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[vdr] Re: Help needed
Which software are you using as a soft mpeg decoder?
I've gotten further now. I've been able to use SCAN to locate available
channels, done a szap to a test channel and I'm getting a FE_LOCK so I'm able
to lock onto a channel but mplayer doesn't show anything (using
mplayer /dev/dvb/adapter0/dvr0) so I'm thinking that I need a soft mpeg
decoder to actually see the channel now.
Thanks for the suggestions from everyone -- it is certainly helping me work
On Wednesday 26 May 2004 10:24 am, Tony Grant wrote:
> Le mer 26/05/2004 à 15:03, André Weidemann a écrit :
> > Looks like you got pretty far.
> > The thing with VDR is, that you either need a full featured card with an
> > MPEG2 decoder or at least a card like yours and a Hollywood DXR3 card
> > that has a Video-Out in order to use VDR.
> > If you just want to watch Video with your card on you Linux desktop then
> > there's an easy way.
> Or xine and a soft mpeg decoder as in my case while waiting on the XvMC
> driver to include mpeg2 HW acceleration.
> Tony Grant
> www.tgds.net Library management software toolkit
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