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mplayerTV

mplayerTV is a frontend to MPlayer. You can watch TV with this program under Linux (v4l and v4l2) and probably under *BSD (bsdbt848).

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  •  25 Dec 2006 20:03

    Release Notes: This release adds capturing of USB audio (e.g., with Pinnacle PCTV USB2), fixes a scantv terminal emulator bug (it now uses the terminal emulator setting when scantv starts) and a scantv vbi bug (if /dev/vbi doesn't exist, it tries /dev/vbi0), uses the configuration settings of the video device when running scantv, and works around scantv's "/dev/vbi0: Device or resource busy" bug.

    •  29 Nov 2005 12:05

      Release Notes: Setting the video output format of the tuner was added. An English manual was created. A "Delete all channels" button was added to the configuration dialog. Mplayer is now started with the selected channel.

      •  27 Feb 2005 23:38

        Release Notes: Hardware MJPEG compression support was added. A better error handling was implemented. A few icons were added to buttons. Text entry was added for terminal-emulator path again (Configuration/General). The 'die without error message' bug was fixed. The 'watch it' command line parameter is working again. Menu mplayer/start is working again. A configuration saving bug was fixed. Gnome terminal bug workaround code was added. The default terminal emulator is xterm now.

        •  18 Oct 2004 17:30

          Release Notes: This release adds volume control with an external program (e.g., aumix) (Configuration/Audio) and a script exporting menu, and fixes a "start with fullscreen" bug.

          •  09 Jul 2004 08:38

            Release Notes: In this version, the terminal emulator, scantv, and mplayer text entry were removed. The channel list was added to the main window.

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