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    Question MPEG4 Decoder for BBC Freeview HD

    The BBC are trialing the Freeview HD service in London (BBC HD1, Ch.31). I can get the audio but the video is MPEG4.

    I currently use the Cyberlink muxer but that's MPEG2. Does anyone know of an MPEG4 muxer I could use with GB-PVR?

    --awhb

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    The BBC are trialing the Freeview HD service in London (BBC HD1, Ch.31). I can get the audio but the video is MPEG4.
    If you're lucky, you might be able to scan and find these MPEG4 channels, and possibly watch them in live tv. I only know of one other user that has tried it, but he didnt have much luck - so dont get your hopes up too high.

    It uses the same media types as the Haali Media Splitter for H264, so should connect to quite a few H264 decoders... MainConcept H.264/AVC Decoder, ffdshow, CoreAVC, etc. It wont connect with the Cyberlink H.264 decoder.

    I currently use the Cyberlink muxer but that's MPEG2. Does anyone know of an MPEG4 muxer I could use with GB-PVR?
    Unfortunately it doesnt matter which mux filter you use - you wont be able to record. I'll still need to do quite a bit of work on that front to enable this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub
    Unfortunately it doesnt matter which mux filter you use - you wont be able to record. I'll still need to do quite a bit of work on that front to enable this.
    Time to start shooting some donations subs way me thinks.
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