Hi, I Want to buy a new DVB card to watch TV channels with VDR. The important point is I want it to have CI interface, So I could use CAM to view encrypted channels. I knew cards such as NEXUS, but they discontinued long time ago. I also know Technisat SkyStar HD 2, but as I know it is not
Hello, Have you asked google? If you want mpeg2 decoder you need a fullfeatured card. These are discontinued right. Budget card with CI interface can you buy from knc one, Technotrend, hauppauge etc. Have a look to www.linuxtv.org/wiki HTH. Halim
On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 10:34 AM, Halim Sahin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Have you asked google? If you want mpeg2 decoder you need a fullfeatured card. These are discontinued right. Budget card with CI interface can you buy from knc one, Technotrend, hauppauge etc. Have a look to
hello, im using xineliboutput and sxfe via remote. my system is debian etch with e-tobi vdr 1.6 and e-tobi xineliboutput packages (1.0.0~rc2+cvs20080223). my output is via VGA using XV with openchrome drivers (mainboard is epia pd 1ghz). when i use the media player i experience several
As I said before, I know some cards, but I don't know which are supported under VDR, especially its CI part. For instance, I don't know if I buy a SkyStar HD 2, would it, and its CI is supported under VDR, because MultiProto should be available for VDR in 1.7.0.
Hi group! Has anyone tested running an EPIA ML6000 fanless motherboard with vdr-xine? The spec's only say MPEG-2 Accelerator rather than Decoder/Accelerator - will it work with a VGA 1366x768 16:9 full screen? Thanks Simon ___ vdr mailing list
Hi. I've been testing the vdr-iptv plugin with vdr-1.6.0, using the EXT and FILE options. 1) Firstly, the FILE option. I'm trying to play a transport stream file which has several streams within it. My channel syntax is the following: