Hi G (and everyone else),
at last i guess i just found what is working for me, i have to compile
modules for bttv (i use 188.8.131.52) then i have to insert them orderly:
video-buf.ko, tveeprom.ko, btcx-risc.ko, bttv.ko.
Using a non-modular kernel will not work.
Sometimes (i hate to say that) i have to remove and then re-insert
bttv.ko to make it work correctly.
I'd really like to find out where this non-deterministic behaviour comes
from, but i'm not very strong about kernel issues...
Anyway at last i can get bright colors for all 4 inputs...
On Thu, 2005-10-06 at 21:23 +0200, Gabor Radics wrote:
> Hi A,
> I do have the same problem with one of my card. I have bought 3 of them
> (very low end, noname or better say pico2000) with 1*tb878, 4 video-, 1
> sound input. the only difference between them is the version number on
> the card (can't tell you now...). 2 of the cards works perfectly in
> rainbow colours and one of them only B/W norm 3.=20
> I was playing a lot with the driver module parameters but found no
> solution. I would say that the card is #&@!*.
> However, I hope somebody has more brain and have a solution for this.
> 2005-10-06, cs keltez=E9ssel 19:50-kor Andrea Oliva ezt =EDrta:
> > Hi all,
> > does anyone ever experienced troubles with a bt878 which only captures
> > in b/w?
> > I've been using a grandtec with 1-chip 4-inputs for a while, now I
> > switched to an anonymous 4-chips 4-inputs but it strangely refuse to
> > work with colours.
> > When I set "norm 0" it shows a shredded image, I can somehow understand
> > it grabbed a picture, but it is too fuzzy to use it.
> > I have to forcefully set "norm 3" to see a stable image...
> > Anyone experienced such odd things??
> > Bye
> > A
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