Alexander at Leidinger.net
Mon Apr 23 12:17:38 UTC 2007
Quoting John-Mark Gurney <gurney_j at resnet.uoregon.edu> (from Mon, 23
Apr 2007 00:05:56 -0700):
> I just found out that the ATI HDTV Wonder card I have is based on the
> cx2388x chip. I was wondering if someone has a driver or started work
> on a driver before I do?
> /me hopes to add a third HD capture card.
What about committing your current driver to the CVS? And we lack a
driver for satellite receiver cards... anyone with some ideas
> P.S. Besides MythTV, does anyone have a good backend to control TV
> recording? I've hacked up a web based backend in Python that works
You could have a look at http://www.networkmultimedia.org/ and give it
a try on FreeBSD. I did see it in action ~4-5 years ago on Linux
systems when it was in the middle of the core development (there's
still development, but now it's about new features).
> decently well, but there are tons of bugs that I don't have much
> motivation to fix. It's working fine w/ the two HD capture cards I
> currently have, but bugs like corrupting captures when streaming an
> older capture is a bit anoying. Plus, I wouldn't mind having something
> smart enough to remux the programs for me either.
NMM does more than that. Multicast streaming, video walls, on-the-fly
(re)encoding to serve your PDA, ...
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