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As Data sources for video and TV VDR can use:
 
As Data sources for video and TV VDR can use:
* DVB cards, either DVB-T, DVB-C or DVB-S, each of them either as budget card without MPEG-Decoder or Fullfeatured DVB card with MPEG-Decoder (the latter therefore usually being output devices as well).
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* DVB cards, either DVB-T, DVB-C or DVB-S, each of them either as budget card without MPEG-Decoder or Fullfeatured DVB card with MPEG-Decoder (the latter therefore usually being [[output devices]] as well).
 
* analogue TV cards with MPEG encoder like Hauppauge PVR 250 or PVR 350, either PCI(preferred) or USB
 
* analogue TV cards with MPEG encoder like Hauppauge PVR 250 or PVR 350, either PCI(preferred) or USB
 
* analogue TV cards without MPEG encoder with Booktree BT848/878
 
* analogue TV cards without MPEG encoder with Booktree BT848/878
 
* the data stream of another VDR which works as a server
 
* the data stream of another VDR which works as a server

Revision as of 01:52, 24 April 2006

As Data sources for video and TV VDR can use:

  • DVB cards, either DVB-T, DVB-C or DVB-S, each of them either as budget card without MPEG-Decoder or Fullfeatured DVB card with MPEG-Decoder (the latter therefore usually being output devices as well).
  • analogue TV cards with MPEG encoder like Hauppauge PVR 250 or PVR 350, either PCI(preferred) or USB
  • analogue TV cards without MPEG encoder with Booktree BT848/878
  • the data stream of another VDR which works as a server