Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by infinite.loop, September 3, 2009.
Did you say SDK documentation? Here you go... http://www.obcnet.nl/private/anysee SDK_0-9-6.zip
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I already have that -
It does not have a wrapped DLL we can use with c#.
It does not have clear documentation on how to descramble.
Apart from listing methods without examples - it's pretty useless unless you do trial & error.
Of which I cannot due to lack of subscription support.
Why, for what reason do you stay far, far away from them?
Here's where i finnaly found out, even though i thought it was allrigt first off. https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...-terratec-cinergy-s2-pci-hd-67024/#post497462
Is Hauppauge ok then? Or Twinhan? ...despite the need for two slots regarding CI, i've got a HUGE case
If you can put up with two slots per card then Twinhan & TechnoTrend & KNC1 cards are ok.
Hauppauge also works but you can only use 1x WinTV-CI device via USB.
Check for CAM compatibility before ordering.
And even if your CAM is able to decode more than one channel at the time, the WinTv-CI is NOT able to do that!
My suggestion is to not to buy it. It is slow, can only decode one channel, and at least the rev i have here is very unstable.
I refused to spend a lot of money for a floppydtv/firedtv in the past and thats why i bought the cheaper ones.
With which i had a lot "fun".
CI took more than 20 seconds to init, drivers were extremely buggy, drivers got worse with each new release, card did not work properly after resume from s3/s4, 2 cards suddenly "died" and vanished from Devicemanager, support..... does not exist, the list is long.
I do not know if their products and support are better now, but you might know how it is when you only had bad experiences with a brand in the past.
you wont buy it again.
Do you have any suggestion for what to buy? Im scanning market and forums for a working replacement for dual floppy dvb-c solution. (Sweden Comhem) I also noticed that for CI on some cards uses a slot, so no buy there for me.
Since the CineView CI module is now supported in MediaPortal, I think the KNC ONE products are pretty decent?
Would you say Digital Everywhere FloppyDTV would be a bad deal to buy now that they're out of business? How is their compatibility with Win7? Or is there another DVB-S2 card you could recommend?
i have 1 floppydtv-s, 1x floppydtv-s2 and one firedtv-s2 running on my server PC which uses W7 64bit rtm.
no problems with these cards using the latest beta driver from the DE website.
and i am _not_ using the legacy Firewire driver btw.
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