Re: [vdr] A VDR compatible dvb-s card with CI interface recommendation?

2008-04-19 Thread Lars Bläser
lets start from skratch Ali H.M. Hoseini wrote: 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. ok this means you need a PCI card

Re: [vdr] A VDR compatible dvb-s card with CI interface recommendation?

2008-04-18 Thread Ali H.M. Hoseini
On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 7:35 PM, Lars Bläser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 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

Re: [vdr] A VDR compatible dvb-s card with CI interface recommendation?

2008-04-17 Thread Halim Sahin
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

Re: [vdr] A VDR compatible dvb-s card with CI interface recommendation?

2008-04-17 Thread Ali H.M. Hoseini
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

Re: [vdr] A VDR compatible dvb-s card with CI interface recommendation?

2008-04-17 Thread Lars Bläser
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.