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DavoNogo
Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 06:54 PM


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The 9550 SE will be about the same performance as your Geforce 4... a 6600GT would smash it... mostly. Probably the next best card would be a 9800/Pro/XT (under $200 these days) or Radeon X1600XT, once the AGP version comes out.
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 06:50 PM


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What soundcard are you using? That happens on my Audigy but not on my Dolby Digital Live soundcard.. both running via S/PDIF.
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Posted on: Mar 8 2006, 06:45 PM


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Couldn't you use the remote?
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Posted on: Mar 6 2006, 09:08 AM


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Guess it would be helpful if you said you need to plug the audio cable into the user's soundcard or onboard sound solution wink.gif
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Posted on: Mar 4 2006, 12:09 AM


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What's wrong with InfraRed with a computer? Using the DNTV Live! Pro remote, the remote is very responsive, but not too responsive or unresponsive like other remotes. It has approximately 270 degrees viewing angle for me, which means I can point it virtually anywhere and it'll still work.

And sadly, bluetooth is not as widely available in PCs either...
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Mar 4 2006, 12:03 AM


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I got that error when I unplugged the TinyUSB2 then plugged it back in whilst DNTV Live! was running... restarted DNTV Live! and all was well... sorry, not really helpful, is it?

Some things you could try:

- try re-registering all of the filters located in the Program Files\DNTV Live!\Filters folder
- try a different version of DNTV Live! and/or drivers.
- format; works everytime smile.gif
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Mar 3 2006, 10:18 AM


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I get the sound dropouts too, but it happens on all channels... and it only happens when I use my Audigy...

My onboard sound doesn't have the problem at all, neither does one of my other soundcards.
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Mar 1 2006, 07:12 PM


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Unless you're using Reclock, I seriously doubt the refresh rate could affect it in that way. Reason being is that I've been running nearly all my CRTs at 85Hz without a single issue.

All, if you're getting constant stuttering problems, are you by any chance using any hardware monitoring programs? Things like Motherboard Monitor and any temp monitoring software that might come with your motherboard (such as nTune or Asus Probe) are usually the main culprits.
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Feb 26 2006, 09:44 AM


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Ten SD is 704x576, whereas the other SD channels (Nine, Seven, ABC and SBS) are 720x576. Ten HD is 1440x1088i and Nine HD is 1440x1080i or 1920x1088i, depending on where you live. Seven, ABC and SBS's 576p is 720x576 Progressive.

And no, I've never seen such a problem on my Widescreen TV.
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Feb 17 2006, 11:17 AM


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On the old DNTV Live! remote, you press the "Source" button for HD channels. The Fusion remote has a "HD" button that you press. For the DNTV Live! Pro remote, you press "Capture", the one with the camera icon. It's not documented in the manual just yet, but I'll be sure it gets added real soon smile.gif
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Posted on: Feb 17 2006, 11:10 AM


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If it's happening on all channels, the problem isn't changing pids... pid changes are quite rare on all but a few occasions, like Seven during special sports broadcasts or PRiME everytime they show a native HD broadcast. The problem seems to be occuring somewhere else, have you tried changing video decoders? Do you get audio whilst there's a black screen? What resolution does the OSD give you during this black? 720x480?
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Posted on: Feb 3 2006, 09:09 PM


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http://www.greatis.com/security/startuporder.htm
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Posted on: Feb 2 2006, 12:18 PM


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QUOTE (renura @ Feb 1 2006, 03:07 PM) *
Which particular aspect you consider need to be more stable?

Actually, come to think of it, DNTV Live! is more stable than ever (now that the recording problems have been fully fixed)
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Posted on: Feb 1 2006, 01:08 PM


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ohmy.gif what happened to the "we will work on the looks once we get everything else stable"?
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Posted on: Feb 1 2006, 01:01 PM


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What kind of information are we looking at here? Specific to each card or DTV in Australia (in general)?
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DavoNogo
Posted on: Jan 23 2006, 03:30 PM


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Composite cannot hold a widescreen resolution, so to speak.. the maximum resolution will be 768x576i. You can however set the source to pretend it's widescreen by adding black bars. If it's a DVD player, you need to set the TV type to the appropriate setting, as you would normally do on a 4:3 TV. It would also be better if you used S-Video instead of Composite.

Here's an example of widescreen over S-Video and Composite using a standard DVD player:

http://img44.imageshack.us/img44/6239/t29gl.gif
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Posted on: Jan 23 2006, 01:48 PM


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I've accidentally allowed another PCI card touch the tuner whilst it was in use and blue sparks came out... the card still works perfectly fine though
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Posted on: Jan 16 2006, 11:10 PM


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I noted that ever since they removed the keyboard/graphical interface when in Window mode. It's just something you'll have to get used to for the time being, to make sure you restore it to Window mode prior to closing DNTV Live!
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Posted on: Jan 11 2006, 11:18 PM


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QUOTE (spaus @ Jan 11 2006, 04:32 PM) *
hi

I have the same problem as above with a nvidia 6600gt card. As a previous post pointed out you can go to a media file right click on the file and identify where that type of file should play (which monitor) then when you open dntv on that monitor it also shows tv. Bit I have a problem where dntv live won't show me the channel menu in this mode? So now I just switch the primary display to what ever monitor I want to use at the time for dntv live through the nvidia control panel.

sp

Use the remote smile.gif
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Posted on: Jan 7 2006, 11:44 PM


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Isn't it supposed to step forward a frame when in DVD playback mode?
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Posted on: Jan 7 2006, 06:22 PM


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Do you have timeshifting enabled? If so, try disabling that. Failing that, try contacting support regarding "stuttering problems". Make sure you indicate clearly that you have the full-height card and not the LP or Pro.

Btw, what makes you think the Geforce 6800 NU supports Post Processing on the hardware level?
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Posted on: Jan 7 2006, 08:29 AM


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Some things to keep in mind..

* When making changes to the decoder settings, you must always close DNTV Live! for the change to take effect

* When making changes to the recording settings, you can just change the channel for the change to take effect

* HDTV Error Correction should only be used in worst case scenarios and is only for the .dvr-ms format.

* nVidia + PostProcessing is a software only implementation, unless you have the right, supported hardware

With all that in mind, does the video and audio stutter a lot, or is it just the audio that stutters? Is the recording still okay when you play it back? Have you tried doing a silent recording or scheduled recording to see if that helps? Have you tried WEBScheduler?
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Posted on: Jan 6 2006, 02:36 PM


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On some modern video cards, hardware deinterlacing only becomes available using VMR. You'll see this difference with supported codecs like nVidia's PureVideo using either supported ATi or nVidia hardware. Also subtitles are not supported with Overlay, though you might lose the ability to mirror the video to a second display with VMR.
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Posted on: Jan 5 2006, 11:37 PM


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QUOTE (Mcrackn @ Jan 5 2006, 09:45 PM) *
I know, I just wish I knew which ones did so I could test it sad.gif

Look for the Subtitles or Closed Caption logo at the beginning of each program.



The other logo says CC instead of the S.

There's a chance they don't have subtitles down in Tassie.
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Posted on: Jan 5 2006, 02:04 PM


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QUOTE (Bunny Boy @ Jan 5 2006, 12:18 PM) *
It's all sorted and working, thanks for your help

That's good to hear.
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