Terry Porter <linux-2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> espoused:
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> MythTVCast podcast kicks off
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>> | A new semi-weekly podcast concentrating on the building, configuration
>> | and running of MythTV has begun. Each one hour episode will cover the
>> | ins and outs of building and running your own MythTV system. The first
>> | episode of the MythTVCast can be downloaded directly: Episode 00
>> New MythTV Interface Preview
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>> | One of the biggest new features of the next version of MythTV (version
>> | .22) will be its new user interface. This new interface will offer many
>> | new features to MythTV, including animation, better interactivity, and
>> | faster and easier development for themers and developers alike. MythTV
>> | is an open-source DVR that was created by Isaac Richards back in 2002
>> | because of his frustration with his low quality cable box. Since then
>> | MythTV has progressed into a full featured DVR/media player. It has
>> | users all over the world and a huge number of developers working to make
>> | the software even better.
> Thanks for the very relevant Myth info Roy!
> Much appreciated.
The mythtv box chez Mark has become the most used capability for pretty
much everyone. The PS3 makes a good client, as do most PCs, plus it's
RF-networked and audio-networked around the house too, so the playback
can be seen on any TV and/or heard on any audio amp in the house.
Amongst other things, it's good for social events, as mythtv can also
playback all the music on bubba, randomly, which can then be heard
anywhere inside the house (TV, hifi, etc.) plus the patio speakers
driven by a PA inside.
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