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find quote wileecoyote Senior Member Posts: 196 Joined: Jul 2010 Reputation: 6 Location: Cary, NC 2012-09-18 19:59 Post: #9 (2012-09-18 17:00)robl45 Wrote: I understand that, but the front dend does the Kodi Community Forum Support PVR & Live TV Support which software best for PVR? Anyone know a good PVR Software Program? Again, thanks guys. weblink

The software is not even the same version as it was then... I don't believe that GBPVR is too much of a gear head project for me, I just don't know where to even find the right information for my specific needs. mc2xml s actually intended for digitl only, if you read it through http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.php?p=346467#post346467 Says: "You can download 1.4.7 from http://www.gbpvr.com/GBPVR10407.msi VERY IMPORTANT. Yea I have too many channels showing up but all the ones I'm supposed to have are there......and the program guide is 100% accurate for the channels we are supposed to

Took me a day of reading the GBPVR Wiki pages but it all works fine....and it's all FREE so I certainly wouldn't complain or call it nasty names even if it http://www.kiva.org/about Quote 16th Mar 201019:08 #22 kookie2000 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateMay 2006 LocationUnited States Actually, If you read this through you would know that Acid has Sony Vegas on his server which I've been meaning to get for a while now.

but didn't bug me because I could reboot into WIN 7 and use the Media Center in it. Uverse is limited to 3 hd channels and the dishes in florida are useless when it rains. disappointment. New users and users upgrading from earlier releases with need to install this.

Does anyone know of a decent PVR software that actually works with an analogue dual tv tuner. What is the URL of the EPG grabber site that you use? Seeing as how many of you record, I figured I could get some good info here. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/187169-33-software Or where to get it cheap/free?

The install guide for GBPVR doesn't even match what my interface looks like and the same goes for Media Portal as well. Each and every issue is packed with punishing product reviews, insightful and innovative how-to stories and the illuminating technical articles that enthusiasts crave. This version of GB-PVR uses a newer Microsoft runtime that previous versions of GB-PVR, so you absolutely need to install the new http://www.gbpvr.com/vcredist_x86.zip. ATSC is in between.

POS!!! http://www.techhive.com/article/2962313/tv-tuner/how-to-replace-windows-media-center-s-dvr-features-in-windows-10.html My friend just bought one and he's trying to edit, but all he has is some bs from Microsoft. AcIdC0R3, May 31, 2011 #7 MattyLight ASTRO Private That's just what captures and records the video right? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

So to answer your question... have a peek at these guys It's designed to be a Windows XP MCE device. QAM is the hardest. Mulderator, Dec 5, 2005 #1 Sponsor Squashman Trusted Advisor Joined: Apr 4, 2003 Messages: 19,769 Not sure.

I have been using LinuxMint with XBMC-PVR and it has been good. THAT IS BS!!!... Is this accurate? http://zenproject8reviews.com/anyone-know/anyone-know-a-good-forum-on-radio-tech-support.html Analogue cable signal is NOT an option.

VLC... listed above. Pages (2): 1 2 Next » Thread Rating: 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average 1 2 3 4 5 Post Reply « Next Oldest | Next Newest» robl45 Fan Posts: 489

Get the answer kukitoJun 5, 2006, 11:10 PM Media Portal or GB-PVR.

I have been using it for a couple of weeks and I like it very much for watch-and-erase recording. Log in or Sign up ASTRO Gaming Forums Home Forums > Off-Topic > Anything Goes > What's a good software program to use with Haupage PVR? AcIdC0R3, May 31, 2011 #9 MattyLight ASTRO Private Yeah, editing software. Finally, I know this is way out of the realm of XBMC, but does anyone know if 2 hdhomeruns will integrate fine for 6 channel recording?

and some words are actually from users on the forum that there are no more free tvguide sites? The issue at hand is that my hardware was never released with software, just a disc with the drivers (that were a b!tch to install) and there is no support for Its a good setup and works well. this content As the_mouse mentioned earlier, you can use a web browser to set up all your recordings (Series or single recordings) and let it go.

MattyLight, May 31, 2011 #10 fr8cture ASTRO Private Nah you download the install files and then put it on a flashdrive or something and put it on his computer and install I have not tested this myself. Poor and Lazy work!!! I know that there are adapter cables (sold separately)...

For what it is worth, I'm currently using Windows 7's Media Center for time-shifting. but this DVDR Help website has rules about certain things ... So to answer your question... Any info would be awesome.

Repeat step 9 to update the channel guide. as apposed to TitanTV, Yahoo, IMDB, etc. - all valid URLs and I have been able to utilize them... I have checked this using a multitude of EPG grabbers with various PVR progs and... true...

That leaves payware and/or changing to a different OS for MythTV or Elgato EyeTV. (I don't think you are a Linux or OSX user.) I have never tried them and they