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Big P 09-06-06 02:10 PM

XFX NVTV Tuner Card
 
Hi everyone,

I recently received a TV Tuner card based off the nvidia chipset. Given this I figured there would be a good chance I could get it working in linux, however so far I have come up with nothing.

This is my card:
http://www.amdreview.com/reviews.php?rev=xtvtr

The following is my lspci output:
05:06.0 Multimedia controller: C-Cube Microsystems E4? (rev b1)

Any chance I can get this card working? Thanks in advance :)

Regards,

ricercar 09-07-06 03:47 AM

Re: XFX NVTV Tuner Card
 
Everything that I've read or confirmed personally until now suggests that the XFX and EVGA (were there any others?) NVTV chipset REQUIRE Windows Media Center Edition 2005 to operate.

("And boy do they operate well in that environment!" me, a TiVo fan)

fhj52 10-19-06 06:27 PM

Re: XFX NVTV Tuner Card
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Big P
Hi everyone,

I recently received a TV Tuner card based off the nvidia chipset. Given this I figured there would be a good chance I could get it working in linux, however so far I have come up with nothing.

This is my card:
http://www.amdreview.com/reviews.php?rev=xtvtr

The following is my lspci output:
05:06.0 Multimedia controller: C-Cube Microsystems E4? (rev b1)

Any chance I can get this card working? Thanks in advance :)

Regards,

Yes but how much effort is unknown. Prospects for it to just work with current SW do not look good. I looked, briefly, at that a while back and found nothing but that was then so it might be better now. However, this looks like AYA made for MS only product.
One might poke around at some of these places and from those find more info. Many have forums better than here for ''TV'' info. The v4l list would probably the quickest yes/no/maybe location, :).

Resources( from http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/8116 and others)

The Video4Linux
https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listi...deo4linux-list
http://www.linuxtv.org/

tvtime
http://tvtime.sourceforge.net

GQradio
http://gqmpeg.sourceforge.net/radio.html

PVR Hardware Database
http://pvrhw.goldfish.org/tiki-pvrhwdb.php

Freevo
http://freevo.sourceforge.net


(... old post, iknow, but hope it helps anyway. )


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