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MythTV .24 Release Candidate 1 Now Available
MythTV .24 Release Candidate 1 Now Available, this version include exciting new features such as a completely rewritten and themeable OSD (On Screen Display), support for 24 bit audio and HD audio formats, initial Blu-ray disc support, experimental support for CrystalHD hardware accelerated video decoding, and many other improvements.
MythTV is a GPL licensed suite of programs that allow you to build the mythical home media convergence box on your own using Open Source software and operating systems. MythTV is known to work on Linux and Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel). It does not run on Windows.
MythTV has a number of capabilities. The television portion allows you to do the following:
- You may pause, fast-forward and rewind live Television.
- You may install multiple video capture cards to record more than one program at a time.
- You can have multiple servers (called “backends”), each with multiple capture cards in them. All scheduling is performed by the Master backend, which arbitrates which recording will be performed by each device. All recording requests are managed by the Master backend, so you can schedule a recording from any client.
- You can have multiple clients (called “frontends” in MythTV parlance), each with a common view of all available programs. Any client can watch any program that was recorded by any of the servers, assuming that they have the hardware capabilities to view the content; a low-powered frontend will not be able to watch HDTV, for example. Clients can be diskless and controlled entirely by a remote control.
- You may use any combination of standard analog capture card, MPEG-2, MJPEG, DVB, HDTV, USB and firewire capture devices. With appropriate hardware, MythTV can control set top boxes, often found in digital cable and satellite TV systems.
- Program Guide Data in North America is downloaded from schedulesdirect.org, a non-profit organization which has licensed data from Tribune Media Services. This service provides almost two weeks of scheduling information. Program Guide Data in other countries is obtained using XMLTV. MythTV uses this information to create a schedule that maximizes the number of programs that can be recorded if you don’t have enough tuners.
- MythTV implements a UPNP server, so a UPNP client should automatically see content from your MythTV system.
Installation in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat and LinuxMint10 Julia:
If you want to install an older version of MythTV type the command :
sudo apt-get install mythtv
For more information about Mythtv on ubuntu, check this link.
2- Installation in Fedora, Centos and other rpm based system, find the installation instructions in this link.
3- For other linux distributions, please visit the download page.
Useful links: http://www.mythtv.org
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