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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 55152 24-Dec-2009 22:53
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Hi guys,

You might wonder what someone from a completely different part of the world is doing here...
Well, I happened to create DVBE4SAGE plugin that allows people to use SageTV with their encrypted SAT providers using standard computer DVB-S(2) cards their legal subscription cards. And, it happens to work quite well with Sky NZ!
You can find more info on it in this thread on Sage forums.
If you want to give it a try, please, PM me, and I'll provide you with the latest version as well as installation instructions (BTW, those were written by your fellow NZ guySmile).

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  Reply # 291092 19-Jan-2010 09:14
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Hi mpogr,

I think you'll find few if any SageTV users in NZ. Speaking as a long time SageTV user, their support for Freeview and anything non-US-centric is horrible, so most people tend to use MediaPortal or GBPVR as they offer much better support and are significantly cheaper than SageTV.


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