[mythtv] Per Channel post processing setting?
wimfokkens at planet.nl
Sun Jul 16 19:01:20 UTC 2006
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-dev-bounces at mythtv.org]
> Namens Michael T. Dean
> Verzonden: woensdag 12 juli 2006 2:40
> Aan: Development of mythtv
> Onderwerp: Re: [mythtv] Per Channel post processing setting?
> On 07/11/06 19:08, Bruce Markey wrote:
> >Michael T. Dean wrote:
> >>TTBOMK, there is no "per channel post processing" setting.
> >Your knowledge is pretty good but I don't know why you didn't know
> >that Donovan added playback filters for the situation where hardware
> >encoded files needed filtering which could only be imposed during
> >Go to mythtv-setup Channel Editor. near the bottom of the first
> >page is "Playback filters:" just below "Video filters:". Both
> >Video filters (applied before compression with software encoding)
> >and Playback filters (applied after decoding recordings from that
> >channel during playback) can include any of the filters described
> >in the HOWTO (other than bob).
Ok but this is on the backend so this will apply to all my frontend's. This
is problem because I have only one frontend that is powerful enough to do a
lot of post processing (pentuim d805). My 2 other frontend's (Celeron 800 &
900) will choke if I set to much post processing here.
> >You can also apply per frontend filters which applies to all reocrdings
> >in Setup->TV Settings->Playback. This is where bob or other deinterlace
> >filters can be set but you could also add other "Custom Filters".
Ok but this settings apply to all channels and I don't want to apply post
processing on channels that are good quality or HD channels.
I think all these setting are great but are in the wrong place. I think I
would be best to have per channel settings on the frontend.
> Wow. I knew about the per-frontend playback filters, but didn't realize
> you could specify them on a per-channel basis. Good to know--and I
> guess I need to spend more time in mythtv-setup. :) Thanks for the
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