[mythtv-users] myth-capable MP3 players

John Baab john.baab at gmail.com
Wed Dec 3 22:34:05 UTC 2008

I'd recommend an iPod and transcoding your recordings to some sort of
mpeg4.  The newer ones need to be jailbroken before your mythbox can
talk to them, so if you plan on loading everything via linux it may be
easier to get a previous generation.  I have a 5.5 generation video
that works well.

On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 8:39 AM, Bob Wiegand <bob_ml at stuffofmine.com> wrote:
> Yan Seiner wrote:
>> So with Christmas coming up I'm looking for a small mp3 player that could
>> be used to play recordings.  (OK, they'd have to be transcoded first, but
>> that can be handled.)
>> My Sansa e280 uses some sort of weird video format that can only be
>> generated with the windows app.
>> Anyone know of a cheap (< US$100) mp3 player that could be used to play
>> mp3s and video, and one that myth can transcode to?
>> --Yan
> I have a Dane-Elec Meizu 8GB MP3 player that I've loaded video on.
> Very small size and works pretty well.
> Bob
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