[mythtv-users] Transcode/Architecture Questions..

Benjamin Carlisle bcarlisle at 24oz.com
Mon Aug 16 23:12:37 EDT 2004

John --

   I asked the same architecture question a while back, and I was referenced
to the following Wiki:


   Hope it helps...


> -----Original Message-----
> From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org 
> [mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of John P. Mitchell
> Sent: Monday, August 16, 2004 3:03 PM
> To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> Subject: [mythtv-users] Transcode/Architecture Questions..
> All,
>    After hunting through the lists and the documentation this 
> morning, I am finally posting to the list. Hopefully someone 
> can help me. Thank you in advance.
>    I have a MythTV machine setup that is running perfectly, 
> and also well loaded with scheduled recordings. I would like 
> to take recordings with me on the road, but I am at a loss as 
> to how to do this without negatively impacting performance on 
> my MythTV machine when using something like nuvexport. I 
> understand with the native format that MythTV stores video in 
> that I am forced to re-encode the video to be able to play it 
> in apps like Video Lan Client. What I want to be able to do 
> is re-encode the video on my dual celeron workstation instead 
> of on the MythTV machine. Is this possible?
>    Also, the architecture of the MythTV system is a little 
> vague in the documentation. I am at a loss to understand what 
> the benefit is to having multiple backends/frontends. Is 
> there a general architecture overview someplace? Also, it 
> would be good to understand what is required to setup 
> multiple backends/frontends.
> Regards,
>     John P. Mitchell <john at cepros.com>
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