Linux Mint 3.0 + MSI TV@nywhere? Great success!
Just got an MSI TV@nywhere Plus and fiddled around with it in Linux Mint 3.0 (gnome), and it works better than it did in Windoze! Radio reception is stronger and it drops fewer (if any) video frames.
video4linux drivers are ready to go out of the box, so after you plug in the card.......well, uhm, here you go:
For TV watching:
I know what you're thinking, "OSS? C'mon." I know, I know. I'm an alsa man myself, really. But running the sounds from the card through the OSS DSP does work out better. Fear not though, you can run OSS on top of (or, I guess, under) your alsa with little problem.
So, here's a tasty bit of code for you, courtesy of the Gentoo wiki:
For TV Recording:
Coming Soon to a TiVo near you. Just kidding, sort of. I actually haven't messed around much with TV recording yet, but I will do some experimenting with mencoder and mythTV and post an update.
For Radio Listening/Recording:
Get gnomeradio. I figure I can skip the whole apt-get code snippet this time, I'm sure you can figure it out ;)
Unfortunately, this suffers from the same flaw that tvtime did, no sound. However, ths fix is the same:
Happy TV watching and radio listening!
I can't see the tv
Hi I'm new working with linux and i don't know already how to do somethings.
I have tv anywhere and i follow all the steps but the screen apears totally black and with no sound and i don't know how to change the chanels to confirm if it is working.
When i paste the first tasty code in the terminal it dont do anything
I also have a remote control with the tv anywhere but it dont work.
THis is the only forum in the internet about this subject and I hope you can help me.
Try asking it in the Linux - Hardware forum, maybe.
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