[mythtv-users] MythTV and Hauppage HVR-950Q
raymond at wagnerrp.com
Sat Sep 17 18:48:06 UTC 2011
On 9/17/2011 13:14, James Cobban wrote:
> From: Raymond Wagner<raymond at wagnerrp.com>
> > 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.
> In "Input Connections" I select my video source, although I have no idea why I am doing that since all I want to do is timed recordings.
The video source contains the channels that you will scan. It allows
you to connect multiple tuners to a single video source, such as an
antenna, or a cable lineup, so that you only have to scan once for all
of them. If all you are doing is timed recordings, then you are using
MythTV incorrectly. The same can be said for nearly any PVR hardware or
software. You get guide data from some online service or EIT, and then
use that to figure out when to record the show.
> Then I tab down to "Scan for channels" which is now enabled. However scan for channels is unable to find any signals on any channels, even though when I use the stick through WinTV it finds several.
What settings did you use? You want to be doing a Full Scan using the
Broadcast Frequency Table and the Terrestrial (8-VSB) Modulation.
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