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Topic # 25508 23-Aug-2008 19:16
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I got MA78GM-S2H and AMD 4600+, it was very laggy (discontinuous movement) when I watch all TVNZ channel with Dvbviewer. I am using Windows Vista and ATI Catalys Driver 8.8. it seems I only have this problem with TVNZ's channel. Tv3 and C4 is very clear and smooth.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 159221 23-Aug-2008 23:43
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Does the signal strength dvbviewer shows reflect the output of the channels? e.g tv3/c4 green, tvnz channels red.



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  Reply # 159286 24-Aug-2008 12:09
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Not really, I don't have this problem with mediaportal and bpvr. but I got green screen problem with mediaportal and gbpvr if i set to hardware acceleration.

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  Reply # 159306 24-Aug-2008 12:58
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Trying out a varity of h.264 supported codecs will help narrow down cause of problem. "HD Pack 1.7" has a good range of codec that'll work with DVBViewer.
http://www.dvbsupport.net/download/index.php?act=category&id=18



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  Reply # 159719 25-Aug-2008 21:39
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Thanks for your help, but it doesn't seems that there is any thing to do with codec, becase i could see there were a lot discontinues in the source filter which means i got these lagged signal originally.

I tried the codec you gived me anyway, it didn't change too much. Thank you again.

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