[mythtv] DVB Driver for the pcHDTV HD-3000
freeman at andrews.edu
Tue Feb 1 21:52:46 EST 2005
On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 07:21:41PM -0500, Taylor Jacob wrote:
> Why don't you look at the dvb-linux documentation? There was support for analog
> cards in the dvb-kernel 2.4, so I have a feeling you may be able to add support
> for analog as well.. Ive mostly seen reference to it with DVB-C.. I don't see
> the DVB driver as being a bad thing..
I will look again but from what I remember it was analog cards with MPEG encoding on board. I will do some peeking though.
> > Transparent fallback? That sounds like a real bugger to
> > implement... lots of different ways to do it. Digital channels would need
> > to have a record of the equalent analog channel.
Not too hard... not trivial... but it can be done reasonably.
> Why don't you just get a better antenna? If your signal is that questionable
> you need to either use or not use it.. Coding in a fallback method would be a
> complete pain..
Been there... done that... and no I don't think the fallback would be that big of a pain.
> > > #5 profit ?!? (err... ooops... how'd that get in there)
> > Can't forget that! Maybe "geekness" fame and fortune... :)
> Uh.. How is profit related to any of this?
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