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# 22309 23-May-2008 14:46
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Hi,
I installed HVR4000 and Powerlink Cinema 5.1, that come a long with card.
All drivers installed successfully, but when I'm running the setup the Powerlink Cinema detects only Analog Tuner,
No DVB-t and dvb-s, Do I miss something, do I need addtionall drivers??
Cheers
Jozef

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  # 132808 23-May-2008 14:55
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jozef:
No DVB-t and dvb-s, Do I miss something


Yes you have missed alot.
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  # 132843 23-May-2008 17:14
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So a quick roundup of what you still need: Either GB-PVR, Media Portal or DVBViewer, Cyberlink PowerDVD 7 or 8 Ultra Delux, and the Monogram AAC decoder.

Oh, and you need a compatible graphics card as well.

 
 
 
 


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  # 132853 23-May-2008 18:48
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jozef: I installed HVR4000 and Powerlink Cinema 5.1, that come a long with card.
All drivers installed successfully, but when I'm running the setup the Powerlink Cinema detects only Analog Tuner,
No DVB-t and dvb-s, Do I miss something, do I need addtionall drivers??


Have you installed the latest drivers & patches?  ie.


Step 1: Install latest driver - Version 2.122.26109
From http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/sup...iversonly.html

Step 2: Install three downloads from http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/pages/sup...satellite.html

+ PowerCinema 5.1 Software Upgrade CD v1.0 (build 4222) to CD v1.4 (build 4410)
+ PowerCinema 5.1 Software Patch, Transponder list update for New Zealand FTA channels
+ PowerCinema HD edition with AAC+ No Audio Patch

Plus, for satelite (from same link)
+ PowerCinema 5.1 Registry Override for 10750 Type LNB
+ PowerCinema 5.1 Registry Override for 11300 Type LNB

Also see post re PowerCinema HW acceleration (sticky post above)


I have no experience with DVB-S, but PowerCinema (with the above patches etc) should work fine with appropriate hardware.  We have it working for both the HVR4000 and Nova T500.





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  # 132959 24-May-2008 10:41
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Hi all,
thank you very much for all you help.
Looks like I got the problem with Powerlink Cinema 5.1, that does not detects all the tuners on HVR4000
I installed all the updates from UK website and still nothing.
I installed as well all the other staff mentioned in earlier posts.
I'ts is all workinng fine with DVBviewer, but I would prefer use Powerlink Cinema as it comes with Remote Control.
Also DVBviewer, not working well with DVB-S, does not have Optus D1 in a list and is hard to get working at the same time for both dvb-s and dvb-t.
I tried as well other software "My Theatre", and that looks good as well, but also no Optus D1 in a list.
SO mayor for me is that Powerlink Cinema does not detects dvb-t and dvb-s. Any help will be appreciated.


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  # 132963 24-May-2008 11:02
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You can't use DVB-T in New Zealand with anything other than GB-PVR, Media Portal or DVBViewer. Powercinema will not work.

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  # 132990 24-May-2008 12:37
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talsemgeest: You can't use DVB-T in New Zealand with anything other than GB-PVR, Media Portal or DVBViewer. Powercinema will not work.


What is the basis of the "will not work"?

PowerCinema (+ HVR4000 or Nova T500) works fine with DVB-T in NZ if properly configured as I noted above. We have it working on 2 PC's - excellent PQ (720p & 1080i). Only thing not functional is the MHEG EPG. All other aspects work - TV viewing, timeshift, record TV & playback (audio & video).



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  # 132991 24-May-2008 12:40
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Oh really? Cool.

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