steven at openmedia
Jul 31, 2012, 9:43 PM
Post #2 of 7
I Use Mini-dlna to server up videos over DLNA. It supports most TVs and is
Re: DLNA question: howto move video into recordings?
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nice and easy to setup.
On Tue, July 31, 2012 8:48 pm, Jason Haar wrote:
> Hi there
> I've just got a Panasonic Smart VIERA TV - which comes with Ethernet and
> DLNA support, and with mythtv-0.25 as a backend it's great!
> However, I have an issue in that the "videos" DLNA area is a
> flat-listing of all videos (ie no filter options, not even directory
> structure) - which means there are pages of stuff to scroll through
> using the remote - yuck! The "recordings" DLNA area allows you to view
> by Date, Title, Genre, etc - much more useful
> So, does anyone know how to make DLNA "video" support more filter
> options, or how can I link the videos back into the recording area?
> myth.rebuilddatabase.pl used to be the way to do it, but now there are
> warnings it's depreciated, so I'd rather do the right thing than ruin
> everything ;-)
> Running a different DLNA server is an option, so anyone who has solved
> this that way is welcome to pipe up too :-)
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