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gTVTimer

   0.5  

KDE Video Application

Score 78%
gTVTimer
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gTVTimer
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gTVTimer
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Gambas 1.x
Downloads:  2068
Submitted:  Feb 18 2006
Updated:  May 23 2006

Description:

gTVTimer is an easy to use videorecorder and frontend to MEncoder and MPlayer. You can use it to schedule recordings from your analog TV card, watch TV and preview your recorded videos.

gTVTimer now has an integrated DVD authoring dialog (based on dvdauthor). That way you can create your own DVDs with or without menus.

There is still a lot to add/improve. Feel free to send bug reports and suggestions.


FEATURES:
* supported video codecs: DivX, MJPEG, MPEG2, XviD
* supported audio codecs: MP2 (lavc, toolame), MP3 (lavc, lame)
* supported filters: crop, resize, deinterlace, denoise
* import channel list from xawtv 3.x files or scan for TV channels with scantv
* simple TV application
* integrated DVD authoring dialog
* integrated MPEG2 remultiplexing dialog
* integrated MPEG file info dialog
* scheduled shutdown via KDM or '/sbin/shutdown'
* resume aborted recordings
* preview of recorded videos
* translations: English, German


REQUIRED:
Gambas 1.0.x (tested with versions 1.0.12 to 1.0.16)
QT >=3.2
aumix
MPlayer/MEncoder
scantv (optional)

REMULTIPLEXING (optional):
replex
mpgtx
avidemux2

DVD AUTHORING (optional):
ffmpeg
mjpegtools >= 1.8.0
dvdauthor
ImageMagick
Xine (DVD preview)

INSTALLATION:
Version 0.4: Because the preferences and timer-list format has changed it is best to export your channel list and then delete the folder ~/.gtvtimer and reconfigure gTVTimer!

Extract the archive and open the resulting gTVTimer folder in gambas. You can now start the program from here or create an executable which can be started from the command line.

First you have to select a folder in which your videos will be saved (under 'Preferences/Other').
The second thing to do is to create a list of TV channels through 'Preferences/TV' (you can import from xawtv 3.x files or exported files created by gTVTimer or you can scan for TV channels).
Before recording can start you have to create one or more profiles under 'Preferences'. These profiles reflect your TV, Video, Filter, Audio, Paths and Other settings. So that every recording can use a different combination of settings.




Changelog:

0.5 (23. May 2006):
* Fixed resume of aborted recordings
* Fixed save settings before planned shutdown
* Fixed various bugs
* Added MPEG file info dialog
* Added MPEG2 remultiplexing dialog
* Added dialog to create a dvd (with menu structure) from MPEG2 files
* Added main window position is now saved and restored on startup

0.4 (21. Apr. 2006):
* some heavy internal changes
* Fixed some minor bugs
* Added debug/info tab in main window
* Added Preview in 'Set timer...' dialog
* Added scheduled shutdown
* Added option to resume aborted recordings

0.3 (26. Mar. 2006):
* Added use of scantv to create a channel list
* Added import filter for xawtv 3.x files
* Fixed schedule new/edit bug
* Fixed bug when checking for overlapping recordings with only one recording present
* some internal changes

0.2 (22. Mar. 2006):
* Fixed schedule list update
* Fixed XviD bug when using Toolame or Lame
* Fixed bug when deleting an ongoing recording
* Added missing german translations
* Fixed some minor bugs

0.1 (18. Feb. 2006):
* Initial release




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 DVB-T

 
 by trevi55 on: Mar 29 2006
 
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Does it support DVB-T protocol?


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 Re: DVB-T

 
 by Elentirmo74 on: Mar 30 2006
 
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Because DVB recording works totally different from analog TV recording it is unlikely that gTVTimer will ever support this.
Did you try Klear? From what I see this seems to be exactly what you are looking for.


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 Re: Re: DVB-T

 
 by taki on: Mar 31 2006
 
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As Kalva supports DVB I would suppose this tool will also support it. Look at the manpage of MEncoder / MPlayer for the URL dvb


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 driver issue

 
 by sszmidt on: Apr 9 2006
 
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It would be handy to support a few more card. Mine is a BT878 and does not work with the 848 driver.

I do have tvtime and it's driver but I have no idea if it's even vaguely compatible.


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 Re: driver issue

 
 by Elentirmo74 on: Apr 10 2006
 
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I have to say I'm no expert in this: But v4l (v4l2) should support the BT878 chip. So gTVTimer should work with the v4l driver selected (if the v4l driver is configured the right way).

Just to clarify this: The TV driver selection in gTVTimer is bound to the limitations of drivers supported by MPlayer.


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 Won'tcompile

 
 by flashpoint241 on: May 25 2006
 
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Hi,

I installed Gambas from YaST (in SUSE 10), it installed version 1.9.17.

And gTVTimer won't compile in that. Could you make an RPM or an executable?


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 Re: Won'tcompile

 
 by Elentirmo74 on: May 26 2006
 
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First of all, the gambas version needed to run gTVTimer is gambas 1.0.x (latest is gambas 1.0.16). The gambas version 1.9.x (a.k.a. gambas2) uses a different syntax and is in beta state and therefore subject to changes.

If you are not familiar with installing gambas from source than take a look at http://gambas.sf.net under Resources/Download. Here you will find a link to precompiled SuSE packages.

After installing gambas from the given source gTVTimer should run without problems.

I hope I could help you. Please give a short note.


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 cannot compile

 
 by fede77 on: Jun 19 2006
 
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I cannot compile... i am getting:

Unknow identifier: DataPicker
on line 329 in FTimerSetting.class


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 Great work

 
 by peterson on: Jun 28 2007
 
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Great work Elentirmo74...
I use your application every day and without problems.

Thank you


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