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ETV Personal Video Recorder

ETV is a personal video recorder (PVR) especially suited for European use. It can schedule by hand or according to rules based on XMLTV. It can also time-shift. The recorder runs on Linux, and the scheduler and frontend on either Linux or Windows. Its GUI is designed to be used with a remote on a TV screen.

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  •  05 Jul 2004 12:10

    Release Notes: Unicode support was added for program information, on-screen text, and user input. Diskspace is monitored, and wipeable recordings are freed if needed. Lots of tiny user-interface improvements were implemented. A local copy of the SDL library can now be used, meaning that the SDL-patches needed by ETV don't have to affect your global library anymore.

    •  10 Apr 2004 20:14

      Release Notes: ETV now has real "make install" and "make uninstall" capabilities. A command-line playing option was added. Estimated and real filesizes can be displayed. A "smoketest manual" was written. Spanish and French translations were updated or added. A lot of other bugs were fixed.

      •  31 Mar 2004 01:20

        Release Notes: This version features a bugfix to enable video-editing again. It also adds a draft of a Spanish frontend translation.

        •  29 Mar 2004 23:38

          Release Notes: A very bad Daylight Savings bug has been fixed, and some scheduler issues have been resolved. Internationalization support has been built into the frontend (English and Dutch for the moment, Spanish and German will follow). The recorder now verifies free diskspace, and documentation is included on how to set up IR remote control with lirc.

          •  19 Mar 2004 10:16

            Release Notes: Documentation was included once again.

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