i can do it. and because i'm the US i'll be able to test it thoroughly.
Yamaguchi, i'll send you my postal address in a separate email.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Adcock" <John@...>
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2002 14:05:51 -0000
Subject: [Deinterlace-discuss] FWD: SAA7133 with Dscaler
> Does anyone want to take up this offer of a card in return for DScaler
> support? I'm afraid I have too much on to promise anything concrete in
> return for this generous offer.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Shin'ya Yamaguchi [mailto:yamaguchi@...]
> > Sent: 17 December 2002 08:56
> > To: adcockj@...
> > Subject: SAA7133 with Dscaler
> > Dear John,
> > We are a TV card vendor in Japan.
> > We have begun to ship "PrimeTV 7133", a new Philips
> > SAA713x-based products since last month, and already we sold
> > over 5,000 set in Japanese market during one month. Our many
> > customers request to support our card to work with Dscaler
> > 4.xx. As result that I tested 4.1.2 maillist-only version
> > myself, the chip is not detected (work under DirectShow
> > mode), and cannot control TV tuner.
> > Our TV card product is made by a Taiwanese company Animation
> > Technologies (known as LifeView brand), however, it's little
> > bit different from LifeView's original FlyVideo 2000(SAA7130)
> > or 3000(SAA7134), because our card is specially designed for
> > Japanese market, using SAA7133(it support US BTSC/Japanese
> > EIAJ MTS system) and TCL's Japanese-spec TV tuner
> > unit(Intermediate Freq.: 58.75MHz, to prevent interference
> > with IF harmonic and Japanese Channel 1 & 6).
> > I hope you could make our card work with Dscaler, and if you
> > so, we would like to send a set of card. Please mail your
> > snail mailing address.
> > Best Regards,
> > --
> > Shin'ya Yamaguchi
> > R & D Dept. 2 / Planning & Public Relations Dept.,
> > NOVAC Co., Ltd.
> > E-mail : yamaguchi@...
> > WWW : http://www.novac.co.jp/
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