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kdetv

   0.8.9  

KDE Video Application

Score 80%
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Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  26834
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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 KDETV with Pinnacle

 
 by TylerD75 on: Sep 4 2004
 
Score 50%

Very cool app, works perfectly with Pinnacle PCTV (Bt878)! Much better app than the retail programs I've tried on Windows. I love Linux! There's not long until everybody wants Linux on the desktop with great apps like this!


Cheers,
Tyler Durden

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 Wonderfull news

 
 by dbsflac on: Sep 25 2004
 
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Great app! It also fixes the mute on exit bug :). 10/10!


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 secam l?

 
 by vladvasiliu on: Sep 26 2004
 
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Hello, I really like your app, but there is however one problem: I got this leadtek winfast 2000 tv card with my computer, and I can't get it to work with the local tv standard (france - secam l) the board can decode that, 'cause under windows it works. is there any way to select the standard? because I could only find pal / ntsc / secam options.


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 Re: secam l?

 
 by dziegel on: Nov 27 2004
 
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Try out the new v4l2 plugin in 0.8.4 (enable compilation in plugins/video/Makefile.am). It should present all norms your tuner supports.


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 DVB-T support some d

 
 by olahaye74 on: Mar 6 2005
 
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In France, DVB-T will be rolled out on March 14th 2005. Will kdetv supports DVB-T cards?

Note: Analog tv will be stopped in 2010.

Example of cards I may purchase:
- ADS Tech Instant TV DVB-T PCI
- Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-t PCI
- Pinnacle PCTV MediaCenter 300i


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 Re: DVB-T support so

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 28 2005
 
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This is not planned by me ATM and noone else volunteered to do it up to now.


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 kdetv channels

 
 by mart193 on: Mar 15 2005
 
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nice app , someone might code autocollapse search for channels though.. something like juk playlist search, would be nice and usable addition


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 Re: kdetv channels

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 28 2005
 
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Would only make sense for a huge amount of channels, but most people have less than 40 channels


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 Hardware...

 
 by WolfCub on: Mar 17 2005
 
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What high quality TV tuner should I get for kdetv? I am running Debian 3.1 and have a GeForce 6800 Ultra, and I'd like the easiest TV tuner to get working that I can get. Thanks.


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 Re: Hardware...

 
 by dziegel on: Mar 28 2005
 
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Hauppauge WinTV pci cards should be very easy to set up. Generally speaking, analog TV cards that use the bt8x8 chipset should work with Linux and kdetv. "Common" models are autodetected by the bttv driver and are thus easier to install.


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 Re: Hardware...

 
 by taki on: Jun 6 2005
 
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saa7134 cards are not allways easy to setup but give an excellent result. They are also very well fit for recording via mencoder.


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