How emberrasing, it wasn't the mixer settings, but apparently it is the
dvd-plugin that doesn't work.
since most channels here are encrypted on DVB-C and I primarily use it as an
output device I tested the output using a dvd.
now I found a non encrypted channel and suddenly the sound output on the dvb
card worked.

the problem with the analogue card however remains.
how can I get vdr to accept the analogue channels

the analoge card is on /dev/video1 could that be a problem?

On 7/15/07, Stone <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 7/15/07, Chris F <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've got a problem setting up a vdr system.
> I installed Debian Etch with a vanilla 2.6.21 kernel and vdr using the
> e-tobi packages.
> I used the development firmware (f12623) and also tried the firmware
> from
> Apart from the DVB-C FF card there is a WinTV PCI analogue TV-Card in
> that I want to use to record analogue TV channels that are not broadcasted
> in DVB-C.
> The system works so far, however the analogue sound output of the card
> doesn't work and I have ne idea why. I hope someone who uses the same card
> can help me out on that.

This might be too obvious, but do you have "capture" enabled on the device
in the alsamixer settings?

My second problem is getting the analogue card to work. I installed the
> analogue-tv plugin and using scantv I can find some channels, however if I
> set up the channels.conf vdr doesn't add the channels to its list (i
> stopped vdr before editing the channels.conf)
> Whe can help me out on that ?
> Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

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