[linux-dvb] DViCO FusionHDTV DVB (ATSC/QAM) and MythTV
jack.kolesar at gmail.com
Tue Jul 26 21:50:34 CEST 2005
Darn. Hit the enter button accidentally. Anyway, there is the drop
down in Knoppmyth as well which is running 0.18.1 of MythTV. I
haven't been able to lock a QAM Signal yet though. It was working in
M$ XP. I've also noticed that the isolation between the OTA and Cable
portions of the Fusion card is pretty poor. Just plugging Cable in
will make me loose several OTA Signals. Todd, what do you mean about
manually entering the QAM channels. Will it not be able to find them
on a scan without PSIP?
On 7/26/05, Todd Ignasiak <ignasiak at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/26/05, Michael Krufky <mkrufky at m1k.net> wrote:
> > If you want to test out the new version of the driver without waiting
> > for the new kernel, follow instructions for using the merge scripts
> > located at:
> > http://linuxtv.org/v4lwiki/index.php/How_to_build_from_CVS
> Thanks for the pointer. I will try this out after I attempt the next
> challenge -- getting my pchdtv.com HD3000 card working in the same
> > > Then, do a QAM scan, which should result in more channels found. If
> > > your cable company is broadcasting the PSIP channel data, the
> > > channels should be automatically detected. For channels without PSIP
> > > data, you will need to manually edit the channel data (in the mysql
> > > database) to enable those channels.
> > How can we tell mythtv whether to scan using VSB or QAM ??? Is this one
> > of the newer features found in the new subversion release of mythtv? I
> > cannot find a method for this in my gentoo version of mythtv.
> It is one of the options on the Channel Scan page. I don't have
> access to that system right now, but I believe there is a pull-down
> menu for selecting ATSC or QAM256 scan types in the channel scan page.
> This was in all the versions I have tried.
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