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Topic # 24854 5-Aug-2008 07:19
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Hey

Just got my tv tunner WinTV HVR 3000 and the picture in Power Cinema is very choppy and my cpu runs at 70% while on tv3

I have done what they said to do in this post


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Intel Core 2 Duo Q6600 2.4Ghz
4gb DDR2 800
WinTv HVR 3000
nVidia 8800GTS 512mb

Cheers Andrew

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  Reply # 154268 5-Aug-2008 12:17
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If your cpu is running at 70% then you aint using x.264 hardware acceleration. Can you change codec's in power cinema? if so try a different codec.

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  Reply # 154317 5-Aug-2008 14:11
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boby55: Hey

Just got my tv tunner WinTV HVR 3000 and the picture in Power Cinema is very choppy and my cpu runs at 70% while on tv3

I have done what they said to do in this post


System Specs,

Intel Core 2 Duo Q6600 2.4Ghz
4gb DDR2 800
WinTv HVR 3000
nVidia 8800GTS 512mb

Cheers Andrew


Keep in mind that your 88GTS does not support full hardware decoding. It will do some but not like a 8500GT or 8600GT.







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  Reply # 154346 5-Aug-2008 14:56
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boby55: Hey

Just got my tv tunner WinTV HVR 3000 and the picture in Power Cinema is very choppy and my cpu runs at 70% while on tv3

I have done what they said to do in this post


System Specs,

Intel Core 2 Duo Q6600 2.4Ghz
4gb DDR2 800
WinTv HVR 3000
nVidia 8800GTS 512mb

Cheers Andrew



Vista or XP?



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  Reply # 154364 5-Aug-2008 16:12
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boby55: Hey

Just got my tv tunner WinTV HVR 3000 and the picture in Power Cinema is very choppy and my cpu runs at 70% while on tv3

I have done what they said to do in this post


System Specs,

Intel Core 2 Duo Q6600 2.4Ghz
4gb DDR2 800
WinTv HVR 3000
nVidia 8800GTS 512mb

Cheers Andrew



Vista or XP?


Sorry Im running Vista Busniess

Will Try change codec

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  Reply # 154377 5-Aug-2008 16:44
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I've always had problems with software decoding ( which is essentially what your doing) in vista with both cyberlink and CoreAVC. With hardware acceleration (cyberlink) it's perfect. I've heard people report the exact opposite in XP.




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  Reply # 154855 7-Aug-2008 09:25
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hi,

i have exactly the same issue. Ive used both dvb viewer and media portal.
tv one always plays better than 3.
still both are choppy with dvb and media portal. Ive used the cyberlink and ffd codecs.
any ideas

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  Reply # 154871 7-Aug-2008 10:22
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heist: hi,

i have exactly the same issue. Ive used both dvb viewer and media portal.
tv one always plays better than 3.
still both are choppy with dvb and media portal. Ive used the cyberlink and ffd codecs.
any ideas


FFDshow doesn't support hardware acceleration. It's almost guaranteed that using FFDshow you will *never* get TV3 perfectly simply because software based decoding does not perform anywhere near as well as hardware based decoding.

Arcsoft or Cyberlink H.264 deodecs support hardware acceleration and a supported video card will give you TV3 perfectly.

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