[mythtv-users] Re: newmythmusic theme - JGabriel
nickparkinson at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 5 08:14:59 UTC 2005
Thanks for the feedback Gabriel..
The reason I put the playlist at the top is because
there is a feature not yet implemented. If you press
the number 1 key (labelled Manage Playlists) this will
make the playlist at the top drop down and utilise the
whole of the screen. This gives you an advanced
playlist editor mode where you can move tracks from
one place to another + various buttons will appear at
the bottom of the screen...e.g:
Remove Track, Clear List, Save/Load Playlist
This feature is to replace the current Edit Playlist
feature (button 3).
If you look at the features/trac on the site the plans
for improvements are laid out in more detail.
In any case it is pretty easy to move the layout
around as you prefer. You'd just need to edit the X
and Y position co-ordinates of the images in the
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> Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 14:28:39 -0400
> From: Brad Karal <brad.karal at gmail.com>
> Subject: [mythtv-users] Changing channels causes
> frontend to crash on
> To: mythtv-users at mythtv.org
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> Hi friends:
> I am getting frequent crashing when I change
> channels in live TV mode. It
> seems to be most
> likely to happen when I hit channel up or channel
> down. OS is KnoppMyth
> R5A12 (Debian Sarge,
> 2.6.9 custom kernel with Myth 0.16
> I've seen a couple of posts about this subject, such
> for example, but couldn't find any resolutions or
> What's more, the other posters were usually using
> DVB cards, and I'm not-I'm
> using a Hauppauge
> PVR-150 analog card.
> The author of KnoppMyth was not aware of any
> problems relating to this
> symptom inherent
> in KnoppMyth as a result of his own work.
> What's the current status of this problem? Does
> anyone have any suggestions,
> other than
> a complete new upgrade to a newer version of Myth?
> Would that even help?
> Brad Karal
> Abit NF7-S ver. 2
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> Samsung SATA 120GB HD
> Hauppauge PVR-150
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> Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 13:36:10 -0500
> From: Dave Sherohman <esper at sherohman.org>
> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Channel Hopping
> To: mtk at alumni.rice.edu, Discussion about mythtv
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> On Tue, Oct 04, 2005 at 09:45:45AM -0700, Mark
> Kundinger wrote:
> > There was a recent lengthy (and somewhat heated)
> thread in the dev list
> > about this. The technical reason for the delay is
> because the system
> > has to do the following things when changing a
> channel on "Live TV":
> > 1) Tune the channel.
> > 2) Start encoding the feed.
> > 3) Store the file.
> > 4) Decode the file.
> > Each of these steps takes a little time. If you
> don't do them, you lost
> > the ability to pause or rewind Live TV, which is
> one of the sexy things
> > about a PVR.
> > I don't really understand most of what goes on in
> the developer list,
> > but that has been some effort to improve tuning
> (mainly for DVB cards)
> > and store Live TV more efficiently, perhaps doing
> away with the
> > ringbuffer entirely. So things might get a little
> better around the
> > edges, but there's always going to be some sort of
> delay (and you'd get
> > this delay if you had a satellite, digital cable,
> or Tivo as well)
> > 3)
> My Tivo has been dead for a few months now (which is
> why I finally
> tried myth), but the delay on changing channels with
> it was
> definitely under a second and I remember is as being
> (although I could probably percieve it if I did a
> test right now,
> but, like I said, it's dead). I don't know how they
> manage to do it
> so fast, but they do.
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