MediaPortal 4k Support

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    I am attempting to set up a back end PVR for Kodi that will support a 4k capture card and am not having a lot of luck getting the answers I need. Does anyone know if MediaPortal would support such a device?


     
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    Yes, I know... and the answer is no.

    As it says in our wiki/manual, in terms of capture (ie. not tuners), MediaPortal's TV Server currently supports Hauppauge HD-PVR and Colossus... and that's all. Some capture inputs on analog tuner cards/devices may also work, but in my opinion you're unlikely to find anything in that direction that supports 4k capture.
     
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