[mythtv-users] Card PVR250/350 alternative
jcw at wilsonet.com
Tue Sep 21 03:43:11 EDT 2004
Okay, I inform someone to not start a new thread by replying to another one,
and then someone else (that would be you, Prash), goes and replies to an
already-mis-threaded message two down the threading chain from my
admonishment and does exactly the same thing. So now we have one thread that
contains three completely separate subjects in it. Please, people, create a
new email for a new thread. It isn't that much to ask, nor is it all that
On Tuesday 21 September 2004 00:12, Prash wrote:
> Hi People,
> Since PVR 250/350 have no autoscanning feature available - I'm looking for
> an alternative. Can anyone recommend one? I've heard about brooktree -
> what brand and model should I be looking for?
Have you already searched the mailing list archive, read the MythTV docs,
visited the oracle of google and pvrhw.goldfish.org? If not, please go do so.
Just about any bt8x8 card supported by the bttv driver is fine.
> Will ivtv drivers work with brroktree or do I need to get a driver from
> somewhere else?
Please Read The Fine Manual(s). And the README(s). And the ivtv wiki. And
visit google again.
No, the ivtv driver does not support brooktree chipsets. That should be pretty
obvious from a quick look at the ivtv documentation. Seriously.
> I quite like the PVR250/350 quality but since xawtv or any
> other software do not scan channels with PVRs and I want to build an
> interface to iron out some rough spots on myth like the grabber (where you
> have to switch between commandline and gui) and add a channel scanning
> feature which will automatically populate the database.
Whatever floats your boat.
> Thanks in advance.
You're welcome. Now please read the first link in my sig and try not to ask
questions you should be able to figure out on your own. And don't reply to
another message to start a new thread. (Yes, I'm cranky, it's late).
Jarod C. Wilson, RHCE
jcw at wilsonet.com
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