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Thread: Supporting the OnAir USB HDTV GT - Issues

  1. #11
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    sub,
    I've got a revised (beta) BDA driver that WORKS with GB-PVR I have done only basic testing with it to see if the major functions work, and they do! Is there a set of features you would suggest running through to test a particular piece of hardware? (Example... viewing, changing channels, recording, etc...)

    If the driver is okay with GBPVR (and okay with other BDA-compatible applications), we'll get this release out to the public. (EDIT: If anyone has the GT and would like to give the beta driver a try... contact me via PM, email (tech@autumnwave.com), or at our website http://www.autumnwave.com )

    Just wanted to update the thread and let you know that The GT now supports GB-PVR! (in beta)

    Thanks for your assistance in getting it to work properly.
    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

  2. #12
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    Well done.

    I'll add it to the master bda.ini. Was the section still the same as one listed on the previous page?

    [USB HDTV-GT AVStream TS Capture]
    TUNING_TYPE=ATSC
    FILTER_TUNER=USB HDTV-GT BDA Tuner (ATSC)
    FILTER_CAPTURE=USB HDTV-GT AVStream TS Capture
    PIN_TUNER_IN=Input0
    PIN_TUNER_OUT=MPEG2 Transport
    PIN_CAPTURE_IN=MPEG2 Transport
    PIN_CAPTURE_OUT=MPEG2 Transport

  3. #13
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    sub,

    Yes, the information remains the same. Thanks.

    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

  4. #14
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    Ok thanks. I've renamed it [OnAir USB HDTV-GT] to be more consistant with the naming of other devices.

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    sweet... and this supports QAM too right? .. so there is nothing to stop me from getting HD/Digital(locals) over cable system, and use this kewl piece of hardware?

  6. #16
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    I dont think it supports QAM via BDA.

  7. #17
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    SniperDude,
    As sub indicates, the QAM tuning is not available with the GB-PVR software, but rather only with our (manufacturer's) provided program. This is true for many other tuners, as Microsoft's specifications do not currently allow QAM tuning using BDA drivers.

    Thanks,
    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

    EDIT: As of v0.98.13, sub has added QAM support for the OnAir GT!!
    Last edited by rpertusio; 2006-10-24 at 12:23 PM.

  8. #18
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    ahh thanks for the heads up... I thought maybe sub and yourself were working on making it so gbpvr could do it... maybe I read the thread wrong...

    my mistake... thanks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpertusio
    If the driver is okay with GBPVR (and okay with other BDA-compatible applications), we'll get this release out to the public.
    Update: The release is available publicly! If you have the OnAir GT, download driver v1.2.5.4 or later to work with GB-PVR. (You may also need to modify the bda.ini as mentioned earlier in the thread.)

    Thanks,
    - Ryan Pertusio

    AutumnWave Technical Support
    OnAir Solution North America

  10. #20
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    I'd be interested to hear how this device gets on with the new ATSC channel scanning stuff that was implemented for the next release. It was provided early as a patch in this thread: http://forums.nextpvr.com/showthread.php?t=19718.

    It basically involves installing http://www.gbpvr.com/atsc-scan5.zip, then hitting the 'map digital channels to epg channels' button to initiate a scan.

    It has worked very well with the few ATSC device that have been tested so far, with the exception of the ATI HDTV Wonder which doesnt work at all.

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