doctormo at gmail.com
Wed Jan 7 04:21:40 GMT 2009
I can offer as much off the top of my head as I know about tv cards. If
you want me in person though, that's usually a fee thing.
Sound should come through a source device, if the card has an onboard
sound device, then you need to make sure that sound device is recognised
and isn't muted. check your sound settings and such.
If the tv-card doesn't have a sound device onboard, then plugging it
into another sound card's input is the way to go.
Sounds like this card has a sound device that doesn't quite work. But
then Linux and audio capture isn't exactly the best thing in the world
On Tue, 2009-01-06 at 20:19 -0500, Gerard wrote:
> I would like to use my Linux-Ubuntu desktop to capture over the air
> digital TV signals. It is going poorly with my tv-capture card and
> available linux multi-media software. I can get a picture in TV-Time
> but no sound. The HDTVWonder board is on the linux compatible list at
> LINUX TV. http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Cx88_devices_(cx2388x)
> this page has a "tuning" section that in theory describes how to
> create sound output without using a audio -out lead. My card does not
> have an internal plug, only an "not-included" external VIVO. I can get
> sound with this fix but it the sound and video is very out of sync:
> > > f you don't care that the audio and video can go out of sync, you
> > > can use tvtime and arecord to tune analog channels. Run this
> > > command in the console and then start tvtime:
> > >
> > > arecord -D hw:1,0 -f dat | aplay
> Would anyone have interest in helping me set up my system before the
> February changeover? I would be willing to locate a new TV-card if
> this one is not compatible. My pc knowledge is medium--linux user
> since the beginning of 08--have home built system.
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