[mythtv-users] Sound issue with PVR 250 (ivtv driver)
ydebx2 at free.fr
Thu Jul 7 16:48:23 EDT 2005
I have used either the version shiped with mandrake 2005(i don't know
which one) or 0.2.0-rc3h.
About cold or warm boots (if I have well understood what it means) that
does the same result.
I am still looking for a solution.
Mark Knecht a écrit :
> You didn't say so what version of ivtv are you using? I'm on NTSC
>using 0.3.6p and getting pretty good results, other than some red/blue
>shift that causes a slight look of misconvergence. I've not had any
>audio problems aat all with the 250. With the 150s I've had some
>problems keeping them going. Also, on my systems it seems that we
>always need to do cold boots. Warm boots mess things up. Bryan Mayland
>is looking into that one for me. I'm hopeful he'll find something but
>in the meantime I just make sure I cold boot and MythTV/ivtv have
>worked well for me.
>On 7/7/05, ydebx2 at free.fr <ydebx2 at free.fr> wrote:
>>I have a problem with the sound on mythtv using a WinTV PVR 250. It vanishes
>>randomly specially when recording one particular channel. I have to say that
>>the card PVR250 works well with mplayer or other.
>>I have made a test playing /dev/video0 with mplayer just after closing mythtv.
>>There was no sound. I tuned with 'ptune.pl' the same channel and then the sound
>>It sounds (not a joke) like mythtv missconfig the ivtv driver.
>>I didn't notice such a problem on my old config (PIII 733 MHz; mandrake 10.1;
>>mythtv 17) apart from the jerky pictures.
>>Can someone help?
>>My config: mob ASUS p4p800-e delux; P4 3.0E GHz; PVR 250; mandriva 2005; mythtv
>>18.1; SECAM France.
>>The change for mythtv 18.1 points out that the bug about MPEG stream was
>>corrected. It seems not.
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