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graemeh

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#20269 18-Mar-2008 20:48
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Hi Everyone

I'm having a problem getting my HVR900 working properly.

I can get a clear picture on all stations.  I only get sound on the two TVNZ AC3 channels.  I am using GB-PVR and DVB Viewer Pro.  They both have the same problem.  I thought it had it working on all channels but I could have been confused.  I am in Wellington, in Aro Valley.





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  #117394 18-Mar-2008 20:49
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Have you installed the Monogram AAC decoder?

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  #117406 18-Mar-2008 21:21
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Thanks.  I think so.  I have downloaded mm_aac_dec_0.9.0.0_bin.zip and copied mmaacd.ax to c:\windows\system32 and then ran "regsvr32 mmaacd.ax"

I just re-ran the "regsvr32" command again and now the sound is working again.  Now I remember why I hate Windows.


My next question, is how do I get the 7 day program guide running.  The guide data picked up by GB-PVR only seems to be the current program and the next program.

 
 
 
 


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  #117410 18-Mar-2008 21:46
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graemeh: My next question, is how do I get the 7 day program guide running.  The guide data picked up by GB-PVR only seems to be the current program and the next program.


You will need to use something like xmltvnz as none of the Windows based PVR applications support MHEG5 yet to get the 7 day EPG. The EIT tables only transmit the current and next show.

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  #117416 18-Mar-2008 22:01
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sbiddle:
graemeh: My next question, is how do I get the 7 day program guide running. The guide data picked up by GB-PVR only seems to be the current program and the next program.


You will need to use something like xmltvnz as none of the Windows based PVR applications support MHEG5 yet to get the 7 day EPG. The EIT tables only transmit the current and next show.


Thanks, I'll give it a try tomorrow.

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