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  # 110671 14-Feb-2008 19:37
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The 576i sample works fine with the Cyberlink 7 codec, its blocky with ffdshow. Audio still not detected in media player classic/WMP, so i assume i have to wait until HE-AAC support is built into Mediaportal, then its good to go.

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  # 110787 15-Feb-2008 11:19
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Has anyone tried the H.264 codec in Nero 8?


 
 
 
 


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# 110799 15-Feb-2008 12:39
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I've installed DVBViewer Pro 3.9.2.0 yesterday. I tried before buying it with the TransEdit which had no problems finding channels with a Hauppage USB DVB-T 900 device.

DVBViewer finds the correct channels and even shows the current program EPG data - but then it stops with the following message:

"Cannot render mediafile/output pin, error: 0x80040200 (Specified media type is invalid)."

This is a Windows Vista Ultimate machine, based on a Mac mini (Intel Core 2 Duo), 1.8 GHz, 1 GB RAM. It's dedicated to Media Center so there is no other software running on it.

I am using the Cyberlink Ultra H.264 drivers.

Any idea on what could be wrong?







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  # 110800 15-Feb-2008 12:42
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@MF: Mine does the exact same thing. I just press OK and wait 5 seconds. This usually pops up on the 720p channels for me.

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  # 110804 15-Feb-2008 13:07
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hi, where can i find the dvbviewer 3.92? thx



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  # 110806 15-Feb-2008 13:10
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You can buy it from their website. Don't come here looking for warez.

 
 
 
 




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  # 110837 15-Feb-2008 17:52
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If anyone hasn't seen the new Indiana Jones trailer, I just added it as a sample. They have been playing it on TVNZ SPORTS EXTRA.

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  # 110842 15-Feb-2008 18:39
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Davos:

Has anyone tried the H.264 codec in Nero 8?


It decodes the 720p stream okay it seems, but im only using the trial. Apparently there are player restrictions on what can use it also. 'Borrowing' the filters from the trial doesnt seem to work with nero, as it does with the cyberlink one, which i believe is better anyway.

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  # 110846 15-Feb-2008 19:15
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I might give the nero trial a go then.

I'm only wanting to test if my PC can handle the 720p feeds (as it most likely won't), so I'm not that keen on forking out $80+ on a decoder that I will most likely not be able to use.

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  # 110864 15-Feb-2008 21:22
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i just installed the dvbviewer 3.9.2.   i just get the picture ,there is no sound. why? thanks



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  # 110871 15-Feb-2008 21:38
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Because the pirated version sometimes doesn't come with the most up to date files?



My 3.9.2 worked without changing any settings at all. Have you changed any of the audio settings?

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  # 110877 15-Feb-2008 22:07
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freitasm:
Fossie: @freitasm: Installed Dvbviewer yet?


Not yet. I used their test tool and found the channels...


How did you get it to find the channels? I can't seem to get it to find channels... Other programs find the channels fine.

edit: sorted.



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  # 110878 15-Feb-2008 22:10
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Give terrestrial EUR a scan.

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  # 110881 15-Feb-2008 22:25
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Thanks Fossie - that found 'em.

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