On 24 Sep 2004, at 13:14, Matt Birkholz wrote:
> Can anyone recommend a TV card for Linux that has a PAL tuner? And an
> Irish supplier? I would like to use MythTV on Debian to capture NTL
> (analog AND digital). (I keep missing _Star_Trek:_Enterprise_. :-)
Anything with a BT-TV chip should work. Best see what's available, and
then check Linux compatibility of those.
> I am on temporary assignment here in Ireland (Lucan), and I have a
You must join us on our next LEWD drinks outing (LEWD = Linux
Enthusiasts West Dublin).
> NTSC tuners. I was hoping they could be re-parameterized to capture
> even though it says "NTSC" on the card. On the NTL analog cable, my
> ATI TV
> Wonder VE gets autodetected as a PAL* tuner. It locks on but gets no
> color. Is there a way to make an NTSC-only card capture PAL in color?
> I try to use one of my NTSC cards on the Composite from the digital
> set top
> box, will I be wasting my time?
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