Difference between revisions of "User:Lak loho"

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Seems like we share the hobby of Linux and playing with DVB cards and programs ;-)
 
Seems like we share the hobby of Linux and playing with DVB cards and programs ;-)
  
I got a [[TwinhanDTV Digital Terrestrial TV Card Ter]] which I mainly used with [[VDR]] but without the software device, as I only use it for recording and normally don't watch live TV. I use the very nice web interface [[vdr-admin]] for scheduled recording.  
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===Hardware I'm using: ===
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* [[DVB-T]]: [[Pinnacle PCTV nano Stick (73e) (DVB-T USB stick)]] - slick and neat.
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* [[DVB-T]]: [[TwinhanDTV Digital Terrestrial TV Card Ter]] - worked nice for over 3 years, until it gave up the ghost. Probably plugging in and unplugging my room aerial to the mains caused some voltage hikes that burned a chip, oh well.
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* [[DVB-C]]: [[Twinhan VisionDTV Mini Cab DVB-C PCI‎]] - I seem to by lucky that it works for me...
  
I know, this is really lame, but I forgot the password of my old account [[LAk loho]]. See my old contributions here:
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===Software===
http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Special:Contributions/LAk_loho
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I watch live TV with [[Kaffeine]] or [[gxine]]. Otherwise I mainly used my cards with [[VDR]] but without the software device, as I only use it for recording, not watching live TV. I use the very nice web interface [[vdr-admin]] for scheduled recording -- I especially like the auto-timer feature, which records good films automatically when they're on (using keywords, e.g. the movie title).

Revision as of 23:24, 9 August 2008

Hi there

Seems like we share the hobby of Linux and playing with DVB cards and programs ;-)

Hardware I'm using:

Software

I watch live TV with Kaffeine or gxine. Otherwise I mainly used my cards with VDR but without the software device, as I only use it for recording, not watching live TV. I use the very nice web interface vdr-admin for scheduled recording -- I especially like the auto-timer feature, which records good films automatically when they're on (using keywords, e.g. the movie title).