Don't know exactly where the protocol/codec decoding is done for these
services in the USB capture devices (for example do they require custom
device drivers or do they provided a decoded V4L style input?), but
isn't the RTE service some weird non-standard MPEG4 over DVB-T variant?
I would have imagine the regular freeview dongles would be more accustomed
to MPEG2 over DVB-T...
On Fri, 7 May 2010, Frank Duignan wrote:
> Has anyone successfully used a usb tv capture device with Linux that is
> compatible with RTE's free to air digital tv (DVB-T?)?
> Does it do analog capture so I can move home movies into the digital arena?
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