> >> After quite a while away from VDR development, I've dedicated
> >> this weekend to switching VDR to S2API (TS recording will be postponed).
> >>
> >> Just two quick questions:
> >>
> >> - Where do I find the ultimate, latest, greatest S2API driver source?
> >>   I would assume it is at http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb, but with all
> >>   the recent patching and various repositories, I'm unsure...
> > 
> > imho, http://mercurial.intuxication.org/hg/s2-liplianin/ also good choise. 
> > Igor has implemented some improvements in drivers, that's why with 
> > s2-liplianin possible to work with dvb-s/svb-s2 channels which have high 
> > and low SR. I don't know why these improvements didn't include in v4l-dvb 
> > tree.
> People using some STB0899 versions will have their demodulators burned
> due to the demodulator running with a too high unsupported clock of
> 135MHz. The STB0899  is rated to run at a maximum of 99 MHz only.
> The safe bet is to use http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb


with http://linuxtv.org/hg/v4l-dvb is it possible to lock dvb-s2 8psk channels 
with sr=30000 and dvb-s channels with sr>440000 ?

of course, the safety is first, nobody want to burn the dvb card. But which 
solution do you propose for owners of stb0899 cards and who want to see the 
dvb-s/dvb-s2 channels with low/high SR ? to sell stb0899 based cards and to buy 
cx24116 based card ?


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