Sourcetrunk (Episode 023) : Nuvexport

This episode will show you how to export you MythTV recordings with Nuvexport, demonstrate dogfighting in style with Beyond the Red Line and downloading your favorite podcasts has never been easier with Bashpodder

I. Multimedia Software : Nuvexport
nuvexport can be used as an alternative to MythTV’s inbuilt transcoding for recorded TV files. It is a script designed to export mythtv nuv and mpeg-nuv files to other formats, including Xvid, svcd, dvd and others.

wiki Nuvexport

II. Games : Beyond the Red Line
Beyond the Red Line is a stand-alone total conversion for the award-winning Freespace 2 released by Volition and Interplay for the PC. It is based on the popular new tv-show Battlestar Galactica. No, not the one from the 70s.

III. The little extra : Bashpodder

BashPodder Was written and is maintained here by me (Linc) with the generous code contributions and great ideas of many of its users, some of whom have contributed modified scripts of their own. BashPodder is currently licensed under the GPL. BashPodder was written to be small and fast, and most importantly, to conform to the KISS rule (Keep It Simple Stupid). That way, anyone can add to and detract from the script to suit their own needs (and they are welcome to do so). BashPodder is listed in many places as a “Linux” podcatching client, and in fact, that is what I wrote it for initially, however, it should be noted that I have dozens of emails telling me how well it works on everything else, including but not limited to MaxOSX, Solaris, AIX, Net Open and FreeBSD, even windows and many other OS’s I have forgotten I am sure.

music from Bari Koral on
theme from Brand New Sin on

beer on this episode : Vedett

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