posted by Renato Araujo at 5:20 PM
Thanks!I tried the Mobile MythTV packages, and they do manage to list the recordings and channels on my MythTV server.I installed gms and dependencies from source (building Debian packages with the included debian directories), and the gstreamer mythtvsrc works fine, but gmencoder seems to fail. I ran it with exactly the same arguments gms launches it with, and I just get a continuous stream of "PROGRESS:3" messages.$ gmencoder --video-encode theoraenc --video-opts quality=30,sharpness=2 --video-fps 10 --video-width 240 --video-height 144 --audio-encode vorbisenc --audio-opts managed=true --mux-element oggmux -i file:///path/to/a/video.mpg -o file:///tmp/foo ** (gmemcoder:2611): WARNING **: Lowest allowed bitrate is 6000PROGRESS:3PROGRESS:3PROGRESS:3PROGRESS:3Also, I ran into numerous build issues:* gmyth wants /etc/lsb_release, and assumes chinook if not present; however, /etc/lsb_release no longer exists. Just run "lsb_release -c" instead.* Numerous missing build-dependencies. Please consider building in pbuilder (or similar, such as qemubuilder) to ensure that you do not miss build-dependencies which already exist on your system.* The "svn co" commands given on the wiki no longer work; the URLs have changed.
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