[mythtv-users] fanless Epia,
Mediamvp or network dvd player for frontend?
michael.tiller at gmail.com
Sat Dec 10 20:33:12 EST 2005
Which reminds me of a problem I've been having. I have a MediaMVP. I have
this problem that when I play .vob files off of my MythTV machine (in
Videos), I get terrible performance. The video is basically OK but the
sound is all messed up (out of sync, "jerky", etc).
Does this have something to do with the DD2.0/5.1 issue?!? I tried
transcoding but it was a disaster (hung my system, generated huge files,
audio out of sync) because I did it from the command line using transcode.
If anybody has a rock solid command line way of down sampling audio, video
or both from .vob files I would be interested.
On 12/10/05, Mudit Wahal <mwahal at gmail.com> wrote:
> mvp couldn't play dvd sound though as there is no dolby digital
> decoder in mvp. It could only play pcm or mp3. So, as long as your
> recordings are not in DD2.0/5.1, and NTSC/PAL resolution, mvp is a
> perfect frontend.
> I had it running for awhile connected to kids tv. But I got tired
> transcoding all my HD shows to 720x480 and mp3, so I sold mine on
> I'm streaming HD recordings from the mythbox and using IOData
> LinkPlayer2 as media client. IOData LP2 is thin client, fanless,
> noiseless and high WAF (wife acceptance factor).
> On 12/10/05, Andrew Wilson <migmog at gmail.com> wrote:
> > No. It does playback only, but it does it pretty well.
> > On 10/12/05, Mark Emery <emerym at citymax.org> wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > What I meant to say, is does it record .nuv files created by the
> > > Software encoder? I've not got a PVR card in my system.
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Mark
> > >
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