joevph at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 9 00:32:46 UTC 2005
Check that the ivtv driver detects your PVR-500 as two
PVR-150s. Check that you can get data from both
tuners by doing a "cat /dev/videoX > test.mpg", where
X is first 0, and then 1. If not, then it's an ivtv
Also, check that in the MythTV setup that you used
"Tuner 0" for both /dev/video0 and /dev/video1.
Despite the fact there is a "Tuner 1" entry, it isn't
used with a PVR-500 (because the PVR-500 is seen by
the ivtv driver as two PVR-150s).
Can't help you with the LiveTV issue. I rarely get
pauses when using it, and when I do, they're once per
half hour, or even once per hour.
--- Steve <stgarf at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I have the WinTV-PVR-500 from Hauppauge. It's
> supposed to be a dual tuner
> card, and AFAIK Myth is only seeing one tuner. I
> press 'C' because that's
> supposed to change inputs, and it does. But only
> when I'm not recording
> anything. If I am recording Myth complains that all
> available inputs are in
> Another problem I have is my LiveTV playback
> pauses for about a tenth of a
> second, EVERY second. It's really quite annoying and
> I've messed with quite
> a few settings and still can't seem to fix it. Any
> help is appreciated.
> - Thanks in advance,
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