[mythtv-users] ATI All-in-Wonder or Nvidia Personal Cinema?

Joe Votour joevph at yahoo.com
Sun Apr 11 01:51:03 EDT 2004

The ATI All-In-Wonder cards will NOT work with MythTV
(this has been discussed to death many times).  The
AIW cards are not V4L compatible, so MythTV can't use
it.  Plus, the 9600 uses the Rage Theater 200 chip,
for which there aren't even Linux drivers available.

As for the nVidia Personal Cinema...  I don't really
know anything about this card, but I would suspect
that  the answer is also no.  I know that the nVidia
drivers for Linux support 3D and TV-Out, but I don't
think that they support either input connectors or
remote control adaptors.

If you want an AGP card that will work with MythTV,
the only one I can think of off the top of my head is
a Matrox G400 with built in tuner (whatever the model
name of that card is).

-- Joe

--- Brad Bitterman <bitter at staticemi.org> wrote:
> Does either the ATI All-in-Wonder 9600 or the NVidia
> Personal Cinema
> video/tuner cards work with MythTV? Does the remote
> control and the tuner
> work?
> I want to build a HDTV myth box using a micro ATX
> motherboard and case. My
> problem is that I want a terrestrial HD tuner card
> like pcHDTV, SD video
> input (like s-video or RCA), and a cable tuner. Most
> micro ATX boards and
> cases I have seen only have one PCI slot. I'm hoping
> that I can use the ATI
> or NVidia AGP card that has the SD input and the
> tuner. This would allow me
> to use the one PCI slot for the pcHDTV card.  
> Any help and/or suggestions would greatly be
> appreciated....
> Thanks,
> Brad
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