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List:       linux-video
Subject:    New Project Announcement
From:       "matthew.r.pavlovich.1" <mpav () purdue ! edu>
Date:       1999-01-28 21:46:28

I am currently working out all the preliminary work to write a drvier for
the Matrox DVD Decoder.  This card is an add-on to the G200 series cards.
The card is based on a chip made by Zoran.  Zoran is sending me the docs
for their chip, and Matrox is sending me the docs on the chip that sits on
the card w/ the Zoran chip.

The project web site is http://pulsar.doobie.org.  

I am working on getting some of the basic setup code for the module and
the V4L stuff.  The card is not released yet.  By starting some of this
early, I am hoping to have a working alpha driver out within a month or so
of the card's release.

I am needing help with: coding, web site update (duh just look at it), V4L
vs V4L2 info etc.

-Matt Pavlovich
mpav@debian.org



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List:       linux-video
Subject:    Re: New Project Announcement
From:       Pauline Middelink <middelin () polyware ! nl>
Date:       1999-01-31 17:57:38

On Thu, Jan 28, 1999 at 04:46:28PM -0500, matthew.r.pavlovich.1 wrote:
> I am currently working out all the preliminary work to write a drvier for
> the Matrox DVD Decoder.  This card is an add-on to the G200 series cards.
> The card is based on a chip made by Zoran.  Zoran is sending me the docs
> for their chip, and Matrox is sending me the docs on the chip that sits on
> the card w/ the Zoran chip.

You might wanbt to have a look at the existing zoran drivers
(mine) and the buz thing...
(both have URLs which can be found at the incrediable slow roadrunner site)

    Met vriendelijke groet,
        Pauline Middelink
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