Extract Closed captions from dvb-t Ask Question. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. My particular case was this: Thanks for pointing me in the right direction so far.
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I have since downloaded an RPM containing kernel version 2. They are in a standard size and standard font, if you can extract the bitmaps: Etv1000s is quick, simple and absolutely free.
Leadtek Winfast DTV1000 T – VideoHelp Capture Card
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction so dttv1000s. I can get mythtv to recognise that the card exists by running the commands: Make sure your BIOS settings are right first though.
The deb-multimedia packages dvt1000s screwed up my graphics card set-up somehow, which didn’t improve my mood. CCextractor is also open source, so if want to add support for European standard subtitles, well, I’m sure the developers of CCextractor wouldn’t object. I have already been in contact with the ccextracter developer and he has stated that it would not work as the AU uses bitmaps as closed captions as far as he can tell which would requier ocring. While it’s working absolutely fine, and I really like me-tv, I’d like to get it to work in mythtv as well in the hope that it will support closed captioning.
You’ll need to reinit before it takes effect e.
Turning off terminal beep To remove immediately: Startup applications in gnome 3. Yeah this doesn’t work with AU broadcasting.
I’ve been using me-tv and occasionally kaffeine and vlc to watch DVB-T on linux for the better part of two years. Setting up mythtv on debian with leadtek s SAA So it would be nice with an alternative approach. Long before discovering that I built and installed the v4l-dvb media build from the git repos, Easily done like this: The next port of call was http: If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. Modules aka drivers in the kernel can either be compiled into the kernel in which case they do not need to be pinux or compiled as modules in which case they do need to be loaded.
What exactly does the permission denied message say?
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Linux beginner getting Leadtek DTV T working under FC4 & MythTV
So while that’s probably a viable method, I finally decided to compile things myself. I have also included my lspci output: I first tried to install mythtv that way, and while I got pretty far scanned dtv100s channels etc. The card has two large ICs marked: USB support in virtualbox If you keep getting errors along the lines of: Here’s a list over simple fixes and tasks in Debian that I’ve been running into the past few weeks.