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Thread: NextPVR - Supported Capture Cards

  1. #11
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    Working for me:-

    Pinnacle 7010x PCIe 2x DVB-T 2x DVB-S
    Hauppauge nova-t-500 (99101) PCI
    Videomate S350 DVB-S PCI
    PVR150 analogue PCI
    Hauppauge WinTV PVR USB2 analogue

    Not working for me:-
    Kworld DVB-T USB - No Windows 7 drivers (this is a box at the end of a USB cable, very cheap from Scan at one time ISTR).
    Last edited by martint123; 2011-03-26 at 10:06 PM.


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    Working for me

    Hauppauge HVR-4000
    Hauppauge HVR-4400

    I mainly use for DVB-T and DVB-S, but have also checked DVB-S2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeh49 View Post
    ATI (Theater Pro) 650 QAM works in NPVR. (PCIe version of card). In US.
    Tried filling in the gaps on this one by googling. Seem to be variations. Does this have ATSC & Analog too (is Analog in HW)?

    steeb

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    It (ATI Theater Pro 650) is both analog and digital (ATSC or QAM) and the analog has a hardware encoder. I believe I had it working with NPVR with the Hauppauge SoftPVR components, but did not say so because I'm not positive about my memory. The card comes in both PCI and PCIe versions. I believe I had the analog side of the PCI version working. I would expect the PCIe analog to work as well. The PCI analog does work with GBPVR. I don't have ATSC available to test here, but I think Martin said it works with NPVR.
    Last edited by mikeh49; 2011-03-27 at 01:37 AM. Reason: Added ATSC comment.
    HTPC: Optiplex 7010, HDHR Prime/Avermedia Duet A188, NPVR 4.0.4, Win7 Pro
    Test: Asus H110M, Pentium G4500, NPVR 3.9.2, Win7 Home Premium

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeh49 View Post
    It (ATI Theater Pro 650) is both analog and digital (ATSC or QAM) and the analog has a hardware encoder. I believe I had it working with NPVR with the Hauppauge SoftPVR components, but did not say so because I'm not positive about my memory. The card comes in both PCI and PCIe versions. I believe I had the analog side of the PCI version working. I would expect the PCIe analog to work as well. The PCI analog does work with GBPVR. I don't have ATSC available to test here, but I think Martin said it works with NPVR.
    Thank you Sir Yup Martin has confirmed ATSC so this fills in all the gaps. I think we can mark that up as working both in PCI and PCIe versions in all modes.

    many thanks

    steeb

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeb View Post

    MPEG RealTime encoder board (PCI?, Analog (HW)) See here for AnalogDevices.xml entry
    Thats a PCI, Hardware Encoder, requires the Mux from SoftPVR
    Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R, Win8, Core 2 Duo E8400 3.0GHz, 6 GB (2GBx2, 1GBx2) DDR2 800, GIGABYTE GV-N220OC-1GI Video, CM Real Power Pro 550 Watt PS, HVR-2250 & HVR-1600 analog/Clear QAM, Realtek S/PDIF, Harmony 880 in MCE remote mode w/ Gestion LM Remote Keymap.
    NPVR 2.5.9 (SAF6) Cyberlink video & LAV/ffdshow Audio Filters. Skin=Default Horizontal
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    External Apps: XBMC, Hulu, Boxee, Winamp
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    I have/have used the following:

    Terratec Cinergy C PCI HD - dvb-c (works with softcam, no HW-CAM support)
    Technotrend C 1500 - dvb-t (works both with HW and softcam)
    Technotrend C 1501 - dvb-c (works both with HW and softcam)
    ATI Theater Pro 550 - analog with HW-encoder
    ASUS 7434 Hybrid - dvb-t and analog without encoder
    Cinergy HTC XS USB - dvb-c/dvb-t

    NOT working:
    Technotrend C2300 Hybrid analog/dvb-c
    Technotrend C1200 dvb-c

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    Oops, forgot this one from my earlier list.

    Working:-
    Pinnacle 4000i 2 x DVB-S PCI (Stargate driver)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddwarf View Post
    I have/have used the following:

    Terratec Cinergy C PCI HD - dvb-c (works with softcam, no HW-CAM support)
    Technotrend C 1500 - dvb-t (works both with HW and softcam)
    Technotrend C 1501 - dvb-c (works both with HW and softcam)
    ATI Theater Pro 550 - analog with HW-encoder
    ASUS 7434 Hybrid - dvb-t and analog without encoder
    Cinergy HTC XS USB - dvb-c/dvb-t

    NOT working:
    Technotrend C2300 Hybrid analog/dvb-c
    Technotrend C1200 dvb-c
    Hiya Reddwarf,

    I could do with some advice and education here

    For instance I have a FireDTV device. It has a CI slot (I have never used it with a CAM because I never understood it )

    How do we list HW and Softcam? Does this mean with HW support device has a CI slot? Device with Softcam only means no CI slot but CAM can be emulated in software?

    Looking forward to education and one day I may get my FireDTV working with CAM

    very best

    steeb

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeb View Post
    How do we list HW and Softcam? Does this mean with HW support device has a CI slot? Device with Softcam only means no CI slot but CAM can be emulated in software?
    Yes exactly. You need a CI to connect a CAM. You could list CI/CAM support yes/no. Devices without CI/CAM support will usually work with softcam, depends a bit of the type of encryption used. You'll have to ask Sub about firedtv support.

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