[pvrusb2] Fuzzy Video using Hauppauge WinTV PVR USB2
roger at eskimo.com
Mon Dec 12 05:06:02 CST 2005
I think I made mention earlier about using Mythtv and requiring to
turn-off deinterlacing while watching tv in Mythtv. I think you can do
this while watching tv and tapping the "W" key.
I believe you can also do this by doing:
echo 1 > /sys/class/pvrusb2/sn-7435104/ctl_interlace/cur_val
If this solves it, then this problem you are having is similar to what I
To solve it, try updating your Linux nvidia drivers along with using a
recent versions of pvrusb2 driver and also trying using a more recent
Another thing known to cause problems with Mythtv is Nvidias
RenderAccel. If you have it turned on within xorg.conf, try turning it
If you figure this out, make sure you post your solution here (unlike me
forgetting too)! :-/ (sorry.)
On Mon, 2005-12-12 at 09:02 +0530, cardboil wrote:
> I am using the Hauppauge WinTV PVR USB2 card and Mike's pvrusb2 driver, with
> MythTV. When I watch live TV, the picture is a little fuzzy, i.e., when
> there is any motion in the video, it starts to look blurred. Video that
> doesn't contain a lot of movement looks OK.
> Has anyone else encountered this? Is this an issue with the fact that the
> stream is coming over USB or does it have something to do with my settings
> in Myth? Is there a way to tell Myth to use the card's hardware
> encoder/decoder or does that happen by default?
> Thanks in advance for any guidance.
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