[mythtv-users] MythTV and Hauppage HVR-950Q
raymond at wagnerrp.com
Fri Sep 16 01:31:11 UTC 2011
On 9/15/2011 21:21, James Cobban wrote:
> From: Ronald Frazier<ron at ronfrazier.net>
> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] MythTV and Hauppage HVR-950Q
> To: Discussion about MythTV<mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
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>> > When I try to configure the HVR-950Q I am not given the option of scanning
>> > for channels.? I have tried setting after setting, and that option is NEVER
>> > enabled.
> I'm not familiar with the HVR-950Q specifically, but the scan button's
> enabled/disable state has nothing to do with any of the settings. It
> is dependent upon what type of recorder it is (HDHomerun, IPTV, Demo
> Recorder, etc). The scanning option is only available for certain
> recorder types (it should usually be available for the ones that
> actually need to scan). So my first inclination is to think you
> I am sorry but that response is largely gibberish to me. Are you referring to the Card Type field? How am I supposed to know what to set that to if the authors of the product do not? I have tried:
> USB MPEG-4 encoder box
> Analog V4L capture card
> IVTV MPEG-2 encoder card
> H.264 encoder card
> And NONE of them enable the channel scan button either in Input Connections or Channel Editor.
Then you have managed to try almost every option but the one that
actually matters. All of those input types are for analog devices. You
have a digital tuner. Hence, you use the "DVB DTV capture card
(v3.x)". Assuming your tuner drivers are installed properly, MythTV
will autodetect the card as /dev/dvb/adapter0, at which point you can
bind your video source to your tuner input, and scan for channels.
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