>> Videgor works with a VDR patch that allows to list the EPG and add >> timers >> up to 14 days in the past. If there is a timer which can't be handled by >> the own tuners - including timers in the past - Videgor tries to gather >> the chunks from other Videgor nodes which have recorded finnish MTV3 on >> last sunday ;-) > > Funny thought. Are only those channels recordable via videgor that are > viewable with the system? > > Let's say that persons a-x have purchased a subscription to some movie > channels and person z hasn't, but can nevertheless get the epg program > listings for that channel. Now person z installs videgor and some of the > persons from a-x have also sone so. > > Person z selects a subscriber only channel program from past to be > recorded and videgor gets it for him from those other videgor > installations? > > Just thinking of the implications on a larger scale so that we don't get > some distributors breathing down our necks. :) So, if you have > subscriber only channels, then it's best not to install videgor?
As Videgor is a research projekt from the university of Karlsruhe (Germany), legal issues have been handled, too. Just go to the 'technical introduction' link on videgor.net ;-) Renne _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr