[linux-dvb] Re: Patch (small) : hvr1110 : enable capture device : svideo and composite1

Michael Krufky mkrufky at linuxtv.org
Thu Nov 16 16:38:39 CET 2006


tomlohave wrote:
> tomlohave at gmail.com a écrit :
>> Michael Krufky a écrit :
>>> tomlohave wrote:
>>>  
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>> This small patch enables video over s-video and composite1.
>>>>
>>>> One question : i 'm unable to test sound via line-in in my card ?
>>>>     
>>>
>>> Tom,
>>>
>>> The .amux value is the "audio mux" -- this might be set incorrectly,
>>> if you
>>> are not hearing audio.  Try and see if LINE1 works, instead.
>>>
>>>
>>>   
>> Thanks for your answer but i have already tested this setting (line1)
>> and same result.

[snip]

> Do i enable something about gpio ?
> 
> i search in http://perso.wanadoo.fr/tomlohave/hcw713x.inf about gpio and
> i found this :
> 
> ;---- SAA7133 ----
> [Hauppauge_33.AddReg]
> 
> ; Prefix will be displayed in front of the device name on every filter
> HKR, "Parameters","Prefix",,%Hauppauge_CUSTOM_TUNERNAME%
> 
> ; Reduces second pair of video/audio inputs
> HKR, "Parameters","SmallXBar",0x00010001,0x00
> 
> ; Specify the GPIO pin and polarity for VideoMUX control (Polarity is
> the MSB)
> HKR, "Parameters","VideoMuxGPIO",0x00010001,0x08
> 
> ; GPIO Audio Configuration HKR, "Audio", "I2S Output",
> 0x00010001,0x00000000 HKR, "Audio", "I2S2 Output", 0x00010001,0x00000000
> 
> Is this can help me ? (i don't want to break my card, so i'm careful and
> prefer ask question before ...)

Tom,

I have no idea, without having the card in my hands and testing it myself.

I cannot guarantee that you can write GPIO to the card without damaging it,
although I think it is probably safe.

Proceed at your own risk ... If it were me, I would try it.
-- 
Michael Krufky




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