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Re: World TV on F9



On Fri, Mar 06, 2009 at 04:55:11PM -0400, rodolfoap wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-03-05 at 18:57 -0500, Dave Feustel wrote:
> > Video is working pretty well for me on f9 now.  I have heard about
> > people watching tv from all over the world on their computers. How do I
> > do that on f9? 
> 
> Yea, video forks fine several fedora versions ago, but many tv cards
> dont, -not due to fedora but tv in/out drivers lack-. If you mean the
> normal video, you can receive pseudo-tv over IP with i.e. Miro. or
> many .tv sites. If you mean video from a video-capture card, you can use
> some apps, like kdetv or mythtv, but they work like your television: you
> need some signal arriving to your computer, an antenna, or cable...
> 
> Greets!

I have a BT video card, but I am thinking of video signals delivered
directly via internet. It might be necessary to have ntsb, pal and other
decoders to properly display the signals. I don't really know how video
feeds are transmitted over the internet. So far I have only watched
videos from Youtube, Google. But I'd like to get videos from England,
Germany and France for starters.


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