[linux-dvb] TT3200 Status

Nicolai Spohrer nicolai_spohrer at gmx.de
Sat Jun 23 22:36:02 CEST 2007


Hello Erich.

I think nobody would recommend you to buy a TT3200 if you "only" have a
linux system and want it to work without problems. The drivers are not
really ready yet. But I'm going to buy this card(, too?,) and I will
mainly use it with WindowsXP (not yet installed, but I have a license
(*g)). As Windozzee app you can use "DVBViewer", that should work, you
can also buy the "Pro" version... And there's a app given to you when
you buy a TT3200: The TT MediaCenter (for windows). It does look a bit
ugly but it's stable and it works.

If you want to try the card on linux, try this archive:
http://jusst.de/manu/stb0899-v4l-dvb.tar.bz
and tell us/me how well (if/) it works.

greetings,
	Nicolai Spohrer

Erich Newell schrieb:
> > Manu and others?
> >
> > About a month ago I read about some exciting news about the TT3200 and
> > DVB-S2. What is the current status on this? Is it stable enough that I
> > should go ahead and order one?
> >
> > I'm no developer, but I wouldn't mind helping with testing as long as
> > support has come far enough that I should expect at least to lock and
> > watch a channel or two.  ;-)
> >
> > OT: What software do you recommend for testing tuning before
> > attempting to setup a device in Myth / VDR etc? szap? Windoze apps?
> >
> > - Erich

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