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Master Geek
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Topic # 60118 19-Apr-2010 21:07 Send private message

In my ideal world, I have converted my DVD's to ISO format and somehow from my Tivo box I see all the DVD's ready to stream/play.

Can I do this and what do I need?
Do I need a media player?

I am running Vista Home Premium and have a NZ Telecom TiVo.

PS I know b* all, but believe me will learn.
If I can get kmttg and PyTivo working, then I have a chance.

Any hardware recommendations gratefully received.





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Geek


  Reply # 322516 25-Apr-2010 00:03 Send private message

Try this you can rip your DVD's to play on your Tivo, they say click on 1GB chuncks which is fine if you like lots of small files.

If you untick it you get a single large file to play.

Not it doesnt stream you transfer movies you want to play over to Tivo.

Or you can get Pytivo to work and tell us how u did it



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 322572 25-Apr-2010 09:32 Send private message

Not it doesnt stream you transfer movies you want to play over to Tivo.

Or you can get Pytivo to work and tell us how u did it


I assume you mean "No it doesn't stream..."
Also when I said "If I can get kmttg and PyTivo working, then I have a chance." I actually meant that I do have them both working.





Nexus 7 32gb (V1)
Macbook Air (Mid 2013) - Yosemite
HP ProBook 470 - Windows 8.1
Samsung H6400 55" LED TV x 2
Panasonic TH-P50G10Z 50" Plasma TV
Panasonic DMR-PWT530GZ Blu-ray Recorder
Tivo x 2
Roku 3
Amazon FireTV
Denon AVR 1603

 



250 posts

Master Geek
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  Reply # 333734 23-May-2010 20:57 Send private message

I bought a PlayonHD Mini Media Player and converted a few DVD's to ISO fomat.
I won't say the Playon has the best interface but it does work.





Nexus 7 32gb (V1)
Macbook Air (Mid 2013) - Yosemite
HP ProBook 470 - Windows 8.1
Samsung H6400 55" LED TV x 2
Panasonic TH-P50G10Z 50" Plasma TV
Panasonic DMR-PWT530GZ Blu-ray Recorder
Tivo x 2
Roku 3
Amazon FireTV
Denon AVR 1603

 

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