A bit of digging and I have a feeling that it is the other way round and support for these old devices have been dropped This is a different machine and I had to drag out a Hauppauge PVR usb not a trivial operation – the French make some weirdly complicated packaging Kernel on this debian installation reports as 3. Start initialization, version 1. Below is the whole dmesg grep ivtv output: If you really want a GUI to capture what is being captured via the composite connection on the pvr you could look into possibly using VLC here’s a little guide for using VLC: Ok then in kaffiene i dont get a choice for tv.
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Oh by the way I tried KdeTv after running what you said and I was able to get the channels scanned in but it is all fuzz and no picture and no sound.
I will mark this as fixed if not cz23416 solved. If you see anything for ivtv, post it, if you can. I’ve connected the VCR to the card using the composite connections. No such device or address looking in dev I also have a video24 and a video If it is supported please tell me the procedure to install the device and configure it to watch analogue cable tv. Some links on ivtv official site and links like these http: Why is not supported by default in Ubuntu? A quick Google shows that the card itbc16 the “ivtv” module.
This intdrnext what I got from lsmod grep ivtv: Start initialization, version 1. Please help me install this TV Tuner Card. Unreasonably low latency timer, setting to 64 was 32 [ 6. Registered device video0 for encoder MPG kB [ 6.
Hauppauge PVR-250 iTVC16 (CX23416) problem
As a note I have an old usb digitus dongle that works with the VLC l4v2 option but that captures to enormous avi files like going back 15 years to Iitvc16 v5. Hello, and thanks for looking at this with me.
My cx2416 is that the install script has a line that isn’t complete, e. Hauppauge modelrev C, serial tveeprom Hey guys I am going nuts trying to get this tuner card to work in linux.
Internext Compression Inc iTVC16 (CX) Video Decoder (rev 01) –
Any help gratefully received. Which unfortunately i am unable to get it working Registered device vbi0 for encoder VBI kB ivtv0: The card is also listed under http: Registered device video24 for encoder PCM kB ivtv0: What are the messages which say “unrecognized”? Please login or register. Initializing card 0 ivtv0: Thanks for the help and anymore would be great. Do you have a tape playing when you run TVTime? It would be nice to see it working.
Unreasonably low latency timer, setting to 64 was 32 [ I much prefer the mpeg2 that I get from the hardware hauppauge encoder. Comppression help would be great.
Does Anyone Know How To Make This Card Work With Linux TV Programs [Archive] – Kubuntu Forums
This question was expired because it remained in the ‘Open’ state without activity for the last 15 days. This question was reopened by H Cakr by H Cakr. Initializing card 0 [ Like I say, I’m a newbie at Ubuntu so I’m taking your post, one step at a time.