[mythtv-users] Recording Analog TV with A DBV/Analog card - audio?
brucen at ksl.com.au
Wed Sep 5 16:01:17 UTC 2007
Sorry, I should have mentioned I am in Australia. My need to record
analog comes from wanting to record from my Foxtel settop box which,
although is touted as Foxtel Digital, only puts out an analog signal
from its SCART connections.
I'll try the soundcard in bit tomorrow, thanks. My box is down at the
moment while I rip the video & sounds cards out of it for a new frontend
only machine. Once that is working I'll resurrect the old machine as a
backend only with an average sound card in it.
Dave Pearson wrote:
> Bruce Nordstrand wrote:
>> Hi all
>> I am in desperate need of assistance in setting up an analog recording
>> solution using a hardware based card. At the moment I do not have the
>> resources to get a PVR-150 so I would like to set up a machine with
>> either a KWorld DVB-T220 or DNTV Live Pro card to record analog. Both of
>> these cards have an s-video input and a composite input (the yellow one)
>> but no audio. Where would I connect the audio-In from the analog source
>> to? Do I need to connect these up to my sound card or do I need
>> something else? I am fast running out of time to get this all setup for
>> the Rugby World Cup which starts in 2 days time....
>> Thanks heaps in advance
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> Why do you want to record analog? The RWC is on ITV1,2 & 3 which are all
> Freeview channels - you can record them with your DVB-T card.
> If you really need to record Analog with one of these cards, you
> probably connect the audio in to the input of your sound card.
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