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  Reply # 135579 5-Jun-2008 00:58
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Vorbis: Can you use dvbviewer as a server/client setup like mediaportal? I'd happily pay the $25 if it does. Sounds like its a bit more stable than MP.


Yes, it has client/server functionality. I tried it once and it worked just fine.



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  Reply # 135581 5-Jun-2008 02:34
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Fossie: dvbviewer is definitely worth the buy. The only problem I have is that I need to turn aero off for it to work properly.


This shouldn't happen if one sets the Video Renderer, under the DirectX options, to EVR (Vista Enhanced Video Renderer). It needs to be set this way to take advantage of Hardware Acceleration anyway - from my understanding of it.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 135616 5-Jun-2008 09:30
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Nirodha: Please check oue the following thread; it has info on how to configure DVBViewer:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=83&TopicId=19328


good, thanks, realised that after I had posted

seems to be up and running now.

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  Reply # 135620 5-Jun-2008 09:55
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Nirodha, are you just regurgitating information from my guide thread and telling it to me here? {$lang_emotions_tongue-out}



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  Reply # 135626 5-Jun-2008 10:12
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Fossie, no,  I don't think so. And, if I was, it certainly wasn't intentional. ;)

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