[mythtv-users] Pvr 350 Svideo/Comp Inputs: Can I use them?
michael.haan at gmail.com
Fri Jun 3 22:37:58 UTC 2005
On 5/29/05, Leigh <lsaunderson at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Nick wrote:
> >They're quite useful actually! I record all of my cableTV through the
> >Svideo input, and it's also useful for temporarily hooking up a VCR to
> >make nice MPEG2 recordings of old tapes. Here in the UK, I only get
> >the basic 5 channels through the tuner, so the extra inputs makes the
> >card actually worth having!
> >Very straightforward to setup in myth - you just need to know which
> >ivtv input matches the compositive or SVideo input on the card and
> >you're away.
> Nick, you can get 'some' of the cable channels direct of the cable coax
> if you get hold of an adapter to convert it to a normal aerial (sorry, I
> forget the actual socket types right now, I already had one from the
> initial cable installation as I didn't have a SCART capable TV at the time)
> I had it setup that way initially, but the normal terrestrial channels
> weren't good quality (while the cable channels were fine - go figure!)
> You might also find that you can get one or two channels that you don't
> get unless subscribed (I got sky sports3 clear as anything, pity I
> didn't really want it!)
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So, to set this up in myth, do I add the card again (I already use the
tuner), or do I just use the SVideo 0 input connection? I tried the
second one, but hitting Y while watch live TV doesn't seem to be able
to get me to it.
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