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Timeshift Support
#31
Packaging script won't work like that, configure has no effect on the packaging script.

Read the instructions I've put on the lonely coder wiki.

Adam
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#32
thanks adam,

confirmed that building manually works O K.
but how does packaging with timeshift work then?


and with this version tvheadend (3.3.207) my timeshift buffer files are present in the specified folder.
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#33
should i add --enable-timeshift to:

$ AUTOBUILD_CONFIGURE_EXTRA=--enable-bundle --enable-timeshift ./Autobuild.sh -t precise-amd64
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#34
will there be a "Timeshift On/Off" button in tvh settings ? Personally I don't want a permant disk writing ring buffer ..

.. what about some options like: 1) no timeshift at all, 2) permanent timeshift via ring buffer and 3) (I guess you called it that way) pause-event-driven timeshift, a record that is initiated when pausing live tv (that indeed would be nice to have) ?

Greetz

LastCoder
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#35
i'm assuming that tvh only starts writing to disk when pause is pressed and stops when channel change is initiated?
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#36
(2012-12-19, 13:02)basco Wrote: should i add --enable-timeshift to:

$ AUTOBUILD_CONFIGURE_EXTRA=--enable-bundle --enable-timeshift ./Autobuild.sh -t precise-amd64

You can do:

Quote:AUTOBUILD_CONFIGURE_EXTRA=--enable-timeshift ./Autobuild.sh -t precise-amd64


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#37
Thanks! Timeshift is now working great.
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#38
Planning to update my tvheadend version to allow for timeshift, but have a quick question.

I have a single seat xbmc/tvheadend setup.

I record to my synology diskstation NAS, would I be better setting my timeshift buffer drive to my local ssd (128gb), or is it okay to use my NAS?

Thanks
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#39
doesn't matter what you choose.
timeshifting is like recording.
i personally have my timeshift folder on my tvheadend server.
better... it's generating less network traffic... i don't know if that is better for you
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#40
Ok thanks

I'm guessing the 100gb + of free space on my ssd would be more than adequate for timeshift. So will probably use that as will decrease network traffic.
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#41
Is it stable? Or does it crash?
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#42
(2012-12-20, 17:23)bilbonvidia Wrote: Is it stable? Or does it crash?
It's in a very early stage. Sometimes it's does'nt make what you expect (stuttering, jumping, artifacting while playback) but it don't crash.
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#43
Great work on the timeshift
Happy to see it being implemented.
Get some juddering when playing back. Not sure if that's my system though.
But so happy with it.
Timeshift + series link (from xbmc) and I would be 1 very very happy bunny.
Thanks and keep up the good work. :-)
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#44
i had the juddering too.
there where no files in the timeshift folder.
updated to latest tvheadend.
timeshift files are written.
juddering is gone.
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#45
Not sure if I have the newest version?
HTS Tvheadend 3.3.216~g6755147
If there is a newer version will update later (when I get home from work/pub)
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