[mythtv-users] Supporting schedulesdirect.org

Robert Current robert.current at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 04:49:30 UTC 2007

Yea, I see now, totally agree.  MythTV has the stuff it takes for
backend expansion!!!  I maxed my DirecTiVo out at 240 hours.  TiVo
does DVR->DVD, but MythTV goes both ways!  Never messed with the Video
to iPod stuff, couldn't comment on that.

Haven't used those options much, but yes, MythTV has that over TiVo.
Still, comes with a high administration time and dollar cost.

MythTV might have the high-end, high-skill-to-be-maintainable nitch
covered.  TiVo might have the mid-range covered better (and quickly
being approached by other commercial competitors).  MythTV was filling
a low-end niche for a lot of people I know, where time came easier
than money.

I just wonder what will happen there when more dollar signs are
attached to MythTV usability?

Anyway, last comment I'm making on this unless someone changes the
subject to MythTV vs Tivo, sorta off topic to the schedulesdirect.org
thing now...

On 8/7/07, Brad DerManouelian <myth at dermanouelian.com> wrote:
> I was mostly referring to movies. I rip DVD's and store them on a
> media server in my basement so they can be watched on the main LCD TV
> in the Living room or their our own machines in their bedrooms. They
> also have access to all the music in my library (about 400GB of mp3's
> that I've ripped from CD), 1TB of recorded television shows (a
> mixture of HD and standard def), all the photos I've taken in the
> past 4 years, MAME ROMS, current news of their choice. Plus, we can
> stream recorded TV and music over the web onto our laptops when away
> from home, or download a video podcast to my iPhone or one of our
> video iPods to watch while we're on the go (great for my son's long
> bus ride to school when that's in session or our long plane rides
> when we visit family on the opposite US coast). This is why I
> switched from Tivo.

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