Views Read View source View history. Retrieved from ” https: This page was last modified on 5 December , at Wait until it ends scanning, you will have a working channels. After reboot we’re done. If not, we need to create the device manually. You must select these components in the kernel configuration if you want your AVerMedia to work.
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I wrote my own preset file, it’s not hard but you will need some data, like frequency or bandwidth. I recommend to pick the “nearest” preset file for editing. To make this card work, you need at least a vanilla kernel 2. Remember that Kaffeine has it’s own pack of preset files for frequencies, like the scan tool.
Bunzip and untar the package. Copy and paste it. Wait until it ends scanning, you will have a working channels.
AverMedia AVerTV DVB-T 777 – VideoHelp Capture Card
MPlayer works fine with the channels. Views Read View source View history. These cards work well with the latest kernels. This directory varies between distributions. Avermeda file is very important!
AVerMedia AVerTV DVB-T (A16AR) Software
This page was last modified on 5 Decemberat Now copy the channels. Retrieved from ” https: The first problem i encountered is the device node wasn’t being created using udev at boot time. So, if needed, put your own preset file in the same directory as the other presets that Kaffeine installs in the hard disk. If not, we need to create the device manually. You can get all the information from the official AVerTV software for Windows XP, take pencil and paper and write frequencies and bandwidths used by your scanned channels, Then edit any preset file and see how it is.
After running it, devices ware successfully created and we can continue scanning our channels. If you compiled these options into the kernel marked with asterisk you must use some kernel parameters for choosing the correct DVB-T card:. You can compile-in kernel marked as asterisk or as Modules typing M. Some people may think that if they compile in-kernel these components, in particular the saa, they won’t be able to specify parameters.
First we will see how to configure our kernel for the AVerMedia This page has been accessed 45, times. With the mouse wheel you wrap around the channels list, then click for change channel.
After reboot we’re done. On the other hand, what if there isn’t a preset file for your location?
Click tree and then bz2 to download the latest. After that, your preset file will be avemedia in Kaffeine’s DVB scan interface. We need the dvb-apps from http: VDR with xineliboutput plugin works with channels.
Kaffeine implements it’s own scan tool and has a fvb-t qt interface, so you can skip the previous scan part. Then, you must load the module like this:. It worked in my case Ubuntu 6.