[mythtv-users] Converts as you record for wireless transmission

Gary Dawes gary.dawes at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 20:37:10 UTC 2008

On 25/01/2008, Dan Cotter <dancotter2003 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> My 58mbps wireless can only really achieve about 8mb (1MB) per second
> streaming. I want to record a program live and watch it over wireless. I am
> sharing the recordings folder, and I am running ubuntu.
> How/where do I pick other codecs I can record too and which one would be
> best quality but under 1MB per second? The program is standard definition
> digital pal (576i).
> Cheers
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> Take a look at tablet-encode and mediaserv -
http://mediautils.garage.maemo.org/tablet-encode.html. It will allow for
on-demand transcoding and streaming from a web page. I use it to stream
recordings to my Nokia N800 over wireless. It uses Mencoder as the backend
encoder, and the bitrates etc are easily customisable.

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