[mythtv-users] Any DVB-T card that can be used with a VCR?
st3v3.sm1th at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 16:32:15 UTC 2007
One of the Hauppauge PVR-150/250/350 cards will do this no problems (no
DVB-T included though).
There are some newer Hauppauge DVB-T/Analogue cards as well but linux
support is still patchy.
On 06/06/07, David Segall <david at segall.net> wrote:
> I have a DVICO DVB-T Plus and a Winfast DTV1000 T. Although they both
> accept a video input signal from the VCR that can be processed by MythTV
> they seem to rely on a direct connection between the VCR and the sound
> card for audio (the DVICO card includes an internal cable for the
> connection). The inevitable result is that, by the time MythTV has
> processed the video signal, the video and audio are out of synch.
> I would like to play video tapes and transfer them to DVD. Has anyone
> managed to do that? Ideally with one of the above cards but I am willing
> to buy a new DVB-T card to obtain this facillity.
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