Bt TV Card No sound. The problem is sound. I think that maybe this has something to do with it: Having a problem logging in? The Kodicom R and Kodicom R cards and their many clones are supported by the bttv driver from kernel version 2. Here’s my dmesg for bttv.
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It still doesn’t do it for me. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s wjnxp as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I do have pictures of the card, but don’t quite know how to insert them here If you have multiple Bttv cards in your system, you can specify each one using a comma seperated list.
These cards are software driven components in that they rely on the computer processor to handle much of the load, unlike the Hauppauge PVR series of hardware encoders. I also have bt887 Logitech Quickcam webcam in the system.
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If so, here is the background on mine that I cannot get to work Any help is appreciated. This page contains key values to properly load bttv module in your system based on the winxo card you have.
I am still struggling with 4 black screens at the mo. However are there any programs that could allow me to record tv shows to my computer?
Views Read View source View history. If your card bbttv not listed, see the ” How to add support for a device ” article.
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Fri Mar 16, 5: Testing your DVB device. Linux nttv Hardware This forum is for Hardware issues. Thing is that if i connect my speakers directly to the cards output, while i should normally be hearing sound, im only getting noise.
Try installing libsox-fmt-oss, libsox-fmt-alsa, libc6 from the terminal in order to get ossdsp. The Kodicom R and Kodicom R cards and their many clones are supported by the bttv driver from kernel version 2. My problem is as below: I’ve tried everything here and more but still I just get a blue screen. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
I’m thinking I’ll dedicate a good amt of time to try and hack a solution to this problem soon. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive dinxp newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. I’ve had this problem for ages too, and have been unable to fix it.
Would only work in Windows XP and even that seemed to stop after SP2 and various other security patches was downloaded. From that point on, everything that I did has made it worse. Check that the bttv module is correctly auto detecting your card and tuner type.
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