[mythtv-users] Mythtv to DVD
paul at majestik.org
Sun Aug 15 23:57:15 EDT 2004
I've played with that one a while back, and just gave it a shot again,
and I'm finding that because I'm not running debian//unstable, I have
basically no chance of getting working without rewriting about half of
it.. most of the binaries are hard coded to locations that don't
match, and the /myth tree that it wants to see is not what I'm running.
It's hardcoded pretty much throughout the whole thing, and a royal
pain to clean up..
The mythweb interaction looks really cool, and is exactly what I want,
but the backend not kicking out usable iso files really is more
I'll see what I can do about getting in touch with the author and
seeing if I can submit some updates to it to help clean up some of my
On Aug 15, 2004, at 7:42 PM, dean vanden heuvel wrote:
> check this out...
> On Sun, 15 Aug 2004 19:09:54 -0500
> James Meyer <james.meyer at operamail.com> wrote:
>> On Sunday 15 August 2004 17:41, Paul Greidanus wrote:
>>> Hi, I've been trying to get things working to get my nuv files from
>>> mythtv onto a DVD, with very little luck. I've tries nuv2disc,
>>> nuvexport, and a few other scripts, with no luck..
>>> What I'm kind of hoping for is a script that lets you select a number
>>> of shows, and creates a menu driven DVD, with little to no user
>>> intervention, just a point and click setup. Does such a tool exist
>> Yes it does exist and you just mentioned them.
>> If all of those failed , I would say something is misconfigured on
>> the machine.
>> Why did they fail, perhaps somebody could help solve the problem.
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