Subject: Re: Receiving TV on netbsd ?
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: antonio larripa <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/13/2005 14:13:18
I used to have gentoo + mythtv,
but i replaced that with knoppmyth,
a distro based on debian.
I have a project running this on windows too with a
free software called gbpvr, http://www.gbpvr.com/.
The linux distro is smooth but the windowx thing is
ahead in quality....
--- Florence HENRY <email@example.com> wrote:
> We plan to replace our broken VHS recorder by a
> netbsd machine that
> would be able to receive TV and record programs on
> hard disk or DVD.
> That would be a small i386 machine with a DVD
> burner, a huge hard disk,
> and 2 video cards : one for receiving TV, and one
> for casting the video
> flux on a TV or a video projector.
> What are your experiences in receiving TV under
> NetBSD ? What TV cards,
> with high quality tuner are supported ?
> And what are your expriences in casting video flux
> with a S-video
> output? I once had a laptop provided with a S-video
> output, but I never
> managed to cast the output on the TV through a
> S-video/RCA cable.
> Thanks for sharing your exeperiences.
> Florence Henry
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