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[TAF] templates://tvtime/{templates}

The tvtime package introduced new or modified debconf
templates. This is the perfect moment for a review to help the package
maintainer following the general suggested writing style and track
down typos and errors in the use of English language.

If someone wants to pick up this review, please answer to this mail,
in the mailing list, with an [ITR] (Intent To Review) label.

The templates file is attached.

To propose the file you reviewed for peer review, please send a [RFR]
(Request For Review) mail with the reviewed file attached...then a few
days later, when no more contributions come, a summary mail with a
[LCFC] (Last Chance For Comments) label.

Finally, after no more comments coming to the LCFC mail, you can send
the reviewed templates file as a bug report against the package.

Then, please notify the list with a last mail using a [BTS] label
with the bug number.

Helping the package maintainer to deal with induced translation
updates at that moment will be nice. If you're not comfortable with
that part of the process, please hand it off to a translator.


Template: tvtime/norm
Type: select
_Description: Default television standard for your location:
 North American users should select NTSC.  Most areas in the world use PAL.

Template: tvtime/frequencies-ntsc
Type: select
_Choices: Cable, Broadcast, Cable including channels 100+
_Description: Default frequency table:
 The frequency table specifies which frequencies correspond to the familiar
 channel numbers.  Select broadcast if you use an antenna for over-the-air

Template: tvtime/frequencies-jp
Type: select
_Choices: Cable, Broadcast
_Description: Default frequency table:
 The frequency table specifies which frequencies correspond to the familiar
 channel numbers.  Select broadcast if you use an antenna for over-the-air

Template: tvtime/frequencies-pal
Type: select
_Choices: Europe, France, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, China Broadcast, Australia Optus, Custom (must run tvtime-scanner first)
_Description: Default frequency table:
 Users of the Optus cable company in Australia should select Australia
 Optus.  If you are a user of a cable company that does not use standard
 frequencies, such as Casema, UPC or Mixtics, please select Custom and run
 the tvtime-scanner application before using tvtime.

Template: tvtime/v4ldevice
Type: string
Default: /dev/video0
_Description: Default television capture device:
 This should be the video4linux device which corresponds to your capture

Template: tvtime/vbidevice
Type: string
Default: /dev/vbi0
_Description: Device to use for VBI decoding:
 This will only be used in NTSC areas for decoding closed captions and XDS
 channel information.

Template: tvtime/setuid
Type: boolean
Default: false
_Description: Do you wish to make `/usr/bin/tvtime' setuid root?
 This allows tvtime to run at a high priority to ensure smooth video and
 should be used for high quality video output even during high CPU load.

Template: tvtime/processpriority
Type: string
Default: -10
_Description: Process priority for the tvtime binary:
 This setting controls the priority of the tvtime process relative to other
 processes on the system.  The allowed range is from -19 to 19. Lower
 values indicate higher priority, and a value of 0 would give tvtime the
 same priority as a normal process.
Source: tvtime
Section: x11
Priority: optional
Maintainer: Bart Martens <bartm@debian.org>
 debhelper (>= 7),
Standards-Version: 3.8.1
Homepage: http://tvtime.net/

Package: tvtime
Architecture: any
Recommends: xmltv-util
Suggests: lirc-x
Description: A high quality television application
 tvtime is a high quality television application for use with video 
 capture cards.  tvtime processes the input from a capture card and 
 displays it on a computer monitor or projector.  Unlike other 
 television applications, tvtime focuses on high visual quality making 
 it ideal for videophiles.
 tvtime supports:
  * Deinterlaced output at a full interlaced rate of 59.94 frames per
    second for NTSC source, or 50 frames per second for PAL sources.
    This gives smoothness of motion and high visual quality.
  * Multiple deinterlacing algoritms for finding the optimal mode for
    your video content and available processor speed.
  * 16:9 aspect ratio mode for the highest available resolution when 
    processing input from an external DVD player or digital satellite 
  * A super-slick on-screen-display for the complete television
    experience, with a featureful menu system.
  * 2-3 Pulldown detection for optimal quality viewing of film content
    from NTSC sources.

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