Multiple TV cards, both with sound
warren11 at cox.net
Fri Nov 1 14:30:11 PST 2002
On Thu, 31 Oct 2002, Michael O'Keefe wrote:
>> > > 2. How costly are cards that work and where to get ?
>> > $50 - $100 from most places, certainly the big names, and our local
>> > favorites too. Check the driver CARDLIST for specific card matches so
>> > you don't have to do any driver patching...http://bytesex.org/bttv
>> Okay, so what card do you use and/or would recommend?
>I have an AverMedia TV/FM98 dbx Stereo and a PCTV Studio (mono)
>I would certainly recommend a stereo card, so long as the driver has the
>stereo decoder for it. The AverMedia has required some driver tweaking,
>but I know what to do now every release that comes out (I submitted patches,
>but they can't incorporate it into the driver becoz the PCI Identifier
>didn't change between card models, and that's what they key off, so if they
>fix for me, they break for the old users and so on and so forth)
>Hauppage certainly gets the most driver support, since they are the
>most popular card in Europe, where most of the driver developers live.
>As per usual with Linux hardware, do your homework....
I looked around Google and found an AverTV stereo tvtun pci vidcard for $48.95
it is made by Avermedia. It seems to have the input/output I need and also
has audio output. Any idea what driver I might need ?
How about those external tuners ? I have an extra USB connector.
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