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Master Geek

Topic # 59197 29-Mar-2010 21:25
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On reading through the latest kmttg documentation I noticed that three days ago a new version of tivdecode was release, and it support the TS MPG streams that NZ TiVos copy off their files in.

I have run a test and copied off a file which worked, then re-cut it into an H.264/MKV which looks great.

Up until three days ago I would have said use VideoReDO, but tivodecode is FREE so get in there and use that instead.  It also integrates nicely into kmttg.  Links for both programs are here ...


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Master Geek

  Reply # 313838 1-Apr-2010 12:52

Cool. Thanks for sharing. Do I need to install PyTiVO to get this working ?

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  Reply # 313843 1-Apr-2010 13:00
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Nope. I suggest using it with kmttg ... they make a perfect fit.

kmttg - pull the files off you tivo, and automatically pass to tivodecode for de-encryption.

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