[mythtv-users] Anyone have Packard Bell IR Receiver and Remote
mikeyw at sohogurus.net
Tue Dec 13 03:05:24 EST 2005
Howdy all - Is there a soul out there who has gotten the ubiquitous cheap
Packard Bell IR receiver and remote to work with any recent version of
I've tried R5A16-22 and 26 and have not got the device to acknowledge it
exists. I've read every guide and howto I could find, installed and
reinstalled the three mentioned versions of Knoppmyth, compiled three
different verisions of LIRC.
The unit works like a champ with WinLirc...
A little help please?!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Phill Edwards" <philledwards at gmail.com>
To: "Discussion about mythtv" <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 13, 2005 2:34 AM
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] watching a bttv recorded show on a non
> I would like to watch a recorded show (by my mythbox recorded with a
> bttv (askey tview 99 card)) on my ubuntu linux box. (I can watch them on
> my mythbox using mythfrontend with a tv attached to it)
> I am also having a pvr 250 and I can watch videos recorded by it without
> any hazle (since it is mpeg2 recorded).
> I can also convert those movies on my mythbox with either nuvexport or
> mencoder... (mencoder is a lot faster though..;-)
> Ok now my question: Did anyone succeed in converting such a nuppelvideo
> (recorded by a bttv card) to an xvid/divx or watching it on a standard
> ubuntu desktop?
On Windows you can do this by installing the DSFilters from
sourceforge. This then lets you right click a .nuv and convert it to
AVI (I think). I know you're on Ubuntu - but maybe the same filters
are available for it as well as Windows.
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