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Old 11-24-2006, 11:16 AM   #1
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Recommend a fully Linux supported TV card


Hi all,
could you please recommend me some TV card with analogic or digital TV input that are really fully supported into Linux?
Doesn't matter if it is a PCI, usb or a something-else TV card :-)

I want to use it with "alevt" or "zapping" (by zapzilla) to capture teletext information (TV video output capture, that every TV card I'm sure have, doesn't play a role at the moment...).

It'd be really appreciated some report by everyone having real practiced teletext capture project into Linux.


Many thanks everybody out there, bye,
Ichiro.
 
Old 11-24-2006, 11:47 AM   #2
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Have a look at the "Video" section of our HCL for ideas.

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Old 11-24-2006, 12:04 PM   #3
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Have a look at the "video" section of our HCL for ideas.

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Many thanks for your suggestion: I'm going to read information there too ;-)

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I have read every review at the suggested video section, but it seems that nobody would be interested in the teletext feature of the reviewed card into Linux :-(
Please, everybody had (having) experiences in teletext information browsing (by alevt or zapzilla or other similar sw) could public some info here on which TV card is in use?
Let feel free to write PM to me about the topic, if you want.
Many many thanks in advance for every provided help.

Last edited by ichiromizuki; 11-24-2006 at 01:00 PM.
 
Old 11-27-2006, 04:25 AM   #4
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I have read every review at the suggested video section, but it seems that nobody would be interested in the teletext feature of the reviewed card into Linux :-(
Please, everybody had (having) experiences in teletext information browsing (by alevt or zapzilla or other similar sw) could public some info here on which TV card is in use?
Let feel free to write PM to me about the topic, if you want.
Many many thanks in advance for every provided help.
No info folks :-(

Could TV card owner try to browse teletext information from his adapter and report to the forum the result of the test (with the brand and model of the card), please?
A failed try is an important info as well as a succesfully one: in this case I'd know what to do not buy :-)


Thanks again in advance for every provided info and help,
Ichiro.
 
  


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