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# 38195 25-Jul-2009 11:10
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dont use windows media center download use this app

CyberLink PowerCinema

download here http://www.cyberlink.com/downloads/trials/powercinema/download_en_US.html

then after 30 day working trial go to on pc c drive in my computer programs files CyberLink TV Enhance then open

TVEnhance.exe and youll be able to watch tv for free without  haveing to buy the app

then to convert the videos download handbrake and open .ts file in there and choose screen size ect crop if needed don know crop numbers google and sownload this free app Avidemux 2.4 Qt4 load ts in there go to video then filters and go to crop movie the line at top wait till u see it move will take copple of sec then crop and put those numbers in handbrake then go to resize and change the aspect to 16:9 and keep other 1:1 and use the screen size it says it you want mutables of 16 click round to the nearist multible of 16 then ad that sceen size in handbrake then choose bitrates for audio and video use mp3 because useing aac will make video out of sync

after video is converted if you used xvid open Avidemux 2.4 Qt4 and cut video

if x264 use mkvmearge google it

thats all now you can convert h.264 freeview hd videos perfetly


btw the app CyberLink PowerCinema if you missed recording a show/ music video oh dam you can rewind the tv and click recoard and it will recoard for were you rewind to


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  # 238912 25-Jul-2009 15:58
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That's naughty...



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  # 239037 26-Jul-2009 11:51
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hellonearthisman: That's naughty...



y is it

 
 
 
 


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  # 239042 26-Jul-2009 12:22
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jamespoo:

TVEnhance.exe and youll be able to watch tv for free without  haveing to buy the app



Because of this. You are pirating the software. Supprised the admins have not deleted this post already.







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  # 239043 26-Jul-2009 12:24
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"after 30 day working trial go to on pc c drive in my computer programs files CyberLink TV Enhance then open"
Isn't that like defeating the protection or is TV enhance a free program?



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  # 239049 26-Jul-2009 12:41
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hellonearthisman: "after 30 day working trial go to on pc c drive in my computer programs files CyberLink TV Enhance then open"
Isn't that like defeating the protection or is TV enhance a free program?


could be i dont know

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  # 239346 27-Jul-2009 14:18
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so you managed to get it to convert the AAC audio correctly? (from anything but TV3)



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  # 239348 27-Jul-2009 14:22
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allstarnz: so you managed to get it to convert the AAC audio correctly? (from anything but TV3)


yes it convert everything aac or ac3 and the video together not sepret so audio is with video

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  # 239367 27-Jul-2009 15:34
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Every time ive given it a shot, I either get pure distortion if any audio at all. Or very slow running/bad quality video :( (even turning it into a .ts)

Perhaps my .trp is a different dump format.



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  # 240239 29-Jul-2009 18:10
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Oblivian: Every time ive given it a shot, I either get pure distortion if any audio at all. Or very slow running/bad quality video :( (even turning it into a .ts)

Perhaps my .trp is a different dump format.


should work fine

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