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  Reply # 162681 6-Sep-2008 20:57
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Not sure sorry, though i think some people are still using it? Only time will tell.



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  Reply # 163363 9-Sep-2008 19:47
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Ok not to do with minimum specs but seeing i've been posting here i will carry on....I got my DVB-t working sweet but my card should also pick up analouge channels which when i scan i can't pick up even 1... I've tried adding prime manually but when i try preview it. it comes up with something like "preview error (unknown error)"  I am sifting slowly through the forumns but if someone can point me in the right direction that would be cool.  my card is hauppauge 3000.

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  Reply # 163402 9-Sep-2008 23:11
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I'm assuming you are using mediaportal?

If so a couple of things spring to mind.

First you have to select Cable as your source (not aerial) when tuning.
Second I don't beleive Mediaportal works with analog cards that do not support hardware Mpeg2 encoding.




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  Reply # 163408 9-Sep-2008 23:30
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Mediaportal supports few cards without mpeg encoding as mentioned. HVR4000 and therefore i believe HVR3000 support is meant to be coming though.



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  Reply # 163430 10-Sep-2008 07:26
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OH ok...Thanks for your response....  I looked and you are correct this card does not have hardware encoding.... It will be good when/if support comes out....Then i can get prime too:)

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