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me-tv

Langue: en

Version: 2010-08-08 (fedora - 01/12/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

me-tv - a digital television (DVB) viewer for GNOME

SYNOPSIS

me-tv [-?|--help] [-v|--verbose] [-s|--safe-mode] [-m|--minimised] [--disable-epg] [--disable-epg-thread] [--no-screensaver-inhibit] [--devices] [--read-timeout] [--display=DISPLAY]

DESCRIPTION

Me TV is a GTK desktop application for watching digital television services that use the DVB standard. Me TV works with DVB-T/C/S and ATSC cards that have kernel driver support.

Me TV uses the xine video player to render its output onto its video window. Me TV reads the Electronic Program Guide (EPG) data that is transmitted over the air to populate a built-in program guide which can be used for scheduling recordings.

Me TV has a built-in scanner which can autoscan certain countries or use an initial scan file.

OPTIONS

-?|--help
Show help options.
-v|--verbose
Show verbose output.
-s|--safe-mode
Show the preferences dialog an don't show video upon start.
-m|--minimised-mode
Show minimised in notification area at startup.
--disable-epg
Stops the rendering of the EPG event buttons on the UI.
--disable-epg-thread
Disable the EPG thread. Me TV will stop collecting EPG events.
--no-screensaver-inhibit
Tells Me TV not to call the screensaver Inhibit/UnInhibit methods for GNOME Screensaver.
--devices
Only use the specified frontend devices. You can specify more than one device by using a comma or colon separator. (e.g. --devices=/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend1)
--read-timeout
How long to wait (in seconds) before timing out while waiting for data from demuxer (default 5)
--display=DISPLAY
X display to use

AUTHOR

Michael Lamothe (2007-2010) <michael.lamothe@gmail.com>. Copyright (C) 2010 Michael Lamothe <michael.lamothe@gmail.com>.
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> intentions du monde).
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