José Oliver Segura
primijos at gmail.com
Wed Nov 29 13:50:04 CET 2006
Does this mean some advance to see why some devices work fine
with their native drivers/mediacenters/windows and not so well under
linux? I experiment the same behaviour with my nova-t stick. Currently
I'm trying to get an example of errors/signal for each
channel/frequency, just to see if it can show me some kind of common
factor about the group of channels that don't work 100% ok with linux,
in order to see it gives some clue regarding this.
I've also e-mailed tech support at hauppauge in order to know if
they could give me some hint about what their drivers/applications do
and -seems- linux drivers doesn't do (as long as -it seems- that
native hauppauge applications don't show up these kind of artifacts),
but, as you could expect... no reply yet (I don't hope to get it, but
that mail is something I must try, as "hauppauge" customer :) )
On 11/29/06, Federico Quagliata <federico at quagliata.org> wrote:
> I "reproduced" the problem on Windows too.
> Using progDVB with the "BDA Module" results in the same artifacts and
> quirks I experimented on Linux.
> Windows Media Center and Pinnacle's own tv program still work fine: video
> quality is very high.
>  http://www.progdvb.com/
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