[mythtv] vps once again...
waggawagga at gmx.net
Thu Jul 22 17:10:50 EDT 2004
i guess i'll subscirbe to the ivtv dev -mailinglist as i think thats the
right place to get involved with the vbi/vps stuff in the driver, right?
hm im not quite sure if i understand your last paragraph correctly (as
i'm not a native english speaker) i'll try to repeat what you said in my
please correct me if i misunderstand something.
mythtv doesnot support vbi with x50's since it uses the latest stable
version of the ivtv driver and vbi isnt supported there. so far so good.
and the newer (unstable) version of ivtv is not used (yet). and new code
(in myth) must not interfere with old drivers (e.g. render them
if so what about the feature in the appearance setup page that allows to
specify different resolutions for gui and video? this is only available
if xrandr support is available in the x-window system. wouldnt that be a
similar case? vps only available with ivtv driver-version > 0.1.9
if vbi/vps support is in the newer version ivtv drivers as you said,
won't theses drivers new capabilities (most important for me vps
support) be added to mythtv in a near future release?
so long & thanks
p.s. mythtv missed the last 3 minutes of C.S.I. yesterday, because of
the unpreceise timings given by orf (austrian broadcast company) and
that would be no problem with vps support, so i said to myself
"something has to happen". i hope i'm able to do it, if its not allready
Am Don, den 22.07.2004 schrieb Michael T. Dean um 22:02:
> maestro wrote:
> >i'd like to know if anyone has made any
> >attempts to include vps support into mythtv,
> I don't think so.
> >btw. does the hauppauge pvr 250 support vbi, as this is mandatory for
> >receiving vps signals i hope it does.
> Hans Verkuil has been doing a significant amount of work on VBI/VPS
> support for the PVR-x50 cards using Chris Kennedy's patch series for
> ivtv-0.1.10pre2. I recommend checking out ck100b (
> http://kmos.org/~ckennedy/ivtv/ivtv-0.1.10-pre2-ck100b.diff ) and
> subscribing to the IvyTV ML's (
> http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=73219 ) before getting too
> involved. You'll probably still have to do some work on Myth, but might
> find that the PVR-x50 drivers are ready to go.
> IIRC, Myth doesn't currently provide support for VBI/CC with the
> PVR-x50's, yet, since the stable version of ivtv (0.1.9) doesn't support
> VBI. Therefore, to get the patch accepted into Myth, you'll have to at
> least consider drivers that don't support VBI and have a plan for
> ensuring that the new code doesn't interfere with users of the stable
> driver (or cause a flurry of "why doesn't it work for me" questions on
> the list).
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