nick.rout at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 21:45:53 UTC 2009
On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 8:12 AM, Christian Tardif
<christian.tardif at servinfo.ca> wrote:
> I've search about it, but couldn't find a valuable answer to this simple
> Can MythTV do transcoding on the fly for files on a partition, as it is done
> in TVersity or FUPPES? I have a huge bunch of MP3 files (in fact, my
> complete collection of CD's) on disk, which were played without any problem
> on my Xbox360 (as well as any other uPNP client). Now that my files are
> published with MythTV, no mp3 file can be played on my XBox machine. They
> can be read without any problem on my different XBMC installations, though.
> There is so much features on MythTV that I get a little lost in all that
the upnp server in mythtv cannot transcode on the fly.
Fuppes can. If you need that feature, you can install fuppes and turn
off myth's upnp server.
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