I am trying to 'share' my recorded shows over my network. I use BTV for my main HTPC. I looked at BTV link, but my machine in my rec room is an older 'homegrown' machine that I pieced together over the years... thus I don't have permission (nor do I really want) to spend the $$$ to buy MS Windows.
So, I installed Suse 10.2 and freevo. I have it configured and such to look on my BTV HTPC connected to my HDTV in the living room. Now, this machine is BTV 4.6, with a Hauppauge HVR-1600 (dual tuner: one HDTV ATSC and one S-Video/Stereo Audio off my satellite) capture card.
All the recordings from the S-Video are fine. But the HDTV ATSC shows (ending with a .ts) are not. I recorded the MLS game off of ABC last thursday, and when I play back the show on the freevo box via mplayer, I hear the audio, I just see a weather picture. However, if I fire up BTV and play the recorded show... I see the real deal.
So, here is my question..... Has anybody a similar setup, and if so, what program can play a .ts (a transport stream) file on linux? I have tried mplayer, xine, and xmovie with no success.