And...Did you extract PVR+ content to a NTFS volume before transferring the files to the TV? The ^M I see at the end of every line in cmmeta.dat it's making me suspect that you could have done that I had problems in the past editing files in a NTFS volume and transferring them to the TV afterwards... Have you tried to remove ^M by using Vi editor?
Just found PVR+ and played around with it for some hours. The recordings are a bit jumpy, but I think this is because my pen-drive is quite slow. My hdds are all NTFS, so I'll make some more tests with faster USB-sticks next week.
Until then I made a Romanian translation of the messages, you can download it from here: http://lorand.kicks-ass.org/messages_RO.zip
Does somebody know if Geo650 is still working in the development of a new PVR+ version?geo650 wrote:PVR+ 3.1 is coming.
One serious bug has been detected: in OTR mode PVR+ 3.0 doesn't wait 30s before it starts recording. In PVR+ 3.1 there will be also one menu option called "Quiet recording". I would like to have good translations for all languages before submitting PVR+ 3.1 here. Thanks.
With this option OTR will be started with dimmed screen much earlier and some buttons (STOP, POWER, >>, <<) will be blocked so nobody [at home] will be able to stop, reprogramm or turn off your TV during scheduled recording.
I haven't seen him here lately and I am starting wondering if either he is working in a major release (something like PVR+ 4.X) or has abandoned the project
I find PVR+ quite useful. Having some issues with the OTR fuction, though. It records the program I have scheduled but exeDSP crashs every time the recorded file reachs 4GB
I did not improve PVR+ in 2012 yet, but there are plans to release v3.1 soon. Until then, please try to record without splitting, on a network share or ext2 partition.baco81 wrote:Does somebody know if Geo650 is still working in the development of a new PVR+ version?
[...] I have scheduled but exeDSP crashs every time the recorded file reachs 4GB
BTW, I know that I can set the Panel off by holding down the MUTE button several seconds, but I would like it to be faster than that, just a quick "press and release" action. Would be possible to set the panel off just by pressing a diferrent button and without getting the sound disabled? ?