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kdetv

   0.8.9  

KDE Video Application

Score 80%
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Minimum required   KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  27012
Submitted:  Mar 26 2004
Updated:  Aug 6 2006

Description:

kdetv is a KDE application to watch TV on the desktop.

Features of kdetv include deinterlacing (DScaler algorithms), three view modes, a channel scanner, the ability to import the channel files of three other TV programs, teletext and closed caption decoding, and an easy-to-use graphical user interface. The application supports remote controls using KDELIRC, a component shipped in KDE 3.2.

kdetv requires KDE libraries version 3.2 or above, a TV tuner card with video4linux or XVIDEO-input support, and an ALSA or OSS compatible mixer device.




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 eternally unstable

 
 by apt-drink on: Mar 27 2004
 
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I've been following this app since it was qtvision, and the only thing I can say is I hope someday I'll see a 1.0 stable version... Last kwintv beta version I tried crashed as hell. Its development is slooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww..... :(


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 Re: eternally unstab

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 27 2004
 
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So why don't you help us by reporing bugs to the mailing list or KDE bugtracking system??? For me, kdetv/qtvision works stable for more than 4 months. I can only fix bugs that someone reports!


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 Re: eternally unstab

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Forgot to mention that development is so slow because I'm practically the only person working on it.


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 Re: Re: eternally unstab

 
 by apt-drink on: Mar 27 2004
 
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Please don't get me wrong. I appreciate your work, and I didn't know there had been so many mantainers, and you are developing almost alone. BTW I reported some bugs in the past. Have done it dozens of times in kde ;)


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 Re: eternally unstable

 
 by kavau on: Apr 5 2004
 
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Maybe this is only a problem with your system configuration? While kdetv still has some quirks, it never crashed on me (except on shutdown). Way to go, Dirk!

Klaus


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 Re: eternally unstab

 
 by apt-drink on: Apr 5 2004
 
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I've downloaded the debian packages and it seems that finally works well for me too :) The new channel editor and channel wizard are simply great!!!! Good work


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 Name change

 
 by trtmrt on: Mar 27 2004
 
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I used kwintv regularly and I'am quite happy with it. The only thing I don't understand is why you keep changing the name. It went from kwintv to qtvision to kdetv. I think it just confuses the end user.

I like that you fixed the fullscreen mode so it's actually fullscreen now but the audio selection is broken in the latest version I installed from CVS. Autoselect doesn't work so on some channels I cannot get the main audio. I assume this will be fixed in the final release.


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 Re: Name change

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 27 2004
 
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You have to know the programs' history for that.

KWinTV is an app written my Moritz Wenk, he stopped working on it shortly after fininshing his studies. George Staikos took over maintenance of KWinTV and fixed some bugs.

QtVision was an entry for a Qt Embedded contest written by George Staikos. George was unable to fix all of KWinTV's problems due to the programs architecture and decided to to make QtVision the successor of KWinTV, but development slowed down after some time.

Half a year ago, I got annoyed because I did not find a good TV app for KDE and started hacking on QtVision. With the help of many people from the kwintv mailing list I stabilized the application so we are now nearly ready to release a beta version.

The renaming to kdetv was decided some weeks ago because QtVision is misleading - it's _NOT_ a Qt application, but a KDE application.


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 Re: Re: Name change

 
 by hoernerfranz on: Apr 4 2004
 
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well,
I wasn't aware at all of the recent name change, as I've been using
the cvs version from kdenonbeta
all the time, and I can only say,
this app is really amazing - the only thing I'm missing right now is
record movies.
thanks for this great program !


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 kdetv rc1

 
 by g1gsw on: Mar 27 2004
 
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I have just installed rc1 and must say it is now very polished and works extremely well. I used the old kwintv and missed it, not any longer kdetv has taken its place and I must say it is very professional. I like the ability to have transparent text. All I can say is well done an excellent app.


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 kdetv

 
 by XeroXken on: Apr 2 2004
 
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i really, really like this program.


May the source be with you
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 great stuff

 
 by mobtek on: Apr 6 2004
 
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awesome app, its replaced tv time for me :)


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 Teletext

 
 by CsorbaGomba on: Apr 12 2004
 
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Hi!

I don't see any changes between QTVision from CVS and the KDETV current relase. But it's fine, I don't have any problems with QTVision, except the teletext. I saw the KDETV screenshot with a teletext menu on it, but when I compiled KDETV, I don't find it. I searched in the KDETV maillist-archives, but I haven't find the answer there too. They spoke about a teletext-plugin, but there isn't anything about teletext in KDETV and QTVision.

And when changing channel, I've got a disturbing "xssss" :) sound.


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 Re: Teletext

 
 by dziegel on: Apr 13 2004
 
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You need to have the libzvbi library and headers installed when you run ./configure. The packages are usually called libzvbi and libzvbi-devel. For the distrubing sound, try increasing the volume restoration delay (Settings/Sound).


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 Re: Re: Teletext

 
 by CsorbaGomba on: Apr 13 2004
 
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The teletext works great!
But the sound problem still exists, delaying the sound from min to max value doesn't change anything.


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