On 4/17/2015 6:46 PM, VDR User wrote:
I think it's always helpful to send a developer the hardware you want
their code to run on. This helps on the hardware side of things, being
able to debug on actual hardware goes much faster than let somebody else
test stuff for you.
Also, when you donate hardware, you let the developer know much you want
it to work, and i think this motivates.
Actually cedarX hw decoding was another question I forgot in my
previous post. I've read that it's working in linux but I didn't know
if any output devices supported it (yet)?. Was hoping softhddevice
does, or would if I sent Johns an A20. :)
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