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The file name is the time in seconds since Jan 1, 1970 that the show was recorded. You need to run a Unix time tool in order to convert them to the date and time that they recorded. However, extract_rtv5 displays the file's date and time when using the -u option. Also, the -lv option outputs the file's date and time...
Try using the -udsx option in addition to the -udx option...
If you don't feel like copying another show's XML file and editing it, you can simply import the shows into DVArchive. DVArchive will expect the three files (.mpg, .ndx, and .evt) and will bring up a little dialog box for you to enter the basic information about the show. Of course, what you would need to do is to look at the show date and time and maybe watch a bit of the show with an MPEG-2 viewer to figure out the information to enter about the show...