[mythtv-users] OT: DVB/HDTV/Analog tuner cards
void at leosandbox.org
Fri Jul 15 12:31:53 EDT 2005
That HT is pretty nice. Congratulations on your hard work.
> On Jul 15, 2005, at 11:09 AM, Leo Przybylski wrote:
>> CC is teletext for hearing impaired. Not that I'm hearing impaired,
>> it's just my preference. Even when watching DVDs, I like to have the
>> subtitles on. In myth, the command to turn on CC is 'c'
>> appropriately enough.
>>> As for closed captioning - if you can explain what it is and how to
>>> test it, I
>>> could try it out for you
> I would be interested to know if CC were available for mpeg2 streams
> recorded with the HD3000 card as well I do know that when watching
> shows via my Samsung HDTV tuner from OTA sources I can see CC text
> when it is available. In other words, I know for sure that CC text is
> transmitted in the HDTV OTA signal. Not all programs are closed
> captioned. The best bet are main stream shows like Late Night or
> popular dramas (ER, Lost, House, etc)
> Xine, mplayer, and the internal MythTV video player all decode CC
> data. As Leo said, for the internal MythTV player the option is 'c'
> to enable or disable it. For mplayer the option is "-subcc" and for
> xine there config file option is "subtitles.closedcaption.enabled".
> I am hearing impaired and addicted to movies :) For me MythTV is one
> component in the home theater I set up last year and I plan to add
> the ability to record HDTV shows via a HD3000 adapter soon. For now,
> MythTV mainly serves as a front end for DVD playback where I let xine
> handled the CC decoding. The main reasons for using a HTPC to handle
> DVD playback are to improve picture quality (very noticeable
> improvement) and handle CC decoding since projectors do not decode CC
> For the curious, photos of my small HT are at http://donpoo.net/
> Scott <catfather at donpoo.net>
> AIM: BlueCame1
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