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Thread: Help with ATI TV WONDER HD750

  1. #11
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    From your filtercheck log, it does look like it is soft encode. Post your logs again after attemting to view live tv (from the menu or the tv guide).

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    Hi here's the log file thanks a bunch!
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    On the Settings->Decoders page, I'd try selecting an MPEG2 decoder other ffmpeg. I'd also set the audio renderer back to default.

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    As you're running Windows 7, the Microsoft DVD-DTV decoders should work for your video and audio needs.
    NPVR Tech Support Sticky - - http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.p...612#post473612
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    my config: NPVR 3.2.9/Win7Pro/Athlon II X3-440/radeon hd4550/hvr-2250/hvr-850/KWorld 315U/TimeWarner QAM & Analog, OTA ATSC/schedules direct

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    Thanks a lot! it's working!

    If you need something maybe spanish translations please PM me, thanks again it's working I'll start some further testings

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    making a translation file is pretty easy, and would be welcomed by nuestros amigos que hablan espaņol.

    Just start with c:\users\public\npvr\languages\Czech.xml, replace the Czech strings with Spanish strings, and name the file Spanish.xml or espaņol.xml as you see fit.
    NPVR Tech Support Sticky - - http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.p...612#post473612
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    my config: NPVR 3.2.9/Win7Pro/Athlon II X3-440/radeon hd4550/hvr-2250/hvr-850/KWorld 315U/TimeWarner QAM & Analog, OTA ATSC/schedules direct

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    also, when I was using soft-encoded analog, I found the default bitrate settings to be a bit low. you can increase the quality (and of course the recorded file size) by changing the settings in config.xml. here are the settings I use:
    Code:
      <Analog>
        <Bitrate>6000000</Bitrate>
        <BitratePeak>9000000</BitratePeak>
        <BitrateMode>VBR</BitrateMode>
        <FieldOrder>default</FieldOrder>
      </Analog>
    With those settings I really couldn't tell much difference between my digital and analog channels. (though I admit I didn't expirement with in-between settings like 4500000/7000000... my settings may well be overkill)
    Last edited by johnsonx42; 2012-08-21 at 03:47 AM.
    NPVR Tech Support Sticky - - http://forums.gbpvr.com/showthread.p...612#post473612
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    my config: NPVR 3.2.9/Win7Pro/Athlon II X3-440/radeon hd4550/hvr-2250/hvr-850/KWorld 315U/TimeWarner QAM & Analog, OTA ATSC/schedules direct

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    Hi everyone I finished the czech file translation, I'm only missing 1 thing, what is Man-Rec? I guess is something-recording?

    I'm attaching the spanish file, let me know what is next
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    Man-Rec means Manual Record. This is where you type in the start and end recording times instead of selecting an item from the EPG.

    Alex

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    ok I'm attaching th spanish xml file with that modification!

    let me know what I can do next
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