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By: Mythtv Nz  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Wireless Laptop

May 20th, 2009

For the moment I’ve come to the end of my HDHomeRun review, and overall I’ve been very impressed with what I can do with this little unit. I really love the fact I can watch freeview|HD on a wireless laptop with no need for a locally attached tuner. It is always a pleasure to deal [..]

May 20th, 2009

If you are coming to this review fresh I highly recommend you catch up on the previous instalments. Part 1 – HDHomeRun under OS-X Part 2 – HDHomeRun on Linux with VLC Here in part 3 we are trying to get the device to work with a recent build of MythTV. As Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) [..]

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May 3rd, 2009

There have been a number of fixes and releases since my initial batch of VDPAU testing, so it was time for an update. The changes from the original test setup are as follows  Nvidia 185.19 Video driver mythtv 1:0.21.0+fixes-20453-openglvdpau-0ubuntu2 Jean-Yves has applied a number of fixed to his MythTV builds that have resolved many of [..]

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March 29th, 2009

In the first part of this review we took a look at the DVB-T version of HDHomeRun under Mac OSX, and it is now time to try and get it working under Linux. Here I’ll take a look at usingi it on a Linux Desktop, and in Part 3 I’ll look at MythTV support. HDHomeRun [..]

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March 18th, 2009

The HDHomeRun has been a popular device in the US for a number of years, and the DVB-T compatible version has just been released here in New Zealand. Local distributor DigitalPRIDE were kind enough to lend me a unit both for review, and to see how well it works with MythTV here in NZ. This [..]

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06-Dec-2011

MythTV NZ » hdhomerun

The HDHomeRun has been a popular device in the US for a number of years, and the DVB-T compatible version has just been released here in New Zealand. Local distributor DigitalPRIDE were kind enough to lend me a unit both for review, and to see how well it works with MythTV here in NZ.


06-Dec-2011

MythTV NZ » MythTV

The MythTV team have implemented VDPAU support in yet to be released 0.22, but I want to try the backport to 0.21 developed by Jean-Yves Avenard. There have been a number of fixes and releases since my initial batch of VDPAU testing, so it was time for an update.


06-Dec-2011

MythTV NZ » FreeView

In the first part of this review we took a look at the DVB-T version of HDHomeRun under Mac OSX, and it is now time to try and get it working under Linux. Part 1 – HDHomeRun under OS-X Part 2 – HDHomeRun on Linux with VLC Here in part 3 we are trying to get the device to work with a recent build of MythTV.


06-Dec-2011

MythTV NZ » vdpau

This is awesome news for the Linux MythTV and Video community as the partial subset of NVidia’s PureVideo functionality provides a dramatic drop in CPU usage when handling complex video codecs like H.264 and VC1. The MythTV team have implemented VDPAU support in yet to be released 0.22, but I want to try the backport to 0.21 developed by Jean-Yves Avenard.


06-Dec-2011

MythTV NZ » Birds Of a Feather

OpenMedia are pleased to announce that they have had the go ahead to organise two Birds Of a Feather sessions at the upcoming O’Reilly OSCON and Linux World San Francisco conferences. The current plan for these sessions is to have between 3 and 5 short presentations on MythTV or Video on Linux related subjects.