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Re: [vox] Tivo question
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Re: [vox] Tivo question



On Tuesday 09 December 2003 01:49, Rob Rogers wrote:
> >> http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProductDesc.asp?description=14-108-108&cat
> >>alog=47&manufactory=BROWSE&depa=0
> >
> > That reminds me, anyone looking for a capture card, other than the
> > PVR-250/350 from hauppauge
> >
> > PV-BT878P
>
> Sorry, sent before I was finished editing... That card you have is the
> PV-BT878P. Anyone looking for a card other than the PVR-250/350 you need
> to look for the BT878 or BT848 chipset (obvious right in your cards model
> number). Some cards have been changing to unsupported chipsets (to
> Conexant IIRC) without even changing model numbers on the card. Just a
> heads up...

I have a Hauppauge WinTV-PVR-250, which has the Conexant MPEG II encoder.
Could the Conexant component be the reason why I haven't been able to get
this thing working under Linux (or should I continue to blame that on my
sheer incompetence)?  The TV tuner itself is supposedly a Phillips 7115.

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