[mythtv-users] make a copy of .nuv as .mpg
kedlm at charter.net
kedlm at charter.net
Sat Oct 16 17:29:21 UTC 2004
If you really want to do this copy then you can't use a wildcard as the destintation. You will have to loop over the files or do a clever sed line I think.
I would suggest that you simply make the .nuv extention open in media player or whatever instead; by creating a new mime entry under windows. That way you don't need a rename or copy. Hopefully media player can handle the extention by sniffing the actual data (once the file is at least associated with media player).
> From: Matt Hannan <matthew.j.hannan at verizon.net>
> Date: 2004/10/16 Sat PM 12:47:48 EDT
> To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
> Subject: [mythtv-users] make a copy of .nuv as .mpg
> OK, I am starting to freak out.
> I have a PVR-350, so I want to copy my recorded shows (.nuv) to .mpg so
> that I can watch the shows from a Windows client on the network.
> Sounds easy, right? Oh how I wish!
> I guess I am just being greedy, but I do not want to mv or rename the
> files, I just want to make a new copy of them with the .mpg extension
> and place them in an already Samba shared directory.
> I tried
> cp /storage/TV/recording/*.nuv /storage/Videos/*.mpg
> and I am getting this error message:
> cp: `/storage/Videos/*.mpg': specified destination directory does not exist
> But /storage/Videos DOES exist!!!
> I know that this has to be a wicked easy thing to do, but I am having a
> really rough time of it...and I am even embarrassed to be asking the
> question, as I have 3+ years experience with Linux.
> Is it the wildcard * that is screwing me up here?
> The ultimate goal is to drop the statement into a cron job and have it
> execute in the early morning hours.
> I will then have the ability to watch/manage the recordings thru MythTV
> (as .nuv files) or watch/manage them out on the network as .mpg.
> Please help.
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