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rpalmer68
post Jun 11 2006, 11:30 AM
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OK the development thread is getting rather LONG, so I thought it best to start a new one for the doco.

@bear,

From my original doco I started I have the following list as the key features of DW2.
• Supports any BDA compatible DVB-T digital TV tuner.
• Tuners are automatically detected.
• Timeshifting; Pause, FastForward and Rewind live TV.
• Recording.
• Channel scanning.
• Nice and simple interface, just the one video window and all information comes up as an On Screen Display. No pesky right click menu.
• OSD items are configurable (font, colour, location on screen, size)
• Operational from the keyboard to make using a remote easy.
• Configurable key assignments.
• Single key channel selection. Channels are organised by network rather than having a great long list of duplicate channels.
• Fast channel changing.
• Choose which video and audio decoders get used for each media type with Decoder Testing to tell you if a decoder is installed when you try to select it.
• Volume control that doesn't tamper with the windows mixer.
• Always On Top option
• Disables Windows Screensaver
• Detection of Aspect Ratio, and the ability to override it.
• Zoom (For watching 4:3 material without the black border)
• Supports HD and AC3. Of course this depends on which video and audio decoders you choose and what their settings are.
• Supports multiple tuners, including timeshifting/recording multiple channels simultaneously
• Detailed logging to diagnose problems
• File Playback (using TSFileSource)
• Recording to multiple formats
• Command line arguments.
• Majority of Configuration done through OSD


Could you please add any new ones as this will then give me some guidance to the key areas to document, over and above the usual how to install and configuration stuff.

Also, if anybody else has specific things they would like covered in a DigitalWatch Manual, please let me know!

Cheers
Richard
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post Apr 17 2008, 02:58 AM
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QUOTE (rpalmer68 @ Jun 11 2006, 11:30 AM) *
Also, if anybody else has specific things they would like covered in a DigitalWatch Manual, please let me know!

Anything. Even a little bit of unfinished manual would be better than nothing.
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post Apr 17 2008, 06:08 PM
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