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# 40694 2-Sep-2009 09:38
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Hi,

I have a new tuner card (HVR-3000) which is an upgrade from the simple HVR-150. I'm planning on installing using DVB-S input for Freeview (from sky dish) as well as the Sky into the analog input.

The card appears to be recognised as it shows up correctly in mythtv-setup and dmesg looks happy too. I upgraded my kernel specifically, as it is supposed to support this chipset.

I can't seem to get any signal from the analog

Has anyone got this working without patches in Linux?

Cheers,
Julius.

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  # 252502 2-Sep-2009 11:11
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The HVR3000 doesn't have an onboard MPEG2 encoder for the analogue inputs. This means you'll need to use a software based MPEG2 encoder to encode the analogue stream before it can then be decoded.

I have no idea if this can be done with Myth but presumably it can.


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  # 252521 2-Sep-2009 12:00
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Julius - Might be worth joining us on the NZ MythTV Mailing list as a couple of posters have gotten that card working.





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