it's not a recording problem i have, i realise i can setup mythtv to have a
capture source of whatever port i want on the mce150, it's the integration
with sky that i'm concerned about (i.e. the guide). i'd like to be able to
replicate the sky epg (in the way that media centre does), but it seems an
xmltv config is not available for sky ireland, which is significantly
different from sky UK.
it's the ease of recording something in the same way as media centre that
i'm after... i must say, apart from the crappy OS in the background, M$ did
a very good job tying in all the interface of MCE with the guide and all
2009/3/2 Steven Kavanagh <mrvestek at gmail.com>
> I fail to see why you'd have any issues. Although I do use a few Xbox360s
> (yeah yeah I know it's a M$ product but it's a damn good console) and a few
> modified original Xboxes as media centres I do have a MythTV box setup which
> works pretty well for me.
>> I don't have a Sky box to test it with but why should recording from
> composite be an issue? As far as I'm aware (although I could be wrong) they
> don't have any VideoCrypt technology setup on composite but even if they do
> it'd be easy enough to get around with a small filter.
>> On Mon, Mar 2, 2009 at 6:45 PM, daithí <dave at ceoil.net> wrote:
>>> i know this may not be the best place to ask, but i was just considering
>> moving to mythtv for my pvr needs.
>>>> all my hardware is definately supported (radeon 9600, wintv pvr-150 mce
>> etc...), but it's the source i'm more worried about.
>>>> i currently have sky coming in via composite into the pvr-150, which works
>> well enough when shista media center can actually change the channels...
>>>> my question is more in relation to guides... does anyone here record from
>> sky digital on mythtv?
>>>> would i be better to ask the question at a mythtv support list? i'd
>> anyone from ireland in my situation is very likely to be on this list
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