[mythtv-users] Re: MythWeb: Whatta Feature
nate.strickland at gmail.com
Fri Oct 15 19:12:32 UTC 2004
I thought you set it up to have the broadcast channels on the tuner,
and the sat channels on the composite in the mythsetup, then when you
changed channels it would switch automatically?
On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 07:36:45 -0500, Mercury Morris
<mercury.morris at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Oct 2004 10:45:02 +0200, Ben Buxton <mythtv at ml.cactii.net> wrote:
> > Mercury Morris <mercury.morris at gmail.com> uttered the following thing:
> > >
> > > >From another machine, I tried http://192.168.1.3/mythweb/
> > > and WOW! What a nice tool MythWeb is. Now, with MythWeb
> > > working, I just might go back into the trial-and-error cave for
> > > some more exploring.
> > Agreed! I absolutely love the format that the tv guide is displayed in.
> > It's far more intuitive than any other TV guide I've seen. Browsing
> > shows for a day is incredibly simple.
> > It's a shame there are no other TV guide type utilities around that are
> > as good. I also run VDR for satellite reception (I'd prefer myth but the
> > DVB capabilities aren't as mature), but it's got nothing similar.
> > Perhaps the guide rendering algorithm of mythweb needs to be documented
> > more?
> > BB
> Could you tell me more about your VDR installation?
> Do you run it on the same system as MythTV?
> My MythTV installation (0.16) has me quite frustrated
> in that I cannot figure out how to get it to switch between
> the Tuner0 and Composite0 inputs. Tapping the 'c' key
> at first makes the picture stop for two seconds, then it just
> resumes Channel 3. Or, if I was watching another channel,
> it returns to Channel 3.
> I'm considering a second PVR-250 card and moving the
> satellite video/audio feeds to the new card. How do you have
> your Inputs arranged?
> Thanks, MM
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