--- Jesse Keating <jkeating(a)j2solutions.net> wrote:
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On Monday 17 November 2003 19:16, Jonathan C. Sitte wrote:
> Touching that the card is called a WinTV card ;). What would you
> recommend for capture, Kino?
Excuse me? I don't quite follow what you're asking. The WinTV
one of the best TV capture cards out there, especially for Linux
uses the bttv modules, works great.
Jesse Keating RHCE MCSE (geek.j2solutions.net
I received the PVR-250 card last friday.
Unfortunately the CD was scratched by the pcb mounting bracket and is
I have emailed both the vendor and hauppauge several times to no avail.
Is there anyone in the U.S. with this card?
I will gladly pay for postage and expenses for a burned CD copy (vers
1.7). Paypal or cash.
My linux question is: can I run a Realmagic Hollywod plus DVD decoder
card with the EM8300 chip along with this decoder?
The Hollywood Plus has vga-out/digital-out/and s-video-out.
Whereas the PVR-250 has only inputs.
So I guess what I want to know is can I capture with the pvr-250 and
display with the hollywood+?
The hollywood plus uses an external jumper cable to the vga cards
output. So the monitor actually plugs into the DVD card.
I am buried in the morass of xine/mplayer and their dependencies.
Not much fun on a dial-up connection.
Do you think that FC2 will include mp3/mpeg/ support ?
I forgot what a pita it was to get rh9 to do this.
Once I get it working I plan to test the pvr250 using mythtv.
How did you guys get your pvr-250 cards to work/checked out?
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