[vdr] TS to chinapod

Joerg Linnemann joerg74 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 14 15:11:52 CEST 2010


I think he wants to start the conversion manually via OSD and not
automatically...



2010/10/14 Füley István <aironet at tigercomp.ro>

> From the VDR's INSTALL file:
>
> "Executing commands before and after a recording:
> ------------------------------------------------
>
> You can use the '-r' option to define a program or script that gets called
> before and after a recording is performed, and after an editing process
> has finished.
>
> The program will be called with two string parameters. The first parameter
> is one of
>
>  before      if this is *before* a recording starts
>  after       if this is *after* a recording has finished
>  edited      if this is after a recording has been *edited*
>
> and the second parameter contains the full name of the recording's
> directory (which may not yet exists at that moment in the "before" case).
> In the "edited" case it will be the name of the edited version.
>
> Within this program you can do anything you would like to do before and/or
> after a recording or after an editing process. However, the program must
> return
> as soon as possible, because otherwise it will block further execution of
> VDR.
> Be especially careful to make sure the program returns before the watchdog
> timeout you may have set up with the '-w' option! If the operation you want
> to
> perform will take longer, you will have to run it as a background job.
>
> "
>
> On 2010.10.14. 13:01, Arturo Martinez wrote:
>
>> I have the following bash script:
>> chinapod.sh
>>
>> #!/bin/sh
>>
>> /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i $1 -s 320x240 -r 23.97 -vcodec wmv2 -acodec wmav2 -ab
>> 160k ${1%\.*}.asf
>>
>>
>>
>>  From a bash prompt I run chinapod 000001.ts and it converts the
>> recording happily to the desired format.
>>
>> Could somebody tell me how could I implement this within vdr, so I
>> select 'Commands' and then the file to be converted and either it calls
>> the bash script to do the job or otherwise converts it using the same
>> parameters?
>>
>> I am using vdr 1.7.15
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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