Leadtek WinFast DTV Dongle. Need Help With Config

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  1. danielrs

    danielrs New Member

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    Hey,
    I have searched the forum a lot, and i'm still having trouble with setting up a Leadtek WinFast DTV Dongle with the latest drivers. :confused: :confused:
    Can some post their xml that belongs in the capturecarddef file. Or even how they went about setting it up.



    All the other older posts have dead links.

    Thanks
    :D
     
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    WORKING ~~~ CaptureCardDefinitions entry

    Hey Hey,
    couldn’t help myself and downloaded the source code and put my development skills to work.
    In order to get the Leadtek WinFast DTV Dongle working I put this in the CaptureCardDefinitions.xml file.
    Now works great.

    <capturecard commercialname="WinFast DTV Dongle DIB7700" capturename="WinFast Digital Capture (Dev1 Path0) " devid="vid_0413&amp;pid_6f01&amp;mi_00">
    <capabilities tv="true" radio="false" mpeg2="true" mce="false" sw="false" bda="true"/>
    <tv>
    <interface cat="capture" video="2" audio="3" mpeg2="1" sectionsandtables="5"/>
    <filters>
    <filter cat="networkprovider" name="Microsoft DVBT Network Provider" checkdevice="false"/>
    <filter cat="tunerdevice" name="WinFast Digital Tuner (Dev1 Path0) " checkdevice="false"/>
    <filter cat="capture" name="WinFast Digital Capture (Dev1 Path0) " checkdevice="false"/>
    </filters>
    <connections>
    <connection sourcefilter="networkprovider" sourcepin="0" sinkfilter="tunerdevice" sinkpin="0"/>
    <connection sourcefilter="tunerdevice" sourcepin="0" sinkfilter="capture" sinkpin="0"/>
    </connections>
    </tv>
    </capturecard>

    Now I have the source I might start mucking around with extensions etc.
    :D
     
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    That's great, I will probably buy one of these sticks this weekend to get the Swedish FTA channels up on my 108". :-p
     
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    Thank you, thank you thank you!!!!! I have finally been able to use the USB dongle for what I wanted - TV inside Mediaportal!

    I had tried a few other setups, and none worked, but yours did, so thanks again!:D
     
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