[mythtv] [mythtv-commits] Ticket #4026: Default playback group for XvMC does not invclude 1080I/P

Steve Daniels steve.p.daniels at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 7 11:07:49 UTC 2008

On 06/02/2008, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> On 02/06/2008 05:53 AM, Steve Daniels wrote:
> > Just a thought, maybe if it was possible to export the profiles, then
> > an effort to collate (on the wiki?) and list the most popular and
> > prevalent could be made, and include these within svn?
> >
> > Steve 'no patch attached' Daniels
> So, by including a page on the wiki with the above query and a table
> that includes the above and perhaps a "username" column (or have a
> "username" header that spans all columns between users), you could do
> exactly as you suggested.  Since users will probably have to manually
> transcribe the data to the wiki format (guessing as I don't speak wiki),
> it may make more sense to use the '\G' approach in the query shown on
> the wiki page.
> I attached mine.  The one whose Hostname is listed as frontend is the
> cut-down playback profile I'm actually using.  The ones whose Hostname
> is listed as masterbackend are the built-in example profiles (started up
> the frontend on the master backend just to get the "originals" for this
> output).
> Anyone know their SQL well enough to know how to get the output to only
> include values (i.e. for Hostname, Playback Profile Name, and Priority)
> when they change from the row above?  I've seen it before on Oracle
> queries, but I have no clue how it's done.
> Mike "make it so" Dean  ;)
> (And, thanks, BTW.  Good suggestion, and I'm hoping you'll take the time
> to set up the page and get it started and possibly post it to the -users
> list to get more examples from trunk users.)

Hi Mike,

Thank you for the encouragement, and for providing that snippet of
SQL. I'll try and get my head round it all 100% then look to attacking
the wiki and move this discussion over to -users.

Steve Daniels

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