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As the subject implied, I'm looking for a video capture device that works under Linux. I know the Hauppauge's at one point worked, but they changed the chipset and no ...
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    Looking for a video capture card


    As the subject implied, I'm looking for a video capture device that works under Linux. I know the Hauppauge's at one point worked, but they changed the chipset and no longer do and I can't seem to find an older one, so...

    Anyone get one of these working? I'm willing to use USB/firewire if I have to, but I prefer internal.

    Thanks,
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    From the MythTV documentation page:

    For more detail about actual configurations that others have used, Mark Cooper has setup a hardware database at http://pvrhw.goldfish.org/. The website will let you browse what other users have reported as their hardware configuration, and how happy they are with the results.
    Also here's a link to "Top Tuners in Use". It appears to be sorted alphabetically.
    http://pvrhw.goldfish.org/tiki-page....e=pvrhw_tuners

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    Thanks for the link

    Igueess I'm also asking...
    Does anyone here actually use any capture cards?
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    I do, but not under linux. But its a Leadtek TV XP 2000 Deluxe or something like that.

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    ATI Radeon All-in-Wonder 8500.. I used to have it running under medialinux, but I moved to Gentoo and never revived it. With the new ATI drivers out, I'm willing to bet functionality gets better.... I had no complaints, but I just used it in a attempted tivo like fasion, but could never get accurate channel listings... but the video part worked...
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