dmfrey at gmail
Jun 30, 2012, 6:50 PM
Post #3 of 4
I am also getting washed out recordings. After what version of the vl4-dvb
drivers is this resolved in?
Also, prior to upgrading, did playback of these recordings appear damaged
in some way? I get periodic blocky playback with these recordings. It also
seems to be skipping frames as well. Logs show some errors during playback.
On Jun 30, 2012 7:35 PM, "Chris Kapp" <chris.kapp [at] gmail> wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 4:14 PM, Dan Wilson
> <dan_mythtv [at] solidstatesoftware> wrote:
> > I recently had to re-install linux on my mythtv backend computer, which
> > been running myth 0.24 from rpmfusion. I had been running Fedora 15,
> > was approaching end-of-life anyway, so I decided to move up to Fedora 17.
> > The new system found my HD-PVR just fine. Storing a video file using: cat
> > /dev/video0 >vid.ts gets a viewable file, but there is a huge green tint
> > the picture..
> > I remember having this problem when I first got the HD-PVR last year, and
> > solved it by downgrading to firmware version 1.5.7. I verified that this
> > firmware was still in the HD-PVR. I then read what I could find online,
> > decided to download firmware 1.7.3 from Hauppauge and install it from a
> > windows computer, since it appeared that there was an easy fix to the
> > saturation problem using v4l2-ctl.
> > I still get the green saturation. I tried using v4l2-ctl as suggested on
> > mythtv wiki HD-PVR page, but cannot see any changes taking place as I
> > the various settings.
> > I get the same problem in MythTv 0.24, built from a clone of the 0.24 git
> > repository. I manually compiled because I didn't want to add the
> > of upgrading to myth 0.25 while fighting this other problem, and
> > seems to only have 0.25.
> > I would try the HD-PVR on a windows computer, but can't seem to locate
> > original software disk that came with the HD-PVR. I will keep looking.
> > System Information, just in case this helps:
> > Fedora 17 x86_64, linux kernel is 3.4.3-1.
> > Trimmed output from system log file when connecting the HD-PVR:
> > kernel: [ 5074.621914] usb 1-3: Product: Hauppauge HD PVR
> > kernel: [ 5074.621917] usb 1-3: Manufacturer: AMBA
> > kernel: [ 5074.639623] hdpvr 1-3:1.0: firmware version 0x1e dated Mar 7
> > 2012 08:25:15
> > kernel: [ 5074.639629] hdpvr 1-3:1.0: untested firmware, the driver
> > not work.
> > kernel: [ 5074.934383] hdpvr 1-3:1.0: device now attached to video0
> > Has anyone seen this problem and found a solution?
> > Thanks for your help!
> > Dan Wilson
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> I am currently on Ubuntu 11.10 with kernel 3.0.0-22 x86-64. I've got
> the latest hd-pvr firmware 1.7.1 installed in my hd-pvr. When I start
> a recording, it's all washed out. The V412-ctl command does correct
> the colours for me. To allow my system to control the colours, I've
> installed the newer vl4-dvb device drivers. I used the following
> site to install them from source:
> Chris K.
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