[mythtv-users] Hi all - Newbie with a couple of questions
philledwards at gmail.com
Wed Jun 15 13:00:26 UTC 2005
> MythTV doesn't take anything away, but if you want to keep what you've
> already got you'll need to split the analog input (aerial lead) so
> that you can feed it into your DVB card, and you'll need a spare
> input to your TV, to connect the Myth box to.
> You'll probably use a cable that merges the TV Out of your graphics
> card, and the line out of your audio card into a SCART connector
> (either composite or S-Video) That's how my setup works in the UK.
We don't really have SCART here down under. What normally happens is
you get a video card that supports TV-Out via S-Video and connect
MythTV to the TV using that.
There's an email from the other day which had a similar setup to you
except it used satellite. It had a diagram - see it at
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