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  • Convert WTV to iPod, no commercials: ffmpeg trouble

    I've been trying to get a profile set up that automates converting my Windows 7 HD WTV-based shows converted to an iPod friendly format with commercials cut out. I've followed some of the blog and forum posts (including on this site), but all of them seemed to have one problem or another so I've...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by Ivan on Thu, Nov 12 2009
  • export to ipod with ffmpeg help with conditional processing

    I’ve set up a scheduled job to run each day to run comskip and to convert my dvr-ms programs to .mp4 and load to itunes and delete the original MCE. Because of the way MCE tags programs with station and time information vs. episode I have an ongoing issue where MCE might record several programs...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by nik on Mon, Feb 25 2008
  • addtoitunes.js error

    I was having inconsistent behavior using the export-to-ipod-ffmpeg profile using Filewatcher. I think I found what might be causing the issue but I haven't done any coding in javascript so I'm looking for confirmation. I ended up just stepping through one of the dvr-ms to mp4 conversions step...
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by nik on Mon, Dec 17 2007
  • Inconsisent behavior - v1.2.1.0

    I'm having a bit of sporatic behavior. I had 10 MCE programs get recorded during the day today. I'm using the standard "export to ipod using ffmpeg" profile and using the winform filewatcher. End result is I had 5 of the programs load into iTunes just like they should. The others seem...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by nik on Mon, Dec 3 2007
  • When's the next version coming? not worth the effort.

    I was curious when to expect something more reliable than I can't reliably convert any of my dvrms to mp4 using ffmpeg. Using the filewatcher and even with DTB GUI there are times when things start, no logs indicate any problems but nothing finishes it just hangs at various places. Under...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by nik on Mon, Nov 26 2007
  • Help with converting to mp4

    Hello out there, I am new to Media Center as I have been using Tivo for years but am now using Media Center since it cuts out the need to download the programs. My ultimate goal is to get the program converted to mp4 format w/o the commercials so I can load the programs onto either my iPod or PSP. My...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox - Vista/7 (Forum) by tkelly_az on Sun, Nov 4 2007
  • Transcoding video for the iPod

    Last updated: 2007-10-22 For more information see the related wiki page: iPod Conversion Discuss this on the forums Requirements: DTb or (or newer) iTunes 7.x FFDshow (Stable Build) ATI AVIVO codecs. Convert With Ffmpeg packages (included with DTB or newer) You extract...
    Posted to DVRMSToolbox (FileGallery) by Coyote on Tue, Sep 18 2007
  • DVRMS to iPod conversion

    In the comments section of a recent post , Chris Lainer mentions that you can use DVRMSToolbox to convert files for viewing on the iPod. He didn't mention that, unlike most things with DTB, there is a well documented process doing exactly this. It's actually been available for a long time, and...
    Posted to andy vt's blog (Weblog) by babgvant on Thu, Sep 6 2007
  • Re: Adding transcoded videos to iTunes

    I downloaded your code and I think I have all of the prerequisite software that your code requires, but I am unable to convert a dvr-ms file into the ipod format. I have included the log from one such attempt: InputFile=C:\Users\Public\Recorded TV\Sesame Processing...
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by pa_dave on Sat, Jun 2 2007
  • Re: Adding transcoded videos to iTunes

    Cut! Print it! I've updated the the top of this thread with a package containing everything you need to run this yourself.
    Posted to Transcoding (Forum) by Coyote on Wed, Mar 28 2007
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