Doing it though a VIVO card

Discussion in 'General Support' started by ofird, August 11, 2005.

  1. ofird

    ofird Guest

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    I finally got it set up, kudos to Media Portal for being the ONLY !! HTPC application where you can enable Live TV with a VIVO card.

    connected via any external tuner (TV or VCR) to the composite or S Video of the card and add the signal as a new channel.

    This would enable you to actually grasp any signal digital or analog to the application and record, pause...whatever you want.

    I am still testing it, its not a final call, but looks OK.

    Currently my video signal is pretty awful, do you know how can I improve it? drivers?
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  3. Vin047

    Vin047 New Member

    October 16, 2005
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    How did u do that? I also want to record Video via a VIVO connection (composite to be precise)
  4. ofird

    ofird Guest

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    I might have abeen a little too happy

    Since the video signal was so awful, I let it go before continuing to test it so much. You can give it a try if you like.
    Chris TV does a better job, but it seems that there is no escaping from MPEG-2 hardware decoder on the card after all.
    Please update with whatever you got.

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