[vdr] Any USA users out there?

Chad Flynt hoochster at sofnet.com
Mon Mar 13 23:17:25 CET 2006


Only have experience with DVB-S, but the T cards should work as well.  
Yeah I use VDR mainly for a Multimedia Box and some FTA.  USA does not 
support CAM support as of yet, but hopefully someday it will. 

Simon Baxter wrote:

> Thanks.  Will have a look...
>
> I had been trying to get my DVB-T system working here, but looks like 
> that's a non-starter.
>
> What do you use?  I gather DVB-S with some of the FTA channels?  Any 
> CAM usage?
>
> Thanks
>
> Simon
>
>> I haven't had much time lately due to real life work and kids etc, 
>> but I do maintain a US site and try and keep it updated.  Someday i 
>> will get everything updated properly, so dunno if you wanna DEPEND on 
>> my site LOL. but feel free to sign up and check it out.
>>
>> http://www.hoochvdr.info
>>
>> It is just the little bit that I can give back!
>>
>> Simon Baxter wrote:
>>
>>> Hi.
>>>  I'm in Bellevue Washington - are there any USA users of VDR out there?
>>>  I have just moved here, after using VDR for the past 2 years in the 
>>> UK.
>>>  Simon
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