20 Jan 2012 |
Posted by Michael Krufky | 5 Comments.
As of the release of Linux Kernel 3.1, Hauppauge's WinTV-Aero-m is fully supported for use with both ATSC and DVB-T, using the new MFE framework within dvb-usb to represent two frontends on a single DVB adapter. This makes the Aero-m the first semi-worldwide terrestrial digital television broadcast receiver to be supported under Linux.
The device is built of two LG broadcast demodulators and a MaxLinear SoC. The first LG demodulator, LG DT3305, has been well supported in Linux for ATSC ever since I released it a few years ago. I've written a new driver to support the other LG demodulator,...
06 Jan 2012 |
Posted by Devin Heitmueller | 5 Comments.
After quite some time of talking about it, we finally got around to getting the analog support for the HVR-1850 submitted upstream. Support for all things analog is present and tested on all the various input types: the MPEG encoder, raw capture, analog audio. This patch series also includes a fix for a long-standing regression in the HVR-1800 as well.
Users are free to try it building from the above git tree, or they can wait a few days for it to be merged into the upstream linux-media tree.
The HVR-1850 is a really nice...