So far i think the yahoo app is not going to work, and I really don't like that it will end up being a semi-manual operation. Personally I think the TitanTV route is the way to go. I was looking at Titan's website and it looks like anyone can create an account to use the service, no need to be a Haup card owner.
system 1 - PVR-250 and HVR-1600
system 2 - PVR-150 and HVR-1600
Just for the fun of it I e-mailed the tv-now people and asked for a free download. I also asked them about what format it is available in. I even asked for pure data files and if they would do it in xmltv. I told them they may have a hungry group of users if they would do it. Hey, its worth a shot!
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my app that connects to titantv's soap is almost done. I hope tomorrow to release a test version. attached to this post is the first test output from the application. Sub (or anyone else), can you please verify if the format is right and if the gbpvr is able to read this file?
That is the main reason I have yet to release my flavor of the same tool....
......coupled with a couple of data bugs I am working through.....
I have a Haup card. Does the software that comes with it provide a UUID? How would I find out what it is?
Thinking about sub's suggestion for a P2P sharing/distribution method, how would that work out with such a diverse regional area as in the USA?
There are well over 100 different television markets in the US.
That might be fine for the larger markets in the big cities...
HTPC: AMD XP+2500, 512MB DDR (400) ~ Capture Device: Hauppage PVR-150
Storage: 30GB OS & Recording, 160GB Post Processing & Archive
Video Output: HD 32" TV via eVGA Geforce 6200le 256MB AGP DVI-HDMI cable out
Audio Output: Turtle Beach Riviera S/PDIF Optic Output (Digital pass thru only) to Home Theater Receiver
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