Support TV on Fedora - Proposal for Fedora 9
ngompa13 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 22 11:58:28 UTC 2007
With Elisa in the repository, this might actually be possible. Xorg has had
the ATI Theater 200 chip support for quite some time AFAIK, and the Theater
200 chip is used in ATI eHomeWonder and ATI TV Wonder 200 PCI. Both of these
cards are quite popular with PC manufacturers. Also, the ATI All-in-Wonder
2006 AGP Edition uses the Theater 200 chip, along with a Radeon 9600
graphics module, which I believe is supported currently with 3D and compiz
stuff. Since Elisa uses GStreamer, and since it might be necessary for MPEG2
support, we can refer to fluendo (not the most ideal solution, but meh) for
the MPEG2 decoder packs for TV to work.
On Nov 22, 2007 1:53 AM, Arthur Pemberton <pemboa at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 21, 2007 9:29 PM, Otto Rey <otto_rey at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> > Fedora should have a good support of TV cards. I have a LifeView
> FlyVideo 98 and Fedora 8 with MythTV (and others) and I can't get TV
> working. I try almost everything (i am developer).
> > For home users, Fedora 9 TV support should by something like this:
> "Install this crappy package and you are zapping" :D
> > Sorry for my english.
> The general idea (I think) is "Install a Hauppauge card" they
> generally work plug and play.
> Fedora 7 : sipping some of that moonshine
> ( www.pembo13.com )
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