[mythtv] all-in wonder s-video output

Brent Borghese mythtv-dev@snowman.net
Wed, 25 Dec 2002 01:51:09 GMT

You will also have to watch out for the /dev/videoX moving around on you, 
your TV-winder might move to /dev/video1.

Also, if you only want to use you all-in wonder, the driver can not use 
the overlay and video capture at the same time.  So, MythTV will not 

To get TV out to work in X, I had to compile the gatos's CVS source and 
Xfree86 source. 

But, I see there is a new version out "experimental 16", it might have 
the TV out support in it and you will not need to compile any thing.


>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

On 12/24/2002, 1:50:07 PM, Matt Zimmerman <mdz@debian.org> wrote regarding 
Re: [mythtv] all-in wonder s-video output:

> On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 12:38:52PM -0600, Dr.Doug L. Hoffman wrote:

> > Could someone give me a pointer to instructions for using the s-video
> > output from an ATI AIW (radeon) card? I'm only using the AIW as a video
> > card (I purchased it without knowing that it is not capable of full
> > mythtv/v4l use, my capture card is an ATI tv-wonder [it works fine]). My
> > problem is this, on boot I get output on the s-video but when X starts up
> > I get a very nice pearly gray screen on the tv set. I'm running 800x600 
> > the X display, is this a scan rate problem? Can it be fixed by playing
> > with the XF86Config-4 parameters? I am not running gatos and and the card
> > is reported as:

> gatos.sourceforge.net (and the associated mailing lists)

> --
>  - mdz
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