Read this post about dvd playback and medibuntu repo: I installed Tvtime, scanned and found all the available channels. Needless to say that I was unmuting all options and setting all bars to maximum. In answer to your question about why you shouldn’t insert the DVB-T stick before the PC has fully booted, the answer is quite simply that it won’t be recognised by the OS, I cannot tell you exact details but that has happened to me in the past a few times!!. What is it that makes tvtime recognize the card so well?
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Free Ubuntu User Manual: Which 3233ur better because it receives digital channels!!! In all cases the volume bar of TVtime was moving and I could set it to maximum, but I don’t get any sound Needless to say that I was unmuting all options and setting all bars to maximum.
The peculiar thing is that while on TVtime the dvbt usb stick lights up with blue light right away sign that it is activatedon all other programs like metv or kaffeine, it does not. I read somewhere in here that pulse audio is not so good, while alsa is better. I have installed also pulse audio volume control, played around with the options, and still no sound At first the volume bar at TVtime was not moving at all it was stuck at 0.
In answer to your question about why you shouldn’t insert the DVB-T stick before the PC has fully booted, the answer is quite simply that it won’t be recognised by the OS, I cannot tell you exact details but that has happened to me in the past a few times!!. So through gstreamer I changed all the audio settings to alsa and more specifically to Conexant.
[linux-dvb] Kworld DVB-T 323U hybrid tuner (eb1a:e323) – no analog audio
At this point I am open to suggestions and I would like to thank you in advance for your kind assistance. Users browsing this forum: I will give it a try again in the afternoon. Even if it was seen by lsusb, the TV applications tvtime, xawtv etc could not see it. I like TVtime even if I can only get analog channels while my card is for digital channels as well but I cannot figure out how to get the sound working What is it that makes tvtime recognize the card so well?
[linux-dvb] Kworld DVB-T U hybrid tuner (eb1a:e) – no analog audio
You can overwrite the firmware files if you want to using the “medibuntu” supplied package “linux-firmware-nonfree”, it won’t hurt the 323uur whatsoever!. Picture is great, sound is great!!!! I am one step before complete success and “sound” keeps me from conquering it!
I would also install the package “libsox-fmt-all” as an extra bonus.
KWorld VS-DVBT 323U/IPTV UB310 Driver v.5.9.0721
Me-tv is an okay prog and it is digital, if you installed version 2, it doesn’t have a scan function hence the link above to version oworld. I need some help in order to make the above TV usb stick fully functional. The problem is that I cannot get the sound to work. In the Ubuntu repo you will also find “linux-firmware-nonfree” available most dvb firmware is bundled in it assuming you have activated the medibuntu repo. I had to change the scan options to: I am getting the hang of Linux pretty good!
I installed Tvtime, scanned and found all the available channels. Restarted the laptop and managed to get the tv card actually working. Please mark this topic as solved! I tried also XawTv, but apart kworlld the fact that I don’t like it, I don’t get any sound either.
Google [Bot] and 11 guests. I also installed gnome alsa mixer and changed the tvtime. Do you also have “libxine1-ffmpeg” installed??.
I finally did it!!!!! Don’t use version 2 of me-tv, it doesn’t work kwlrld because it has no scan function!!. I did it with Kaffeine!!!!! This is the whole story: