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This card is automatically detected by LinuxMCE and is easily setup via the [[Setup Wizard]]
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[[Category: Hardware]]
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[[Category: Video]]
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[[Category: TV Cards]]
  
WinTV-PVR-250 includes:
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* Manufacturer info: http://www.hauppauge.com/html/wintvpvr250_datasheet.htm
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* This card is automatically detected by LinuxMCE with the MythTV backend and is easily setup via the [[Setup Wizard]]
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* Using VDR as the PVR backend this box is currently NOT supported
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===WinTV-PVR-250 includes:===
  
 
* 125 channel cable ready TV tuner
 
* 125 channel cable ready TV tuner
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The WinTV-PVR-250's TV tuner and S-Video/composite video inputs are for either PAL or NTSC.
 
The WinTV-PVR-250's TV tuner and S-Video/composite video inputs are for either PAL or NTSC.
 
 
MPEG record specifications:
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===MPEG record specifications:===
 
* MPEG1 recording at 1150K bits/sec (Video CD data rate)
 
* MPEG1 recording at 1150K bits/sec (Video CD data rate)
 
* MPEG2 record datarates:
 
* MPEG2 record datarates:
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* MPEG file tested compatible with: MediaStudio 6.0, MyDVD and DVD MovieFactory DVD authoring applications  
 
* MPEG file tested compatible with: MediaStudio 6.0, MyDVD and DVD MovieFactory DVD authoring applications  
  
System Requirements:
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===System Requirements:===
 
* Processor requirements:
 
* Processor requirements:
 
* Pentium® II processor 733MHz or faster for TV pause with full screen playback
 
* Pentium® II processor 733MHz or faster for TV pause with full screen playback
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* DVD or CD-RW writer (optional for burning DVDs or Video CD’s)
 
* DVD or CD-RW writer (optional for burning DVDs or Video CD’s)
 
* VGA card (PCI or AGP) which supports video overlay (NVidia, S3, ATI, etc.)  
 
* VGA card (PCI or AGP) which supports video overlay (NVidia, S3, ATI, etc.)  
[[Category:Hardware]]
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[[Category:Video]]
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===Troubleshooting===
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# Currently the ivtv-firmware packages are not being installed by default along with the other ivtv packages, which means that the card is not initialized properly. The fix is simple: Alt-Ctrl-2 into a session and issue the following commands:
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    apt-get install ivtv-firmware
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    rmmod ivtv
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    modprobe ivtv
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This should give you a working card
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*This issue has been corrected according to the following: http://mantis.linuxmce.org/view.php?id=3521, If someone can confirm then please remove.

Latest revision as of 16:00, 29 September 2010

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Usage Information

WinTV-PVR-250 includes:

  • 125 channel cable ready TV tuner
  • Composite/s-video input to connect to VCR or camcorders
  • High quality MPEG1/MPEG2 video and audio encoder
  • dbx-TV stereo decoder (Nicam stereo decoder in Europe)
  • IR remote control

The WinTV-PVR-250's TV tuner and S-Video/composite video inputs are for either PAL or NTSC.

MPEG record specifications:

  • MPEG1 recording at 1150K bits/sec (Video CD data rate)
  • MPEG2 record datarates:
    • 2MBit/sec, 4MBit/sec, 6Mbit/sec, 8Mbit/sec, 12Mbit/sec.
    • Selections for DVD Standard play (8MBitsec), DVD Long Play (4MBit/sec) and DVD Extra Long Play (2MBit/sec)
  • NTSC format* at 29.97fps: Full D1: 720x480, MPEG1: 352x240
  • PAL format* at 25fps: Full D1: 720x576, MPEG1: 352x288
  • Audio capture formats: 32/44.1/48 KHz, 16bit stereo, 192/224/384Kbits/sec
  • Chroma sampling: YUV 4:2:0
  • Video file format: .MPG
  • MPEG file tested compatible with: MediaStudio 6.0, MyDVD and DVD MovieFactory DVD authoring applications

System Requirements:

  • Processor requirements:
  • Pentium® II processor 733MHz or faster for TV pause with full screen playback
  • Free PCI slot
  • Sound card
  • DVD or CD-RW writer (optional for burning DVDs or Video CD’s)
  • VGA card (PCI or AGP) which supports video overlay (NVidia, S3, ATI, etc.)

Troubleshooting

  1. Currently the ivtv-firmware packages are not being installed by default along with the other ivtv packages, which means that the card is not initialized properly. The fix is simple: Alt-Ctrl-2 into a session and issue the following commands:
   apt-get install ivtv-firmware
   rmmod ivtv
   modprobe ivtv

This should give you a working card