Is the NVR connected to the same router or are you trying to connect to it over an internet connection? What brand of NVR is it?
Are you smart TVs running Android or?
google android tv stick or android tv box
Simple inexpensive and works
How could this possibly work unless the raspberry is connected using VNC or a remote viewing application and directly connected to the TV. Interesting I guess that would work, I plan to use an HDMI output from my computer and use a digital RF modulator to send the signal to all sets. I have it working now with Tivo and an Apple TV. I am using this device. I tune to channel 10.1 and see my Apple TV as of now I can use Airparrot to send wirelessly any screen from my computer to the apple TV. On an unrelated topic you can also use logmein from an IPAD and have great control over your NVR. Much better than Teamviewer or go to my PC.
You are correct, the NVR I use has a poor web client. No reason your plan would not work. Plus it can give you wireless to each TV for an inexpensive price. The only challange is the reliability of the wireless depending on the enviroment, it is a good solution if you want a different view on each set. If you want the same source on each set and you can run a coax cable the digital RF modulation is a good solution.
Seems like we need someone to read this tutorial and write an app for this to run directly on Smart TVs.
Is the requirement to connect wirelessly? Do you want a different camera or set of cameras on each TV ? Depending on the goals that would present a different set of solutions.
I just set up my home system to connect to a Digital HiDef modulated device. I used an DVI to HDMI cable to connect the NVR to the HIDEF RF Modulater. I have several TVS in my house and have a full screen view of my back yard. This requires an inexpensive COAX cable to each set. Same source distributed to several sets does not need to be a smart TV just one that accepts digital channels.
I imagine you could use the web browser in some sets that would be less expensive but clumsy to use. You could even use an IPAD and an Apple TV wirelessly with airplay.
FLIR Security | 09/06/13 01:30am
The solution requested includes being able to view recorded video as well.
How can you accomplish that without using something (like a web browser or proprietary management client, which would need to be installed on the viewing device) to connect to the NVRs webserver service?
I think this was Leonards original point...
The concern I woudl have over the Google TV is its longevity and supportability. I still like my plan of the RF modulation but the Rasberry is here to stay and frankly if that will work it could be effective in Johns Recomendation and but also as a solution for what I want to accomplish. If I can stack the units and connect them to rf modulation I can change channels as I wish and have the same source on multiple TVs. For example in a home installation you can have a setup so the homeowner can turn on channel 10.1 from any set and see the front door. 11.1 and see the driveway and so on. If that has no value to you then connecting the the Raspberry directly to the TV over ethernet or wifi that would make more sense. The only reasonable way to control this without allot of extra keyboards and confusion is to use one computer and something like logmein to access them. I mentioned it earlier I like logmein more than Team Viewer and Go to my PC. Logmein makes it easy to control the PC. You could use an IPad to choose the set you want to manage and get to your recorded content.
Do any of the remote support products like log me in or TeamViewer work with this. I still think to keep it clean and simple you would want a central spot to manage this . Especially if you want to play content back