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Re: [vox-tech] TV tuner card.
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Re: [vox-tech] TV tuner card.

Well, thanks for that...but I it didn't work =(.

I know the card works, and the cable is hooked in fine, cause my dad was
watching it today in windows...

Gabriel Rosa wrote:
> If you're getting static, I'm guessing the card works. But...
> XawTV is kind of a pain. It needs to have a setttings file in place or else it
> doesn't seem to let you switch channels. As far as I've tried, it works fine
> with presets. Here's my .xawtv to get you started.
> [grosa@monkey hw1]$ cat ~/.xawtv
> [global]
> freqtab = us-bcast
> [defaults]
> source  = TV Tuner
> norm    = ntsc
> capture = overlay
> [FOX]
> channel=40
> key=F1
> [UPN]
> channel = 31
> key = F2
> [ABC]
> channel = 13
> key = F3
> hope this help.
> Happy B-day :)
> -Gabe
> On Sun, 8 Apr 2001, Brad Benedict wrote:
> > I got this super-cool TV tuner card for my birthday (2 days early) and I
> > got it all installed, and I tried to use XawTV.  I setup the config file
> > and I still can't get the cable to work.  Just a bunch of static.  The
> > composite video works fine.  Anybody know what I might be doing wrong?
> >

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