[mythtv-users] Anyone have HD3000 analog & digital working on 2.6.19?
mythtv at rodsbooks.com
Mon Mar 12 05:38:02 UTC 2007
On Monday 12 March 2007 00:32, gchris at bellsouth.net wrote:
> I've been trying to get both the analog and digital tuners working on a fc6
> Mythtv install and while the digital tuners work, the analog tuners won't.
> cx8800 is running, /dev/video0 and /dev/video1 are present and the tuners
> all appear to set up properly using Analog Options in mythtv-setup. But
> when I go to Mythfrontend it only "sees" the digital tuners, not the analog
> ones. Does anyone have this working on this kernel?
I've had it working with 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199, and 2.6.20 kernels. I've not
tried it with 2.6.19 (without a fourth-digit revision number), though. A few
1) On my system, I get just one /dev/video* device for the HD3000. I'm not
sure why you're getting two, unless you've got two cards. It's possible
that's related to your problem, but that's a wild guess. Try this command
to check what each of the devices is:
udevinfo -a -p $(udevinfo -q path -n /dev/video0)
Replace "video0" with "video1" for the second device. This will give you
information on the driver and device associated with each device file.
2) What MythTV backend setup options are you using? In the mythtv-setup
program, you should select "DVB DTV Capture Card" as the "Card Type" in
the "Capture Cards" area. From your mention of the "Analog Options", I
suspect you're already doing this, but I'm not 100% positive of that, so
I thought I'd mention it.
3) I've found that it works best if you create two Zap2It lineups, one for
digital channels and one for analog channels. Create two video sources in
mythtv-setup, one for each of these lineups. This will let you keep
channels straight, particularly if you've got an NTSC-only card in addition
to the HD3000.
4) You've got to assign video sources to both the digital and the analog
tuners in the "Input Connections" part of mythtv-setup.
5) MythTV seems to favor the digital stations if you tune directly in live TV,
at least unless you take steps to favor analog stations by playing with the
input priorities. Check your program guide and schedule a recording on an
analog station to force an NTSC recording.
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