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  Reply # 153039 31-Jul-2008 15:37
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So I see from mcranz that this card can tune 1 analog and 1 dvb-t at the same time.  Thanks for confirming that.

Can this card also record 2 DVB-t at once (assuming it's not already recording in analogue).





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  Reply # 153268 1-Aug-2008 11:51
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Hi all,

I was thinking about getting an HD Tuner for my laptop. I have seen a USB one today for $100, but I don't have a particularly high-end laptop, and am a bit worried that it may not handle it.

I have a 2GHz Centrino with 1GB of ram - do you think this would be enough?

The product description says it runs better with dual-core machines.

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  Reply # 153281 1-Aug-2008 12:22
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davidcole: So I see from mcranz that this card can tune 1 analog and 1 dvb-t at the same time.  Thanks for confirming that.

Can this card also record 2 DVB-t at once (assuming it's not already recording in analogue).


I think it can record 2 terrestrial or 2 analogue at once. Wasnt sure if it could record terrestrial and analogue at the same time but mcranz confirms that it can be done in vista with MediaPortal TVServer. Looks like there's bugs if you do it in xp though.

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  Reply # 153289 1-Aug-2008 12:59
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With the HVR2200 and MediaPortal TVServer you can watch/record 1 of the following combinations:

2x Analog
1x analog / All digital channels of the TVNZ mux (TV1, TV2, TVNZ6,7 etc)
1x analog / All digital channels of the MediaWorks mux (TV3, TV4 etc)
All digital channels on the MediaWorks mux (TV3, TV4 etc) / All digital channels on the TVNZ mux (TV1, TV2, TVNZ6,7 etc)


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  Reply # 153369 1-Aug-2008 16:26
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Got a scart to component cable from sky, i'm assuming i can plug this into the HVR-2200 with mediaportal? Will it be able to blast using my MCE remote?

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  Reply # 153373 1-Aug-2008 16:31
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Slightly off topic here, but I got a Scart to component cable and it didn't make much difference at all on my 42" display - was very disappointed

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  Reply # 153393 1-Aug-2008 17:48
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BobbySmith: Hi all,

I was thinking about getting an HD Tuner for my laptop. I have seen a USB one today for $100, but I don't have a particularly high-end laptop, and am a bit worried that it may not handle it.

I have a 2GHz Centrino with 1GB of ram - do you think this would be enough?

The product description says it runs better with dual-core machines.

Thanx


It will probably record fine. I use a Sempron 64 to record using a Hauppauge DVB-T usb device. But playing back is another matter - that machine can't playback (no accelerated video card)

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  Reply # 153394 1-Aug-2008 17:54
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eXDee: Got a scart to component cable from sky, i'm assuming i can plug this into the HVR-2200 with mediaportal? Will it be able to blast using my MCE remote?


The HVR2200 doesn't support component input - just composite and s-video

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  Reply # 153404 1-Aug-2008 18:32
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lchiu7:
BobbySmith: Hi all,

I was thinking about getting an HD Tuner for my laptop. I have seen a USB one today for $100, but I don't have a particularly high-end laptop, and am a bit worried that it may not handle it.

I have a 2GHz Centrino with 1GB of ram - do you think this would be enough?

The product description says it runs better with dual-core machines.

Thanx


It will probably record fine. I use a Sempron 64 to record using a Hauppauge DVB-T usb device. But playing back is another matter - that machine can't playback (no accelerated video card)

Larry


Thanks Larry

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  Reply # 153417 1-Aug-2008 19:34
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eXDee: Got a scart to component cable from sky, i'm assuming i can plug this into the HVR-2200 with mediaportal? Will it be able to blast using my MCE remote?


The HVR2200 doesn't support component input - just composite and s-video

My bad, i meant scart to 4 pin svideo cable, thats what we got.

So the same question, Can i use this to connect sky to the HVR2200, with mediaportal also set up to auto blast commands?

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  Reply # 153512 2-Aug-2008 10:34
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I can't see any reason why not. You will neesd a blaster though, do you have a microsoft MCE remote?




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  Reply # 153676 2-Aug-2008 21:00
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Yes. So how does this work? Do you map 'virtual channels' which blast a command and switches to the svideo input?

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  Reply # 153718 2-Aug-2008 23:41
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I've not set it up my self but you should find heaps of people in the MP forums who have.




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