Use the XdTV Wizard:

wizard

Wizard Options
Explanations
Make your own xdtvrc Config File This button launch a shell script that scan all channels to create automatically a xdtvrc configuration file.
Edit / Modify your Config File
This button edit your xdtvrc configuration file with the VI application, into a shell. You could have a look on it or modify it.
XdTV with XV (Simple XV)
This button launch XdTV with the X11 extension called XV. It's an interesting option because it will use almost no CPU (First XV implementation).
XdTV with XV Video (Better XV)
This button launch XdTV with the last XV implementation (better method). So, it's possible to test if your hardware / software is compatible with it.
Schedule your AVI record
This button help you to schedule a record. You could choose the day, the time of the next records and more.
XdTV with XOSD (Better OSD)
There are 2 different osd methods. This button launch XdTV, at startup, with the last method (Xosd).
HTTP XdTV
 TV Server
Launch the video streaming server.
HTTP Xawdecode TV Client
Launch the video streaming client.
XdTV without XV Some video cards can't be used with the XV extension. So you must launch XdTV without it.
XdTV without xvtv_overlay
By default XdTV use a new overlay support. This button launch XdTV with the old one: The XdTV window can't be resize over 768x576, DGA support is needed.
XdTV without ALSA
Launch XdTV with OSS drivers (not with Alsa drivers).
XdTV Debug Mode
If you have a problem with XdTV, and try to ask one of the developers, we suggest you to send us all informations that XdTV could give, in debug mode. To launch XdTV in such mode you just have to use this button and copy & paste informations written into the shell.
Close
This button quit the Wizard application.

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