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Topic # 22587 1-Jun-2008 21:49
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Hai Guys and Gurls,

So I Finally just built my Self a media PC
This is the TV card http://www.playtech.co.nz/product.php?action=showdetail&id=4087

Hauppauge WinTV-HVR4000 HD Quad-mode TV

So I got all the standard channels to work with ''PowerCinema''
Am Running Vista Ultimate 32 Bit

You probaly Get this question every day, How ever I just cant seem to figure it out. Typical noob for you I guess :P

Anyways the real question is How do I VMC to Pickup the TV card and get the channels and also how do I make my channels in both p1rograms go through ''Freeview'' ? I found something on google linking me to this page put accidently restarted and meh  ><
Also I cant even get the channels to open.

Here is the Picture of were I currently have the cord from the Antenna plugging into the card.


Can some please point me into the Right direct ( Links) or tell me what I have to do...
Any help would be Greatly appreciated..

Cheers

Ben

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  Reply # 134821 1-Jun-2008 22:18
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well the first question is, are you getting your TV via DVB-T (your TV aerial) or DVB-S? (a satellite dish)



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  Reply # 134825 1-Jun-2008 22:32
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  Reply # 134931 2-Jun-2008 14:26
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start by reading the New Zealand Freeview | HD Guide (DTT/DVB-T)

Power Cinema will work with it too I believe, but i don't have that card, so don't know for sure.  Make sure you download the latest version too, I don't think the version it comes with works with NZ Freeview, but the download does.


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  Reply # 134954 2-Jun-2008 15:33
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Watching Freeview|HD channels in Vista Media Center is not currently possible as it does not support the H.264 video and AAC audio formats used in New Zealand.

To view the Freeview|HD channels you really need to be using DVBViewer, GB-PVR or Media Portal.

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