[mythtv-users] PCI-E Analog Card
kevin at familyross.net
Mon Jan 25 01:22:27 UTC 2010
Brent Norris wrote:
> On 1/24/2010 5:24 PM, Kevin Ross wrote:
>> Brent Norris wrote:
>>> What I really need right now is what type of card should I be looking
>>> at for best support in this PCI-e system that I will be working with
>>> at the start.
>> Looking over the linuxtv.org wiki, your requirements narrows down your
>> choice to one offering, the Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1800, which has analog
>> and digital tuner capabilities, the analog portion is supported in
>> Linux, and it has built-in MPEG2 encoding for analog sources, so your
>> CPU doesn't have to do it. But you'd need 10 of them, since it only has
>> one analog tuner per card.
> Most of the stuff that I have read says that the analog isn't
> supported and one place on the linuxtv.org site it actually says that
> mythtv doesn't work with it. Can you give me the link that you have
> which describes it as working and what they did to get it that way?
Ack, I missed the part about it not working with MythTV. That's sucks,
since it was the only one listed at linuxtv.org as being PCI-e and with
analog support. Sorry.
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