Re: [nslu2-linux] ffmpeg on nslu2 w/ debian
- This is what you said clover_kid34655
> I am trying to use the slug to serve video to my Tivo. I want to runIf you expect the NSLU2 to be the rendering device you might as well forget it.
> pyTivo on it. It requires ffmpeg to decode the video. I get an "illegal
> instruction" error message when I run the command ffmpeg -i movie.mpeg.
> Anyone running this set up that can give me some pointers?
Maybe others have had better luck then I, but I have only been able to get NSLU2 to serve content not to do on-the-fly transcoding.
As I no longer have a Tivo, I am not familiar with its client/server capabilities.
Does the Tivo work with UPnP?
Tversity, which runs on your PC, might be an alternative if you truly need on-the-fly transcoding.