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Ultimate Geek

Topic # 25278 17-Aug-2008 14:52
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Hi all.

I have successfully set up freeview HD using this application (that came with the HVR4000) however I have the same problem everyone has had when they set this application up: No audio on recordings with the HE-AAC audio codec.

Note that if I switch to the AC3 audio feed (available on TV1 and 3) I don't have a problem, but it would be nice if I could record AAC as well.

Does anyone have the patch available -it does not seem to be around anymore..

Here's the link to a NZ website that explains how to set up Powercinema correctly

and here's the link to the haupauge site that has the file I need to download -but the link is broken.

FYI I sent an email to their support team but have not yet heard back.


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  Reply # 157628 18-Aug-2008 08:10
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(I haven't tried it myself, my PowerCinema version has AAC)


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  Reply # 157695 18-Aug-2008 12:53
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(I haven't tried it myself, my PowerCinema version has AAC)

Thankyou!  I'll give it a try when I get home tonight.

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  Reply # 157844 18-Aug-2008 22:09
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Tim, just to let you know the patch worked perfectly.

really odd/annoying that Hauppauge seem to have broken or removed their own link to this file.


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