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|-|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 Brooktree BT848/878 |+|
|-|* the data stream of another VDR which works as a server |+|
|-|See [http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ Main_Page|DVB DVB Wiki] for Card details |+|
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Latest revision as of 19:03, 4 April 2013
Digital receiver devices
VDR supports DVB and ATSC digital tuner devices. Analogue tuner cards can be used also. DVB tuners are used in Europe, Africa, Australia and some parts of Asia including India and excluding China. ATSC tuners are used in Canada, Mexico, South Korea and United States.
Analogue tuner users may enter some text here.
ATSC tuner users may enter some text here.
VDR needs a DVB tuner for receiving TV signal from satellite, cable or terrestrial transmitter. DVB-S card is for receiving digital signal from satellite, DVB-T is for receiving digital signal from terrestrial transmitter and DVB-C is for receiving digital signal from cable. VDR can also use analogue cards. It is also possible to receive signal with VDR server and stream it to the client. DVB-C2, DVB-T2 and DVB-S2 tuner devices basicly mean devices capable of receiving HD content.
There are many of kind tuner cards to choose from. There are PCI, PCI-e and USB cards available. V4L-DVB Wiki has a list of devices at http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Hardware_Device_Information