[mythtv-users] A card that really needs drivers
halovanic at gmail.com
Sun Feb 11 04:46:31 UTC 2007
This was discussed a few months ago in the Knoppmyth mailing list. It
seems that it will only record non-protected HDCP-compliant content,
which will probably amount to only your local HD programming, which we
can already usually get over firewire from cable boxes. Secondly,
this is *uncompressed* HD video (which is what a real digital video
editor would use); so we're talking something like 80 gB for a one
hour show. While I'd love to buy some more hard drives, I'm not sure
I could justify the massive array needed to use one of these for tv.
On 2/10/07, Dan Ritter <dsr-myth at tao.merseine.nu> wrote:
> HDMI input and output, 1080I and 720P, on a PCI-E 1x card for
> I've put in a request to see if they will release documentation
> to write a Linux driver.
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