[mythtv-users] High Quality SDTV output

Matt Stocum dirtymatt at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 02:40:16 UTC 2005

On Aug 21, 2005, at 4:35 PM, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> The MythTV docs specify information regarding the current "stable"  
> release of IvyTV--version 0.1.9.  All the information they give is  
> completely correct--framebuffer-based output takes a lot of CPU-- 
> but if you choose to use the "unstable" versions of IvyTV--version  
> 0.2.0-rc3(whatever) or 0.3.6(whatever), you may (should) use the Xv  
> support that John added.  If you're using Xv support, video on the  
> PVR-350 is basically as processor-intensive as video on a "real"  
> video card using Xv support (but takes more processor than using  
> XvMC--which you should only need for high-def, which the PVR-350  
> can't do).  However, OpenGL is not (and cannot be) supported on the  
> PVR-350 (since it has no 3D acceleration in the hardware).
> Mike

Will the PVR-350 be able to handle snes9x or MAME output without any  

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