[mythtv-users] dct6200 firewire problems, choppy video, scrambled sound (More Info)
dscheste at gmail.com
Mon Jun 2 07:53:42 UTC 2008
I am gradually giving up on the idea of being able to record HD off a
DCT6200 box via firewire... As a tradeoff I was thinking of feeding
the video into my PVR150 card via S-Video, but the question is how do
I switch the channels then? Firewire switches channel no problem, but
how do I tell Mythtv to record video via one cad and switch channels
for the recording with the other (FW)?
On May 29, 2008, at 10:15 AM, Dmitry Shesterin wrote:
> Hello Team,
> I am running Mythbuntu 8.04, Intel 2.8 single core, 2Gb RAM combo
> Until recently, I had two Hauppage150 tuners and live was a breeze.
> I got myself a Shaw HDTV receiver (not PVR) - Motorola DCT6200 and
> was hoping to hook it up via Firewire to record HD and SD content.
> I did remove one of the Tuners sitting on /dev/video1 and added a
> new Firewire tuner via mythtv-setup. Nothing worked.
> I then ran firewire_tester and got if finally to connect on
> broadcast. And here's where the problems started.
> 1. If I chose to watch live TV via Firewire port, the picture
> emerges and freezes, the sound appears but it is scrambled.
> 2. If I select to record, the recording starts and I can play the
> recording later, but the recording plays choppy, the playback area
> is 640x480 and the sound is scrambled.
> Any suggestions as what is going on?
> I am using an Asrock Mobo that does not have native 1394, so I have
> plugged in nGear Firewire 1394 PCI Adapter Card 3 Ext 1 INT Ports. I
> did not install any additional drivers for it, it looks like it
> works out of the box.
> I also have two different channel lineups configured. The 150 tuner
> is hooked up to schedulesdirect analog channels and firewire to the
> digital lineup, this way I do not have my analog recorder grabbing
> scrambled signal off the higher HD channels.
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