[mythtv-users] Automatic converting HDTV to MPEG2

casey dunn casey.dunn at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 23:28:27 UTC 2006

On 12/11/06, Kevin Kuphal <kuphal at dls.net> wrote:
> Michael T. Dean wrote:
> > While it's not automatic, MythArchive is the easiest way to create DVD's
> > from Myth-recorded video.
> >
> He's talking of transcoding MPEG-2 to MPEG-2 with bitrate and resolution
> changes.  Is it possible to set that up in the transcoding profiles or
> is Myth only limited to MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 in that case?

mpeg2 -> mpeg2 transcode in myth is lossless cut only.  It is possible to do
with user jobs and there has been a lot of discussion about that lately.
The mpeg4 from mythtv is in .nuv so very few other programs/devices will
play them.

Take a deep breath and try to ignore the posts that where antagonistic.
There are some hardware issues on your end and you've had horrible help (3
"admins" couldn't get the nVidia drivers installed in 4 hours?!? MediaMVP
for a hidef frontend?!? WTF ).

No one here said put the loud box in the living room or buy a new one, you
said you where considering buying a new box.  I suggested quieting the old
one.  The part I left out whas that once you are using myth as the front end
you can use the built-in automatic transcode to bring the HDTV files down to
something your existing box can play on a SDTV.

zap2it has been going through some changes lately.  This my be your problem
with the listings.  If not you should be able to login, deselect the
channels you don't receive and wait a few days for the old listings to
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