[linux-dvb] Dell Dimension E521 AVerMedia M779 DVBt Hybrid TV Tuner

P. van Gaans w3ird_n3rd at gmx.net
Mon Jul 30 17:43:52 CEST 2007


greg wrote:
> On Sun, 2007-07-29 at 11:28 +0200, Greg Tee wrote:
> 
>>> 01:00.0 Multimedia video controller: Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG
>>> Unknown device 0720
> 
>> Finally I found some new information:
>>
>> [11:23:29] === Device Information ===
>> [11:23:29] Capture filter friendlyname:M779 PCIe Audio/Video Capture 1
>> [11:23:29] Model Name:                 AVerMedia M779
>> [11:23:29] Transmission Interface:     PCI Express
>> [11:23:29] Supported Standards:        PAL/SECAM/DVB-T
>> [11:23:29] TV Tuner:                   XC3018
>> [11:23:29] Audio/Video Decoder:        AVF4910A
>> [11:23:29] Encoder:                    NEC61151
>> [11:23:29] Ditial TV Demodulator:      ZL10353
>> [11:23:29] === Driver Version ===
>> [11:23:29] Bridge:                     2.4.0.31
>> [11:23:29] Video Capture:              2.4.0.31
>> [11:23:29] Tuner:                      2.4.0.31
>> [11:23:29] === Test Results ===
>> [11:23:29] Tuner Product ID:           3028
>> [11:23:29] Tuner Version:              HW: 1.0 FW: 2.7
>> [11:23:29] AVDeocder Manufacture ID:   0xEC
>> [11:23:29] Encoder Device Version:     2
>> [11:23:29] Demodulator Chip ID:        0x14
>> [11:23:29] Get Device Information:     [PASS]
>> [11:23:29] TV Tuner:                   [PASS]
>> [11:23:29] Audio/Video Decoder:        [PASS]
>> [11:23:29] Encoder:                    [PASS]
>> [11:23:29] Digital TV Demodulator:     [PASS]
>> [11:23:29] --- Test End ---
>> [11:23:29]
> 
> Does this info help to get this (Dell) hardware supported?
> 
> 
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Xceive.. Forget it. There is code for that, even code for Linux, but it 
was released by Rechberger and he's not planning on getting it to 
v4l-dvb in any way. In his last mail he said something about a userspace 
driver..  I'm not sure how that'll have to integrate with v4l-dvb.

I'd go look out for another TV-card right now.



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