saa7162 chipset and software encoder under x64 OS

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    Well I'm trying to get the tv card working under windows 7 x64, it doesn't wortk in vista x64 too.
    After some research and try and error tests I manage to get the card working like a charm under windows 7 rc media center using the NXP Semiconductor driver (any Philips/nxp Saa7162 card will work fine using that driver).
    Now, under MP I have the following problem: I need a good software encoder taht work. Nor Intervideo, nor Mainconcept work.
    Any other sugeestion??
    Thanks.
     
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    After some search and found and tries, I found that ms provide a software encoder for media center with windows 7 (the main test system) so I guess... why I can use it under mp tv-server to get my card working like mce do?
     
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    maybe could be usefull to be able to select the encoder used for the tv-server??
     
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    No help with software encoded cards???
     
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