After having my Sony Sat T-60 Series 1 DirecTiVo for about 8 years, I'm finally upgrading to a TiVo HD. It should be here soon, so in the meantime I need to do some research and prepare my home network for the addition.
To leverage my Mythdora MythTV box I want to support the following in Linux:
Let's see how to do that...
The kmttg perl-Tk script automates the downloading, decrypting, and transcoding of videos directly from the TiVo. It also removes the commercials.
The author only provides a .zip, so I've created a kmtg RPM. It's only partially tested so far.
Kmttg utilizes a couple of other packages, which aren't readily available in Fedora, to do the actual work.
I don't really care about actually uploading video into the TiVo, but I want to play my DVDs from my fileserver. It looks like pyTivo is the solution for that. I haven't started playing with that yet.
I'll update this posting as I make progress.