[pvrusb2] s-video input and audio question
rickm at timshel.ca
Mon Mar 12 11:42:12 CDT 2007
I think the original poster is confused by calling the red/white audio
jacks "composite" connectors. The only "composite" jack is the yellow
RCA jack labeled "Composite Video In" connector. "composite" means the
three separate Y'PbPr component video signals are mixed (composed) into one.
The device has 4 sources to choose from. The first three are video
sources; radio of course is audio only.
# cat ctl_input/enum_val
Television and radio get their signals (including audio) from the coax
connectors on the back near the USB and power connectors. The connectors
for the other two video sources, labeled "S-Video" and "Composite
Video", are video only, and get their audio from the red/white
right/left "Audio In" jacks that are right beside the S-Video and
Composite Video jacks.
So, the "composite" shown by ctl_input is not an audio source, it's a
michael papet wrote:
> In my experience, s-video is video only. Audio is handled separately.
> In this case the composite left/right posts on the back.
> On 3/10/07, devsk <funtoos at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> I have a question regarding the s-video input. When using the s-video input,
>> where does the mpeg2 stream get its audio from? Is it from the composite red
>> and white connectors?
>> if that is the case, then following is little confusing, because its a mix
>> of audio-video inputs:
>> # cat ctl_input/enum_val
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