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Default MythTV
MythTV is a "Personal Video Recorder", i.e. a computer-based video
recorder. It supports pausing and rewinding live TV, multiple tuner
cards, hardware or software video compression, onscreen program guides
and a distributed architecture.

http://www.mythtv.org/

MythTV FreeBSD port
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I will try to make a PBI for this port.
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I have submitted this module for testing. If all goes well, it should be available soon.
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MythTV is available as an optional part of the system with the new PCBSD 9.0 (currently 9.0-BETA1, test it out and let us know what you think before the official release!)
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