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|−|The ivtv devices have built-in hardware compression. They include the Hauppage PVR-150, 250, 350, and 500 cards; for a full list, see [http://www.ivtvdriver.org/index.php/Supported_hardware supported hardware]. |+|
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|−|* See the [ http://www.ivtvdriver. org/index.php/Download ivtv downloads page] for the latest software releases |+|
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|−|* See the [ http://www.ivtvdriver.org/index.php/Main_Page ivtv wiki] for instructions |+|
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|−|Since the ivtv devices have their own wiki, there is no need to duplicate the effort here. |+|
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|−|However, note that the ivtv code has now been merged into the v4l tree in the mainline linux kernel (as of Winter 2007). |+|
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Latest revision as of 20:49, 21 January 2012
ivtv devices feature an on-board hardware MPEG2 encoder; a cx23415 or cx23416. ivtv devices are supported by the ivtv kernel driver module.
Supported ivtv devices
Notable devices within this category are the Hauppuage PVR-150, 250, 350, and 500 cards.
An up-to-date list of ivtv devices supported by V4L-DVB drivers is found in the CARDLIST.ivtv file in the master development repository.
Devices supported by the kernel running on your system are listed in your local
The ivtv Project maintains its own wiki; upon which you will find more information on the devices currently supported by the ivtv driver framework.