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{{Note box|As of September 2014, Hauppauge has released newer versions on many of their digital and hybrid tuners (usually ending in ...5, as in HVR-225'''5''').  These newer tuners are '''NOT''' currently supported in the mainline (free) Linux kernel.  Updates (if any) would be posted on the [http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hauppauge LinuxTV] site.  Furthermore, Hauppauge has performed a rolling upgrade on their tuner line and the new tuner versions are shipped in the old boxes, meaning that it is not possible to insure that a newly purchased card will work in Linux (and people have been receiving cards that do not work in Linux).}}
 
{{Note box|As of September 2014, Hauppauge has released newer versions on many of their digital and hybrid tuners (usually ending in ...5, as in HVR-225'''5''').  These newer tuners are '''NOT''' currently supported in the mainline (free) Linux kernel.  Updates (if any) would be posted on the [http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hauppauge LinuxTV] site.  Furthermore, Hauppauge has performed a rolling upgrade on their tuner line and the new tuner versions are shipped in the old boxes, meaning that it is not possible to insure that a newly purchased card will work in Linux (and people have been receiving cards that do not work in Linux).}}
  
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{{Note box|As of Jan 2016, Hauppage have released drivers for some of their newer cards http://www.hauppauge.com/site/support/linux.html}}
  
 
== Supported Hardware ==
 
== Supported Hardware ==

Revision as of 12:45, 17 January 2016

Hauppauge

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Hauppauge Computer Works - Produces several lines of PVRs.

LinuxTV has information on supported cards.


Important.png Note: As of September 2014, Hauppauge has released newer versions on many of their digital and hybrid tuners (usually ending in ...5, as in HVR-2255). These newer tuners are NOT currently supported in the mainline (free) Linux kernel. Updates (if any) would be posted on the LinuxTV site. Furthermore, Hauppauge has performed a rolling upgrade on their tuner line and the new tuner versions are shipped in the old boxes, meaning that it is not possible to insure that a newly purchased card will work in Linux (and people have been receiving cards that do not work in Linux).


Important.png Note: As of Jan 2016, Hauppage have released drivers for some of their newer cards http://www.hauppauge.com/site/support/linux.html

Supported Hardware

MythTV supports the following cards through the IVTV driver.

PVR Line (Personal Video Recorder):

  • Hauppauge PVR-150
  • Hauppauge PVR-250
  • Hauppauge PVR-350
  • Hauppauge PVR-500

Other models may be supported through various other drivers.

HVR Line (Hybrid Video Recorder):

USB Line: