I apologies for my mistake, it appears very secretively to run linux, no where clearly stated. There is no source supplied. oh well, aren't we used to that?
On 07/02/2008, Theunis Potgieter <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > On 06/02/2008, Luca Olivetti <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > for hdtv - no. > > > I don't see the h.264 hardware decoding. mpeg4 is not h.264. > > > > Maybe this thing can be hacked to run vdr or to be used as a front-end: > > http://www.popcornhour.com/ > > The popcornhour device (network media tank) is not linux :( > > The interface looks like Vista's media center edition: > > Windows Vista and WMP 11 - Seamless support for Windows Vista and > Windows XP Media Player 11 built-in media server > > WMS HTTP / RTSP Streaming Technology > Microsoft / Cisco Multicast Streaming Technology > ISMAv1 RTSP Streaming Technology > Multicast Streaming Technology > H.264 / WMV9 HD Streaming and MPEG4 SD format > WMV9 High / Standard Definition Streaming with Janus DRM (silent > type) capability > > I have not heard of a linux solution that supports DRM. > > It does have the Sigma SMP8635, which supports the MPEG-4 Part 10, > 1080p or High Profile (HiP) > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H.264#Profiles. > > Which is good for when HD-DVD or Blu-Ray becomes affordable. Finding a > device with this chip that runs linux and that is open is becoming > harder as Microsoft appears to corner the market :( > > HD-TV dvb-s/dvb-s2 will never reach that profile, so I suspect that in > buying a FF-card will only go up to 1080i or Main Profile (MP) and be > useless for watching a HD content from a compact disc that is 1080p > through vdr :( Unless there is a dxr3 like solution as an add-on > pci/pci-express card. > > Theunis > _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr