How to get timeshifting to work under windows 2000/2003

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Frodo, July 11, 2004.

  1. Frodo
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    Mediaportal uses the streambuffer engine from microsoft for recording and timeshifting live TV.
    Unfortunaly this engine only comes with Windows XP SP 1,
    meaning My TV wont work under windows 2000 / 2003.
    There is however a way to get it working

    1. find the following files on your (legal) Windows XP SP1

    sbe.dll
    sbeio.dll
    wmvcore2.dll

    2. copy them to your windows 2000/2003
    in c:\windows\system32

    3. regsrv32 the sbe.dll & wmvcore2.dll

    That should do the trick
    When you've done things correctly then timeshifting & my tv should work under win2000/2003

    Frodo


     
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  3. Anonymous

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    This seems to work nicely. Thanks a lot!! (guess I'll have to change my sig. again :)
     
  4. Anonymous

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    Hi FRODO ...

    1. Please explain "regsrv32 the sbe.dll & wmvcore2.dll" !!!

    I have the - sbe.dll
    sbeio.dll
    wmvcore2.dll - but don´t know what to do with.

    2. My TerraTecTV+ is working fine under W2K - I have also picture in MP an
    can record - but all without sound in MP! How can I fix this in MP.

    SYSTEM:

    W2K SP4
    256 Rambus
    P4 1400
    Latest drivers
    TerraTecTV+
    nvidia Geforce 4

    digital empire
     
  5. Anonymous

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    go to a command window, and simply type:
    regsrv32 sbe.dll
    regsrv32 wmvcore2.dll

    They should then be good to go.
     
  6. Anonymous

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    Not to be picky and all. Please use REGSVR32.

    REGSRV32 will not work.

    Frodo: thank you for pointing us in the right direction.
     
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  8. Anonymous

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    Just to make it clear, type this after copying the files and it will work :)

    REGSVR32 sbe.dll
    REGSVR32 wmvcore2.dll
     
  9. Anonymous

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    Sounds great.

    I searched the forum about this for about 4 hours yesterday. That should definitly be in the configuration wiki
     
  10. AllenConquest

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    I was thinking that too. Do you want to add it, or shall I ?
     
  11. Anonymous

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    I'm not very familar with wiki structure so I'd leave it to you
     
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