Hardware encoding of H.264 and AAC up to 1080i
Composite and component input.
Fully supported by Linux (raspbian)
Transport stream output ( PIDS: PMT = 256, VIDEO = 4113, AUDIO = 4352, PCR=4097)
I have not tried their latest HD-PVR yet which supports 1080p and has HDMI input.
- Charles G4GUO
It's 40MB of a static scene. You need to download it and play it with WMP, as the Dropbox player reduces the quality.
Can any ornithologists identify the bird at the end?
https://www.dropbox.com/s/c432bbjhi2dao ... 20drive.ts
I usually connect the DigiLite before starting the program. You should get a screen something like in the file link below. It won't be exactly the same, as I'm transmitting the data over WiFi using different settings rather than directly to a DigiLite. The bottom line of the screen should be counting up and the camera LED should be on.
Also is there away to change the sybol rate and pid so i can use on ud repeater
Any ideas thanks
Camera does work on pi as i can take photos and camera led is on when transmitting
The transmission coding is DVB-S (same as standard DigiLite) rather than DVB-S2, so a non-HD receiver will still scan and detect it, but the video compression is MPEG-4 rather than the MPEG-2 that the PVR-150 provides.
A non-HD receiver won't know what to do with MPEG-4. I haven't tried it myself, but a blank screen sounds very likely. You may be in the same situation with GB3UD if they don't have an HD receiver.
You can change the symbol rate and some of the PIDs. I'll post my settings shortly.
Incidentally, the receiver used for the demo video above was a Labgear HDSR300 and not a Labgear LG300, which is something slightly different.
http://www.vmarsmanuals.co.uk/newslette ... /lg300.htm
I can't really recommend the HDSR300. Although the pictures are excellent, it can take a long time to lock on. It does have a USB port for recording incoming transport streams though.