[rescue] WTB: Cisco C3524 and C3512
lionel4287 at verizon.net
Tue Aug 8 15:15:31 CDT 2006
My Replay has a 30 second skip, don't know if new ones still do.
Seems to me it should be easy to implement in MythTV (or similar) - there is an issue when you overshoot (when they squeeze in an extra 15 second spot, esp. on reruns of older shows)...
I would like the ability to trim out commercials off-line, iMovie style - run the movie, pick a start and end point, click on "snip" and it is gone...
Replays also network quite well (sharing programs between units on a network) and there is software available to make a WinPC (or other, the software is multi-platform Java code) act as a ReplayTV archive (replaypc.sourceforge.net?)
>From: Phil Stracchino <phil.stracchino at speakeasy.net>
>Date: 2006/08/08 Tue AM 07:33:42 CDT
>To: The Rescue List <rescue at sunhelp.org>
>Subject: Re: [rescue] WTB: Cisco C3524 and C3512
>Lionel Peterson wrote:
>> While I'm on the subject of lightning, my list of damaged items increased to include an 80 hour Replay unit. The unit has a lifetime activation, so I'm considering sending it back to Replay for repair. The repair is $150, but the lifetime activation is retained. The Ethernet port died, and seemingly took the motherboard with it (on power-up the screen stays blank, but the HD spins up and the fan works).
>I actually hadn't realized ReplayTV was still out there and in business.
> ReplayTV is still the only DVR with the 30-second skip feature, right?
>(Though what I still want in a DVR is a button to not just skip the
>commercials, but instantly and permanently edit them out.)
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