i have batch cmds to check if it's running, but what you need is a que to add file to if it's already running..that way it'd be processed when current one is complete..
but i bet you'd be better off jsut using a faster ffmpeg encoding line, as ffmpeg can handle more than one at once..
hmm,i just thought of a utility i could make to enable anything to be run as a single process, with subsequent runs waiting for first one to finish before starting
i'll upload it if i get it done here in next few days...[could be handy for other things too...like comskip,etc..]
1. C2D 1.6ghz XPPro, ATI HD4650lowprofile,Cat 8.11, Aver M780, KWorld PCI 120, MVP, GBpvr 1.4.7, Comm. Skin. VFD, Imon plugin w/SmartieLCD[custom]
2. C2D 2.53, XPPro, ATI HD3450, Kworld 330U, Comm. Skin, GBpvr 1.4.7
Author: Pvrx2 utils- Simple Archiver.bat, NTFSLinker [Junction gui]
Universal Util: MCE Remote no-software trick and Shutdown Protector
3. Zotac Mini ITX G41[$84] + ati 650pro pcie[$29], Celeron duo[$22] BDRom drive [$48]
Roku not playing stream
Looks to me like the Roku client channel for npvr never really took off, but I do like my Roku and am trying to stream Npvr recordings. I am able to record through npvr on my computer, and when I try to play through the Roku it looks like the recording is there, but when I click to "play now" it seems to end instantly. I can't get the recording to play on the Roku.
I see the .MP4 video file there, on the computer with npvr but it simply won't play from my Roku.
I hope somebody sees this, I know it is old. I have the same problem, the file shows up on Roku but when played nothing happens. Has there been any fixes to this problem?