[mythtv-users] DViCO FusionHDTV DVB (ATSC/QAM) and MythTV

Todd Ignasiak ignasiak at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 19:14:56 EDT 2005

Check the Linux-DVB mailing list, there are some recent posts by Mac
Michaels and Michael Krufky regarding Fusion5 support.    I think that
the driver for the Fusion5 is in progress now.

I think the HD3000 will support QAM.   It appears that people have had
difficulty making it work, but I haven't tried yet.  I'll post a
message with my results after I give that a try.

On 7/26/05, Scott <catfather at donpoo.net> wrote:
> On Jul 26, 2005, at 2:43 PM, Todd Ignasiak wrote:
> > Some people were having trouble getting the FusionHDTV3 QAM cards
> > working with MythTV.  So, here is a short summary of how I got
> > MythTV working with my FusionHDTV3 card.     This process should be
> > similar for other DVB cards.      I am able to receive both Over-
> > The-Air broadcasts (ATSC broadcasts using 8VSB) and clear channels
> > on my Comcast cable system using QAM256.
> Todd -
> Thanks for the write up. I understand you have the Fusion HDTV3 from
> your post. I'm wondering if anyone has experince with the Fusion
> HDTV5 ATSC. The first question is of course, how well supported is it
> under Linux? Patching the kernel doesn't bother me, I'm asking about
> driver stability and image quality.
> I realize the PCHD3000 is the "safe bet" as it is well supported
> under Linux and appears to have an active development community
> behind it. I don't hear as much about the Fusion HDTV5 ATSC under
> Linux but I'm attracted to the updated hardware on the Fusion HDTV5
> ATSC board.
> Thoughts?
> --
> Scott <catfather at donpoo.net>
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