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Topic # 23489 30-Jun-2008 20:44
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I am getting my updated (to FreeviewHD) HTPC finally operating at near-full capacity. I am now in the process of getting it fine-tunely tweaked. Has anyone got Comskip to automatically work with H.264 HD *.ts files? Is it possible? Did a search on Mediaportal's "Calling All New Zealanders" thread but was not going through 157 pages. 

I had it functioning perfectly with the analogue 150MCE cards in my old setup. Are there any secrets over & above the usual requirements for ComSkip -see below for config? Cheers.  




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  Reply # 141672 30-Jun-2008 20:50
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Last I read Erik (who wrote Comskip) was still working on it.



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  Reply # 141696 30-Jun-2008 21:38
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Cheers. I tried activating it in both MP & TVServer configs & it messed up my record schedules. Have deactivated it.




Silverstone LC14 HTPC Case/Intel E4600 CPU/GA-EP35-DS3 MOBO/Asus EN9500GT graphics/2GB RAM/total 2TB HDD space/HVR-2200 & 2X 150MCE tuner cards/LG GGC-H20L BD Drive/MCE2005/Mediaportal/TVServer 1.1.0Final/LG 55"3D LED-TV/Denon AVR-1803 receiver/X1 projector

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