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AverMedia's bttv cards are well supported under Linux and work out of the box. See [[Bttv devices (bt848, bt878)]].
 
AverMedia's bttv cards are well supported under Linux and work out of the box. See [[Bttv devices (bt848, bt878)]].
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Several of AverMedia's saa713x cards are also well supported. See [[Saa7134 devices (saa713x)]].
   
 
AVerMedia's [http://www.avermedia.de/cgi-bin/products_digitvtuner_dvbtusb2.asp?show=2 AVerTV DVB-T USB2.0] has a "Linux compatible" label on the product site. The URL below it points to documentation from Patrick Böttcher.
 
AVerMedia's [http://www.avermedia.de/cgi-bin/products_digitvtuner_dvbtusb2.asp?show=2 AVerTV DVB-T USB2.0] has a "Linux compatible" label on the product site. The URL below it points to documentation from Patrick Böttcher.

Revision as of 17:03, 22 December 2005

This vendor is not very v4l friendly, possible problems might never be solved.

AverMedia's bttv cards are well supported under Linux and work out of the box. See Bttv devices (bt848, bt878).

Several of AverMedia's saa713x cards are also well supported. See Saa7134 devices (saa713x).

AVerMedia's AVerTV DVB-T USB2.0 has a "Linux compatible" label on the product site. The URL below it points to documentation from Patrick Böttcher.