Configure My TV, prio input source issue

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  1. FlipGer
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    1. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR 350
    1. TV Card Type: analog
    1. TV Card Driver: SHSPVR (1.18.21.23257)
    2. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR 150
    2. TV Card Type: analog
    2. TV Card Driver: SHSPVR (2.0.35.23258)
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    Hi,

    ok. This is a nice one for users with analog multituner (PVR 500 and or several PVR 150 / 250 / 350). Changing the card priority effects the input source settings.

    Please follow these steps very carefully...

    - start Configure
    - goto Television->Capture Cards
    - edit your card1
    - set prio 3 and on the autotune page Input Source Cable
    - hit OK
    - edit your card2
    - set prio 3 and on the autotune page Input Source Cable
    - hit OK

    So far for the preparations. Now for the nice part. ;)

    - edit your card1
    - change the prio to 1 (do not look at the autotune page!)
    - hit OK

    - edit your card2
    - look at the autotune page: Inpute Source changed back to Antenna
    - hit Cancel

    - edit your card1
    - look at the autotune page: Inpute Source changed back to Antenna, too!
    - hit Cancel

    - edit your card2
    - change Inpute Source back to Cable
    - hit OK



    - edit your card1
    - look at the autotune page: Inpute Source changed also back to Cable!

    thats it...

    Flip
     
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    I get exactly the same behaviour with svn-04-15-2006--10-22, using Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150 and the analog part of ASUS P7131 Dual.
     
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