
OSD-MODs for WDLXTV-Live
Here is a list of currently available OSD-MODs for the WDTV Live (running Brad's WDLXTV-Live firmware).
Please note that not all OSD MODs will work with every firmware version! Most of these OSD MODs only work with basefirmware 1.02.21 and lower.
Cool OSD MOD
A very simple 1 icon (For each category) mod that is nice and easy!
- Find it here: LionsFan420
A mod that includes custom icons and a screensaver.
- Find it here: eM82's MOD
A mod that includes a lot of custom icons, thumbnail (folder image) icons for the user and wallpapers.
- Find it here: WDTV_live PsychoTHC
A mod that is a mixture of the default theme and Lilibabe's OSD-MOD for WDLXTV. Includes dark menus, the file browse layout and video overlay/options from Lilibabe's mod, and the crossbar from the default theme.
- Find it here: OSD-MOD: BlackLily
A mod that is based on Lilibabe's Picto OSD-MOD for WDLXTV. A grey, alu-brushed style background and futuristic fonts are inserted to create a pure and straightforward-looking mod, suiting Lilibabe's picto icons.
- Find it here: OSD-MOD: mrmadmod
A mod that turns all OSD to blind black, completely eliminating any menu. Just press play repeatedly to start the first movie in the folder. Invisible OSD was made to avoid a public audience to see internals: neat and clean, pitch black.
- Fint it here OSD-MOD: Invisible