[vdr] TS to chinapod

Arturo Martinez martinez at embl.de
Thu Oct 14 18:05:06 CEST 2010


Actually I have read the MANUAL before I posted here but can't figure out how to get this working
(and yes I want to do this manually for specific recordings from the OSD )

Perhaps if somebody who is doing something similar (using the vdr OSD to convert .TS files to something else)
could post their reccmds.conf and associated scripts if any, I could figure it out what is it that I am doing wrong.

As it stands when I press the 'Red' key in the 'Recordings' menu and select a command from there, nothing whatsoever happens.

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Date: Thu, 14 Oct 2010 15:19:35 +0200
From: Matthias Fechner<idefix at fechner.net>
Subject: Re: [vdr] TS to chinapod
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Am 14.10.10 12:01, schrieb Arturo Martinez:

> >  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?
>    
check the file MANUAL in the vdr directory:
* Processing Recordings

    The configuration file 'reccmds.conf' can be used to define system
commands
    that can be applied to the recording that is currently highlighted in the
    "Recordings" menu. The "Red" key in the "Recordings" menu opens the
"Recording
    commands" menu if there are commands defined in the file
'reccmds.conf'. Pressing
    one of the keys '1'..'9' in the "Recordings" menu executes the
corresponding
    command from 'reccmds.conf' (see also "Executing system commands" below).

You can select a recording, press the red key and select the command you
want to execute on the recording.
So you can export it to several formats and more.

Matthias




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