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Want control? Build your own MythTV PC.
You don't do stuff like this to cut corners. You do it because you want what you want and because it's fun. And a personalized MythTV is so much more than a PVR. You can combine HDTV, DVD, all kinds of music, radio, photos, even a plug-in videophone module. All you need is a little Linux know-how, assorted software components and plug-ins, an adventurous nature, and this book to tell you how it all goes together. Voilà the entertainment hub of your dreams.
Learn to do all this and much more:
- Choose HD capture cards and sound drivers.
- Install and configure MythTV.
- Build your program guides.
- Use xine to add DVD menu support.
- Pass raw digital streams to an external decoder.
- Do cool things with your remote control.
- Hack your own themes.
- Export MythTV .nuv recordings to other formats.
A companion Web site provides even more of the know-how you need.
Visit www.wiley.com/compbooks/extremetech for links, updates, news about recent developments in MythTV, and resources shared by other readers like you.
Table of Contents
Part I: Introducing MythTV.
Chapter 1: What Is MythTV?
Chapter 2: Fundamental Linux Concepts for MythTV.
Chapter 3: MythTV Sound and Picture.
Part II: Installing and Configuring MythTV.
Chapter 4: Downloading, Installing, and Configuring Linux for MythTV.
Chapter 5: Remote Control Setup.
Chapter 6: MythTV Backend.
Chapter 7: MythTV Frontend.
Chapter 8: Making MythTV Work.
Part III: MythTV Plug-ins.
Chapter 9: Plug-Ins Overview.
Chapter 10: MythDVD.
Chapter 11: MythGallery.
Chapter 12: MythMusic.
Chapter 13: MythVideo.
Chapter 14: Plug-Ins from the MythTV Community.
Part IV: Advanced MythTV Hacks.
Chapter 15: MythTV Look, Sound, and Feel.
Chapter 16: MythTV Performance Hacks.
Chapter 17: Extending the MythTV Environment.
Chapter 18: MythTV Troubleshooting.
Part V: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Linux Distros, Downloads, and Docs.
Appendix B: MythTV Resources.
Appendix C: Linux System Diagnostics and Monitoring Tools.