Since I’m already transcoding the recordings to h.264, might as well make them easily accessible to my iPhone or Boxee Box or Miro. Since the filenames are more likely to be seen, might as well make them more human readable. The biggest advantage to this renaming a season of a recorded show for archiving usingContinue reading “MythTV iTunes Compatible XML RSS Feed”
Before I forget, here’s my MythTV UserJob1: /usr/local/bin/mythipodcom.sh %DIR% %FILE% This script runs on a MythTV recording to remove commercials and transcode to h.264 video that I’ve tested and will play on Android (Motorola Droid), iPhone (iPhone 4), Roku DVP (Original Roku Netflix Player), Boxee Box, and in Miro on Windows. The contents of /usr/local/bin/mythipodcom.sh
Once the files have been created, will need to create an XML file the brightscript program on the Roku DVP can parse to display show data. This bit of perl reads the stream directory, sorts by file creation date, picks out the .mp4 files, uses the MythTV bindings to pull out show data, smashes itContinue reading “MythTV Roku Streaming XML List Generator”
This is a lot of the rest of the important configuration changes. I’ve added the bandwidth module (more info available in my previous post: Apache 2 bandwidth control) and enabled port 8080 as well since Cox Communications blocks traffic on 80 and 443.
The XML player example in the Roku DVP SDK with URL modified to the URL and port and path of my MythTV web interface. NOTE: These URLs aren’t ones I really use. Contents of /var/www/stream/roku.xml
The attic was hot. Mounting a large fan in the vent seemed to help, but it was drawing 5.5A continuously, which is too much for the thermostat/humidistat my roommate bought. He left it on all the time, which is quite a bit of wasted power. I’ve seen 1wire devices online for quite a while andContinue reading “1wire attic cooling”