The receiver auto-tunes to the program at a specific time. The question is; how did they do it and how can the audio and video be redirected for streaming over a local server? Click here for the Colossus 2 Linux application. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. For vlc it is:
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Support: Running WinTV TV tuners and HD PVR 2 under Linux
You are currently viewing LQ as a guest. September 8th, 5. Make sure this matches the USB-Live2’s video standard setting or else frames may be dropped. Mythtv doesn’t seem to like the card Lubuntu I think they preserve the standard of the input now.
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The input format does not really matter: I know that I’ve done this successfully with Windows and Adobe Premiere. Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Right now I am stuck on getting it functional within MythTV. September 8th, 3.
This goes for any USB video capture device. The coolness about this utility is that you can change a large number of settings without restarting and adjust the image quality, brightness or contrast itself. Visit the following links: The goal now is to have the source viewable though the MythTV-frontend.
The bug is present all the way through to 3. Perhaps it is passing them on to vlc and ffmpeg who then behave differently when faced with bad input.
But that does not get me the driver I need. I’ve found a few sites that say a driver was found, but no link to the specific information.
Maybe this USB Live2 will in the future be used again, when the drivers perhaps get better. Can’t help you further than this I’m afraid.
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Using the Hauppauge USB-Live2 with Linux
Here is an installation video for Live Channels Note: I bought one of these to use for capturing the old home movies on VHS. Possible sources of the problem:.
But who wants to mess with Windows when I have a real computer like Linux. Post as a guest Name.
Hauppauge Support | Linux
Could I have just plugged the output from the camera into that card and have it work on Ubuntu? Pursuit of this line of google searching leads to a dead end. Want to know which application is best for the job?
The best support seems to be with older PCI cards that use limux ivtv drivers.
Hauppauge USB Live-2 on Linux – MythTV Official Community Forum
After quite a few problems, it finally appears to be working well. With Live Channels, you need to have a video monitor connected to your Android life which has an AC3 decoder built in. The stick is working on both windows and lucid, so don’t think it’s a hardware problem.