<div><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;"><br>Hi,<br><br>Using my PS3 as a vdr client is also my target. But I experienced bad<br>
(de-)interlacing when watching SD TV using SD output (even with right<br>resolution). I am now waiting the new HV xorg driver to have more control on<br>the video than the already available fb blit mechanism. I did rewrite the fb
<br>driver of xinelib to enhace it with ps3 blit functionality and virtual fb but<br>it did not improve the output quality. By the way, the PS3 have a colorspace<br>issue to display the OSD with proper color palette under the fb. (X is not
<br>affected by this)<br><br>Actually I am using streamdev and xineliboutput together.<br>Xineliboutput is good to pilot the server side from any linux based system.<br>Streamdev + FF card + vdr is the best deal for client device (I am using this
<br>solution over wifi and it works like a charm)<br>Streamdev + m3u patch is ideal to use VLC with playlist and allow Win OS to<br>access the TV programs.</blockquote><div><br><br>Hi,<br>I would like to use my PS3 as vdr client as well.
<br>I'm currently using xineliboutput for my other client (on a standard PC), so this would be my first choice, but I've no problem to switch back to vdr-xine (which I used in the past - with the network patch... I moved to xineliboutput just because I don't want to patch xine-lib everytime anymore..)
<br><br> Can you give more details of what are you using on your PS3?<br><br>Thanks,<br>Graziano<br></div><br></div><br>