[mythtv-users] Fusion 5 Lite
b.taber at comcast.net
Wed Oct 11 20:21:54 UTC 2006
For reference this system is mythtv .20 updated from atrpms this morning
on an epia 10K running FC5.
On Wed, 2006-10-11 at 14:30 -0400, Bruce Taber wrote:
> I've seen a couple of references where folks have gotten the Fusion 5
> Lite card to work with mythtv on a cable system. If anybody has specific
> instructions that would be bonus.
> Let me preface this with the fact that the card is displaying some
> digital channels through the use of azap -r <some_channel> and then
> playing with mplayer -framedrop -vo xv -cache
> 8192 /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0. That seems to work okay on at least a few
> The problem I'm having is getting the card to work with mythtv. I have
> configured it with mythtv-setup. Both an analog and a digital capture
> card have been setup but neither has worked. So I thought the best thing
> to do is to drop back and get just the analog side working first.
> Here are the specifics in mythtv:
> Card type: Analog V4L capture card
> Video device: /dev/video0
> Probed info: BT878 video (DViCO FusionHDTV 5 [bttv]
> VBI device: /dev/vbi
> Audio device: /dev/dsp
> Audio sampling rate limit: (None)
> Default input: Television
> Starting the back end (it's a slave back end with this one card) starts
> okay but as soon as a front end tries to select this tuner the back end
> kicks out with a "HandleRemoteEncoder(cmd IS_BUSY) Unknown encoder: 7,
> exiting" error message.
> BTW, configuring the analog like above and then scanning for channels
> adds all of the analog channels that are detected from the wire. So, I'm
> assuming that the card can actually tune the analog signal.
> If anybody has gotten this to work I'd appreciate some guidance.
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