--- On Sun, 2/10/11, Tobi <listacco...@e-tobi.net> wrote:

> From: Tobi <listacco...@e-tobi.net>
> Subject: [vdr] vdr-checkts + vdrnfofs
> To: "VDR Mailing List" <vdr@linuxtv.org>
> Date: Sunday, 2 October, 2011, 22:21
> Hi,
> 
> Just in case someone finds them useful, I've just put two
> tiny tools online:
> 
> vdr-checkts: checks VDR recordings for continuity errors
> 
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdr-checkts.git
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdr-checkts.git/tree/README
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdr-checkts.git/snapshot/vdr-checkts-0.1.tar.gz
> 
> 
> 
> vdr-nfofs: A Fuse file system for VDR recordings, mapping
> them to
> *.mpg/*.nfo files
> 
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdrnfofs.git/
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdrnfofs.git/tree/README
> http://projects.vdr-developer.org/git/vdrnfofs.git/snapshot/vdrnfofs-0.7.tar.gz
> 
> Have fun,
> 
> Tobias

vdr-nfofs looks interesting. Can it be used in conjunction with a DLNA server 
like MiniDLNA? The problem with DLNA servers I have tried is they present vdr 
recordings as a list of 00001.ts files which is not user friendly.
Does it support H264 vdr recordings? I'm looking for a solution to view HD 
recordings on a TV using a thin client, like a DLNA client for example.

Stuart


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