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# 40962 7-Sep-2009 19:58
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Hi,I use windows 7 rtm and have a hvr-2200 tv card with 9500gt video card,Ive given up on media center as im having too many problems with pixelation deteriotion while running dvb-t or audio out of sync. Ive just got dvbviewer and it seems perfect but it would be great to use this in media center instead of crappy default tv. I have a xbox360 extender too which runs tv via media center too,I saw a program called DVBLink but it seems to be dvb-s only? is there a way to get dvb-t to work the same way as dvblink?

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  # 253884 7-Sep-2009 21:54
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If you're getting pixelisation then odds are you have a signal strength issue.

A XBox can only be used as an extender if you're using Media Center. You can't use DVBViewer with the XBox.


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  # 254070 8-Sep-2009 14:03
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sbiddle: If you're getting pixelisation then odds are you have a signal strength issue.
Agreed, however i have run DVB Viewer next to media center and when media center lags and has problems DVB Viewer is silky smooth... I have no idea why this might be the case, but i saw'd it wit my own two eyes.

 
 
 
 


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  # 254104 8-Sep-2009 16:24
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DVBlink should work for you just fine. It simply takes whatever you have setup in DVBViewer (DVB-T, -S or a combo) and then presents it to Mediacenter as mock a DVB-S tuner. The software is not 100% perfect but is quite usable and you can trial it for free for 30 days (and it's great if you have Sky TV - see other threads)

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