danielk at cuymedia
Jul 12, 2012, 2:33 PM
Post #2 of 5
I'm a MythTV developer based in the US. I could give your card a
Re: CSL Devices Ltd. PRE001 6 tuner DVB-T card
[In reply to]
go using one of my company's machines in the UK. I won't have any
time for it until after IBC in September, but if it still makes sense
for you then I'll be glad to spend a week or two testing it with
The company I work for is Digital Nirvana. We don't make any of
our own hardware so I don't think there is any conflict, we might
even be a prospective customer if the card performs well.
On 07/05/2012 11:36 AM, Philip Downer wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> The company I work for has been developing a new PCIe based DVB-T tuner
> card. The card can support up to 8 tuners, but our current version has 6
> DVB-T tuners installed. There is also infra-red support on board with
> raw throughput.
> We've tested this functionality using our own software running on Linux
> and our tests show the card is capable of simultaneously providing up to
> 16 program streams per tuner.
> At the moment we have a small number of cards that we would be prepared
> to loan to developers of various GNU/Linux media projects like MythTV
> for testing.
> If you would be interested in testing one of these cards, please drop me
> a mail off-list or I'm willing to answer any questions on list.
> Philip Downer
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