[mythtv] Next Scheduler Patch
bonawitz at MIT.EDU
Wed Mar 3 14:43:21 EST 2004
> But why would you ever want to reconstruct a program that consists of only
Suppose you were watching a baseball game, but during commercials you flip
to MTV, watch a 3-minute music video, and then flip back to the baseball
game. Halfway through the game, you realize it's getting really good, and
you wish you had recorded it for your friend to see. Hit record, and wizzo!
it gathers up all the fragments you've seen, stitches them together, and
records the rest of the game for you.
Perhaps it's a little contrived, but I came up with it pretty quickly; maybe
others would have more convincing situations.
From: mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org]
On Behalf Of Tako Schotanus
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 2:15 PM
To: Development of mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv] Next Scheduler Patch
But why would you ever want to reconstruct a program that consists of only
fragments? That way you'll never be able to get a complete program anyway.
Still, if you really wanted to you could just go to edit mode and do it
I'm not saying your example is wrong per se, maybe I just can't think of a
situation where this might be useful.
What I do think this exta info could be useful for is to show you what it is
you are watching if you rewind, that way you could still hit INFO and get
the right information. And of course if that info is there anyway you could
still implement the stuff you were suggestion so I guess I agree anyway :-)
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