--- On Mon, 3/10/11, Tobi <listacco...@e-tobi.net> wrote:

> From: Tobi <listacco...@e-tobi.net>
> Subject: Re: [vdr] vdr-checkts + vdrnfofs
> To: vdr@linuxtv.org
> Date: Monday, 3 October, 2011, 11:16
> On 03.10.2011 11:39, Stuart Morris
> wrote:
> > vdr-nfofs looks interesting. Can it be used in
> conjunction with a DLNA server like MiniDLNA? 
> Should work. Just make MiniDLNA's config point to the
> vdrnfofs file
> system. But I have no idea, if the *.nfo files are of any
> use to DLNA
> devices. And it might be a little bit slow if you have a
> lot of VDR
> recordings.
> > Does it support H264 vdr recordings?
> It supports VDR 1.6 (001.vdr) and VDR 1.7.x (0001.ts). It
> doesn't care
> about the encoding. The VDR files are just virtually
> concatenated and
> presented as a single *.mpg file.
> Tobias

Sorry if this is obvious to others, but why do I get this error:
ImportError: No module named vdrnfofs

I know nothing of Python. Is there something else I need to install in addition 
to fuse-python?


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