VOMP plugin is actually quite good and I have been using it with my 
"second" TV in the bedroom. One of the best thigs about it is that it's 
so small :)
The problem is it does not support subtitling which is a must in Finland 
(I forgot to add that in my original post).

How about the other MediaMVP related output methods (MediaMVP Plugin, 
MVPServer, MVPVdr). Do they support subtitles?


db kirjoitti:
> I'm terribly hurt by that. you can't imagine.
> On Fri, 12 Oct 2007 10:12:59 +0100 (BST), you wrote:
>> I recommend the Vomp plugin. I have been using this for standard definition 
>> TV for some time now. It is highly stable and hardly ever requires 
>> restarting. I can confirm it has WAF.
>>  It supports automatic scart switching and WSS via scart. WSS is also 
>> available via line 21 PAL if you are not using scart (I cannot confirm if 
>> WSS is supported under NTSC). It supports RGB, s-video or composite video.
>>  Vomp requires a Hauppauge MediaMVP set top box. The RGB output on these 
>> have sync-on-green which can cause problems with some Sony Bravia LCD 
>> televisions.
>>  Vomp has its own menu system and OSD so there is no access to the VDR osd 
>> or plugin menus. To access the VDR osd and plugin menus you can use Vomp 
>> with any other display system such as ncurses. I use the Xine plugin to 
>> access the epgsearch plugin.
>> Kartsa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>  I am always having some problems like stuttering with FF card and now 
>> restart problems with DXR card (sometimes while in menu vdr stops and 
>> restarts) and thus I would like to have oppinions and suggestions. And 
>> also information.
>> Therefore these two questions:
>> 1. In which different video output methods is WSS signal carried out? I 
>> know it comes out from FF card and AVS7170 based DXR card but how about 
>> others?
>> 2. And what would be the best output method?
>> BR
>> \\Kartsa
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