[vdr] Really stupid question about Full-Function DVB Cards

Brian-Imap Brian_Dorling at t-online.de
Fri Nov 29 17:01:59 CET 2013


On 11/17/2013 6:27 PM, Brian-Imap wrote:
> On 11/17/2013 5:31 PM, VDR User wrote:
>> You can also just buy a really cheap VDPAU capable Nvidia video card.
>> For about $25 you can have full HD support using VDPAU hardware
>> decoding.
>>
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> Thanks but its not that easy. I have a single XBMC which connects to VDR
> using the XVDR Plugin, and two TVs supplied via a Modulator, they are
> driven by the output of the FF card. If I just could decide on what 
> light-weight
> VDR client I should use for those 2 TVs (both used not too often), 
> then the modulator
> could go and the VDR would be totally headless.
>
> I'm still undecided about what to take.
>
> Currently still only SD due to the modulator.
>
> Cheers Brian
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Well I reinstalled the FF DVB-S card and it works flawlessly as an 
output device.
So thanks very much for that tip.

Bought a Raspberry Pi and am trying that with Openelec, and that seems 
to work
pretty well as a client. Quite a cheap solution.

Cheers Brian

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