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Topic # 25076 11-Aug-2008 14:48
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Hi all,

If I could play those captured .ts files smoothly, does that mean that my pc could cope with Freeview HD live stream decoding?

My pc spec:
E8200 2.66GHz/NV 7900GS/4G/XP SP3&Vista Ultimate SP1

Thanks guys.

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  Reply # 155918 11-Aug-2008 15:17
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You can probably play back 576i OK and ger reasonable results with the TV1/TV2 720p files OK but you would probably struggle with the 1080i TV3 feed since your video card is not capable of H.264 hardware acceleration.

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  Reply # 155922 11-Aug-2008 15:25
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If I could play those captured .ts files smoothly, does that mean that my pc could cope with Freeview HD live stream decoding?


Pretty much. The tricky part with HD content is rendering the video, and the .TS sample files are practically the raw data as captured from the tuner card.

Of course, you still need to make sure you can actually receive DVB-T broadcasts in your area. Tongue out

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 155923 11-Aug-2008 15:29
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Thanks very much for the replies:-)

Actually I could play the captured TV3 .ts file (1080i I think) perfectly,  except no sound (audio codec isn't configured properly).

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  Reply # 157093 15-Aug-2008 02:29
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i got same problem,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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  Reply # 157099 15-Aug-2008 06:15
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What software are you using to play back the files? You need something like PowerDVD8 that supports H.264 + AAC audio.



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  Reply # 157111 15-Aug-2008 08:20
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Sound is playing well now...

All I use is DVBViewer + FinalCodec (Which has almost every single decoder you have seen:-P)

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