VBox support was added in 0.28
V@Box Communications manufactures and sells a variety of network-attached tuner devices. Detailed information is available for the more popular devices by following the links.
|Standard||Model||Geographic area supported||Broadcast standards||Number of tuners||MythTV multi-rec capable|
|Satellite||XTi-3332||Australia & Europe||DVB-S/S2||2 tuners||TBC|
|Combi Satellite & Terrestrial||XTi-3340||Australia & Europe||2 x DVB-S/S2 2 x DVB-T||4 tuners||TBC|
|Combi Satellite & Cable||XTi-3350||Australia & Europe||2 x DVB-S/S2 2 x DVB-C||4 tuners||TBC|
|Terrestrial||XTi-3342||Australia & Europe||DVB-T/T2||2 tuners||TBC|
|Terrestrial Pay-TV||XTi-3342CI||Australia & Europe||DVB-T/T2||2 tuners||TBC|
|Cable TV||XTi-3352||Australia & Europe||DVB-C||2 tuners||TBC|
|Cable Pay-TV||XTi-3352CI||Australia & Europe||DVB-C||2 tuners||TBC|
Compile or install a version of MythTV with VBox support enabled
Vbox support doesn't require any external dependencies and is enabled by default so if your version of MythTV is current enough you should be able to use the VBox support out of the box.
Using mythtv-setup to add a VBox as a recorder
On the backend machine you want to handle recording from the VBox first stop any mythbackends running on the same machine then run mythtv-setup.
Click '2. Capture Cards' then '(New capture card)'. In the 'Card type' selection box choose 'V@Box TV Gateway networked tuner'. You will then be presented with a screen similar to below:-