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I can get acamd working with DVB-Viewer just fine, however DVB Viewer has this stupid thing where you've actually got to have the programme open for it to record.  I'd much rather have something like GB-PVR where the recording can just run in the background. 

What other choices do I have?

Of course the other downside with GB-PVR is the DVB-S2 function doesn't work with my card.

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  #319825 18-Apr-2010 08:16
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What card do you have?

You can go down the Windows7 MCE approach, this has been discussed here in the past.



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  #319954 18-Apr-2010 17:10
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ok, am trying that.

it's odd though, I can't get it to decrypt.

it all works fine in DVB-Viewer. I copied the files across from that folder, and changed the NewCS login details to match the tuner name, and still no love.

Any ideas?

 
 
 
 


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  #319964 18-Apr-2010 17:28
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Nope. I run GB-PVR not Windows7 MCE and have not played with any of the cam stuff under MCE, only GB-PVR.



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  #319973 18-Apr-2010 17:44
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You might need to give us a few more clues.  What exactly have you got setup now and whats not working.  What versions of things are you using at the moment?



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  #319977 18-Apr-2010 17:53
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er, that's odd, it seemed to fix itself, maybe the numerous restarts of the NewCS server or something fixed it.

Odd

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