On Wednesday 13 September 2006 21:39, Christophe Thommeret wrote:
> Le Mercredi 13 Septembre 2006 21:24, V=EDctor Lluci=E0 a =E9crit=A0:
> > Imagine that I'm recording something, a really interesting documentary
> > (dvb-s), with vdr and whilst my favourite soccer team starts playing a
> > crucial match (dvb-t) that I wish to watch with kaffeine... What should=
> > do then? xD
> Launch Kaffeine first, then leave it in systray.
You're really hard to beat, Christophe ;-)
I'll ask it in a different way: is there a chance to solve the fact that wh=
using kaffeine with multiple dvb adapters (/dev/dvb/adapterN) and the first
one (adapter0) is "in use"/busy, kaffeine fails to try with the other
adapters and so you can't watch dvb streams? :-P
> But why do you want to use 2 different apps for dvb? Both Kaffeine and VDR
> give you the ability to watch a channel while recording another one (or
> even several).
I have a twin LNB; one of the LNB outs goes to the satellite company's STB,
in the restroom (I am paying an expensive subscription); the other goes to=
computer, in the bedroom, which runs vdr with the SoftCam plugin to watch,
whenever is possible -now it's not- the scrambled channels.
It's the only (cheap) way that I've found to tune different channels in the
restroom and in the bedroom...
Yep, I've a video sender, which is what the sat company recommends, but it's
not the same :-(
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