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September 08, 2011
09:16 PM CEST

VDR Portal downtime: Alternative support forum for yaVDR users

Dear users of VDR and yaVDR!

Due to a downtime of VDR Portal, we invite you to join our own improvised support forum.

Update: VDR Portal is online again.

September 06, 2011
08:11 AM CEST

VDR developer version 1.7.21 is being packaged for yaVDR

Two days ago, Klaus Schmidinger has announced the release of VDR developer version 1.7.21. As always, we are excited about the new version and want to thank Klaus for his steady work on VDR core.

The yaVDR team has already started to use the new developer version to create updated experimental VDR packages in our PPA unstable-vdr. Packages for Ubuntu Lucid (yaVDR 0.3) and Ubuntu Natty (yaVDR 0.4) are now available, but most of them are untested. It is possible that we will update our PPA testing-vdr with the predecessor version: Our VDR 1.7.20 packages that are only a couple of days old now need a new home.

Let's have a look at the changes in VDR 1.7.21.

September 05, 2011
11:37 AM CEST

Managing your VDR channel list - Easier than ever with yaVDR 0.4

How much fun do you normally have while re-sorting your channel list? Digital TV providers offer their customers hundreds of TV channels and radio stations. At some point almost every person who receives digitial TV has to fiddle with re-sorting some of these channels. This can cause major frustration because the on-screen menus of Set Top Boxes or TVs with built-in receivers often seem to be designed without the urge to win usability awards. Have you ever tried to move a channel from position 2847 to position 7 using the remote control? And after that, to move another channel from position 2846 to position 8? It's as much fun as playing Tetris while the blocks are only dropping by one line per minute.

Even within the open source PVR world it's a challenge to offer a solution with decent usability. But this is going to change soon: Upcoming yaVDR 0.4 will assist you with your channel list in quite a clever way. Let's have a look at the all new channel list editor in the yaVDR web frontend and its built-in access to Channelpedia, the new VDR channel list directory.

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will there be more recent releases?
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