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GOrmsby

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#21866 9-May-2008 13:09
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Just got GB-PVR up and running, recording etc with no trouble. Perfect picture, sync etc.
Only problem is, if I go the recordings folder using Windows and try play them with PowerDVD or WMP I don't get any sound. I have to play them from within GB-PVR for audio to be present. ??

If it's playing them from GB-PVR, then I must have the correct codecs installed, but it seems PowerDVD and WMP aren't using them in the same way.

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  #129681 9-May-2008 15:11
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the problem is most software can't play the LATM flavour of AAC audio, stick to GB-PVR for the moment.

You have got Monogram AAC decoder installed?

 
 
 

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  #129720 9-May-2008 17:15
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Powerdvd 8 delexe is able to play the sound just not version 7




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#130017 11-May-2008 14:01
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Thanks, I'll try installing PowerDVD for playback. As far as the Monogram AAC codec goes, I have installed / registered the codec from an admin command prompt, and it says "successful" yet it doesn't make a damn difference, and I cannot select it in the GB-PVR audio decoder list either. Am I missing something to get this codec to work?? (I am using the latest version too 9.0.3).

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