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Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by dman_lfc, September 13, 2004.

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    No, only saves back to recorded folder.


     
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    This tips and tricks thread has recieved over 50000 views, I know the info saved my bacon last night, I really think it should be a sticky! Many thanks to the OP.
     
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    Do Digital TV files converted to mpg from DVR-MS using the built in MediaPortal conversion function STILL need to be run through ProjectX OR does the conversion function take care of that?
     
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    I found the same routine

    I found the same thing with the filters as you describe in your posted graphs. However, I find that this method does't seem to get around the copy protection on the dvr-ms files. When attempting to 'play' the file (TV record from HBO) I get an error message that says "The graph could not change state" "(Return Code:0xc00d0bc1)" Have you had any success converting an HBO/Showtime/etc. file.
     
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    found the same thing with the filters as you describe in your posted graphs. However, I find that this method does't seem to get around the copy protection on the dvr-ms files. When attempting to 'play' the file (TV record from HBO) I get an error message that says "The graph could not change state" "(Return Code:0xc00d0bc1)" Have you had any success converting an HBO/Showtime/etc. file.
     
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    tnp

    I have the very same issue as you have/had converting dvrms "protected" files to mpg's. Did you ever get an answer or have you filgured out a way to convert with or without Graphedit? I'm going to try to attach an jpg to this reply to show I get when using graphedit on a dvr-ms "protected" file. Which by the way I pay Direct TV to receive.

    Thanx for any light you can shed on the subject.
     
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