[mythtv-users] dumb recording question
cossaboon.mythtv at gmail.com
Sat Feb 17 14:17:23 UTC 2007
This is VERY kool.
KnoppMythTV connected to Moto HD SetTop via Firewire
KnoppMythTV front End in a Parallels window on a Mac Pro
A SRDVD-100U on the 62" TV to watch recordings via UPNP-AV
this is actually coming together quite well.
Now if I could find a program that converted from MPEG-TS to H.264
and kept the multichannel Audio.
On Feb 16, 2007, at 8:10 PM, Nick Morrott wrote:
> On 17/02/07, Bruce Markey <bjm at lvcm.com> wrote:
>> Kevin Cossaboon wrote:
>>> is there a way to record
>>> All Episodes of a Show
>>> That have a substring in the description
>>> Tape all shows "24" that have "day 6" in the description
>> In order of ease to accuracy:
>> 0) Under "Scheduling Options" choose the "Record new episodes
>> only" dup options because that's what the example suggests
>> you are really after.
>> 1) Search Words->Keywords. <New Phrase>, "day 6", "Record".
>> Note that to create a search rule, you need to click the
>> "Record" button on the popup. If you are looking at results,
>> press "M"enu to get back to the popup and create the rule.
>> However, this may match other shows with %day 6% in the
>> descriptive info.
>> 2) Search Words->Advanced, <New Search>. ", title "24", subtitle
>> "day 6", OK, "M", "Record". There is a remote possibility that
>> this could match another show but this is what I'd recommend.
>> 3) Schedule Recordings->Custom Record.
>> Rule Name: 24 Day 6
>> program.title = '24'
>> AND program.subtitle LIKE 'Day 6: %'
>> There isn't a chance in hell this will match anything other
>> than the day six season of the show titled "24".
> From my personal experience of UK listings and custom rules, whenever
> I see punctuation in a title that could possibly change stylistically
> (such as a colon being replaced with a hyphen, extra spaces) or
> because the listings admin does not understand the correct use of the
> apostrophe, I omit this from the rule, so my custom record rule would
> program.title = '24'
> AND program.subtitle LIKE 'Day 6%'
> From reading the list, US listings currently seem to be more
> 'complete' and offer more information wrt other listings, but I guess
> there's no guarantee that one week something goes wrong in their
> compilation .
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