warlord at MIT.EDU
Fri Jul 11 17:44:56 UTC 2008
Alan Nisota <alannisota at gmail.com> writes:
> Info at quantum-sci.com wrote:
>>> The R5000 solution is quite expensive. While I haven't tried it myself,
>>> I'd seriously consider an HD-PVR instead as it doesn't tie you to a
>>> single provider/STB. Your support is likely to be better as the number
>>> of users will be significantly larger.
>> Nah. Open-source for me, thank you. Debian user for many years.
> A clarification:
> The HD-PVR that I was talking about is a card sold by Hauppague which
> encodes component HD into h264 in hardware (much like the PVR250 but for
> HD). My understanding is that there are patches for Myth to use it
> (it's pretty new), but don't know the details.
It's not a card, it's a box. See:
> It should allow you to encode HD from any source supporting
> component-out, and without the pain that is CoreAVC
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