[linux-dvb] Re: FusionHDTV 5 Gold digital TV works
wmichaels1 at earthlink.net
Mon Aug 8 08:25:39 CEST 2005
I tested with mythtv. Analog and 8VSB work for me when you
build from both video4linux CVS and dvb CVS. For detailed
instructions see wiki page:
On Monday 08 August 2005 12:13 am, Neil wrote:
> Correct me guys if my eyes are blind...
> Is it true that Fusion HDTV 5 gold card is now supported?
> Can it be used now with mythtv?
> Thanks guys!
> Michael Krufky writes:
> > Mac Michaels wrote:
> >> Attached are patches for video4linux CSV and dvb CVS
> >> that together enable DTV for the DViCO FusionHDTV 5
> >> Gold card.
> >> Tested:
> >> Analog TV
> >> 8-VSB
> >> Not Tested:
> >> QAM64
> >> QAM256 <-- TESTED OK BY MKRUFKY
> >> Known Bugs:
> >> When switching to digital TV reception the analog
> >> audio is not muted. When tuning to a digital signal
> >> this produces an annoying sound on the analog audio
> >> channel. A work around is to mute the analog input
> >> with a mixer.
> >> I know what causes this and how to mute the signal. I
> >> think the best solution is to add a mute function to
> >> the tda9887 device. I have not yet figured out how to
> >> get a handle for the tda9887 device from the code in
> >> cx88-dvb.c.
> > It's late... I will comment on this tomorrow.
> >> There is a hack in the code that is #ifdef'd out by
> >> MUTE_TDA9887. It is a really a hack.
> > Mac-
> > Tested on both FusionHDTV5 Gold and FusionHDTV3 Gold-T
> > ... QAM functionality is *MUCH* better with this new
> > version of lgdt330x. Great stuff :-)
> > Due to successfull testing, I have applied this to cvs.
> > If you wish to include your sign-off, please let me
> > know, and I will alter the Changelog in video4linux
> > cvs.
> > --
> > Michael Krufky
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