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Topic # 21394 25-Apr-2008 02:42
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Download is available from

http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/board/showthread.php?t=15034


Yes, fixes the audio issue.  Replaying recorded TV now includes sound (even for stuff recorded previously - ie before this patch).

BUT

CPU usage still high (15 - 20% on HD preview channel)
EPG still very limited, though just now is showning up to 4 - 5 hours hence (next 4 programs on TV2).
ie. still no MHEG-5

Also, as always, applying the patch destroys existing customisations, so have to go through the process again.


Anyway, the audio fix is very welcome.


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  Reply # 136363 8-Jun-2008 09:03
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DS248: CPU usage still high (15 - 20% on HD preview channel)


For CPU usage/hardware acceleration, take a look on this discussion.






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  Reply # 136416 8-Jun-2008 12:50
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DS248: CPU usage still high (15 - 20% on HD preview channel)


For CPU usage/hardware acceleration, take a look on this discussion.


???  I wrote the initial post in that link. 

I wrote the post you quoted (above) before getting HW acceleration working.  The one you linked to was written 3 weeks or so later, after my son & I got it working. 

The CPU% figures I mentioned in the referenced post were with multiple windows open (this PC is primarily used for other purposes & I rarely have less than a dozen or so windows open).  I have however checked subsequently & with HW acceleration working, viewing TV1 / 3 / HD Preview in PC5.1 only consumes a few % (typ. 1% - 4%) CPU.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 136417 8-Jun-2008 12:52
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Yes, thanks - I haven't noticed the post - but I though posting a follow up here would be good if someone looking for this kind of information bumped into this thread...




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