stel at onshore.com
Wed Mar 17 21:19:24 EST 2004
me too. i'd like pause, record, scheduling, etc. is the sceduling information
available? my kworld card uses btaudio so i'd like to grab sound from there.
the tv audio is always pumping out of the sound-out jack so i don't know how
that will be managed. anyway i'd say radio is it's own module.
as for internet radio, i think it should fit into the radio module. you tune
into a station off your tuner card or to a url. pause, etc. should all be
On Wednesday 17 March 2004 07:46 pm, ebike at paradise.net.nz wrote:
> No, It's not just you Patrick,
> I would love to have the FM Radio part of my WinFast TV 2000 supported so
> that I can get rid of more junk in my lounge. After all, that's my main
> reason going to MythTV (apart from the cool factor) and that is to replace
> my TV/VCR/DVD/FM radio etc with a Plasma Screen, a MythTV box and a 5.1 amp
> ... period.
> FM radio (especially recording) is high on my priority list.
> Bernard Mentink
> Quoting Patrick Reynolds <reynolds at cs.duke.edu>:
> > On Wed, 17 Mar 2004, Alan Snyder wrote:
> > > way in which other modules work. Isaac has made it clear that
> > > radio belongs within MythMusic.
> > Internet radio belongs in MythMusic, or _all_ radio belongs in
> > MythMusic?
> > Standard FM radio should go into the main scheduler, more like
> > additional
> > channels or inputs, imho. Three reasons. First, I'd love to have it
> > record recurring programs (Marketplace, Car Talk, etc.) the way the
> > standard TV scheduler does. Second, pausing "Live Radio" is cool, if
> > not
> > as cool as pausing Live TV. Finally, at least on some cards FM and TV
> > are
> > mutually exclusive. So it's important for the scheduler to handle
> > conflicts between FM and TV in a reasonable way.
> > So is there any demand for live and scheduled FM recordings, or is it
> > just
> > me?
> > --Patrick
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