AW: AW: [vdr] Doubling my available VDR disk space without cost
or loss of convenience.
martin at air-maxx.net
Tue Sep 12 20:31:56 CEST 2006
So Carsten, you talk about archiving. Then you should definitely go for h264
coding, with constant quality.
Why keep everything online? What is the aim of having terra bytes online? It
costs a lot of energy.
Coding and burning to an offline media would help a lot then.
And BTW: even your mp3 collection is larger than you can listen to it in one
Von: vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org] Im Auftrag von
Gesendet: Dienstag, 12. September 2006 20:23
An: VDR Mailing List
Betreff: Re: AW: [vdr] Doubling my available VDR disk space without cost or
loss of convenience.
Guido Fiala wrote:
> Sounds like the core computer of the USS-Enterprise - How many
> Terra-Quads are this? ;-)
Actually, according to
the Enterprise D has a mere 630.000 Kiloquads.
But seriously: My VDR system started out in June 2000 with a 9GB SCSI disk
in a 150 MHz PentiumPro system.
Disk space has increased a bit since then, but in another
6 years all of that will fit into a single disk and that will not be the
largest disk you can buy for a home computer, either.
Neither is my VDR system even close to the largest one.
I believe that Matthias Schniedermeier has so many disks in his house that
the house no longer requires a separate heating system. ;-)
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