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The following may be a very good introduction / manual for Hong Kong users who are interested in using DVBViewer with their DMB-TH DigitalTV USB Receiver:

 

In case you do not understand Chinese, I have translated the topic into English below, if you have found out any translation errors or have better translation suggestions, please feel free to correct me.

 

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If you want DVBViewer to be displayed in Chinese language, you will need this:

Chinese (Traditional)
:
*NEW*
3.9.3.41b

 

Chinese (Simplified)
:
*NEW*
3.9.3.41b

Unzip the file to C:\Program Files\DVBViewer\Language and then change the language settings in DVBViewer

[HKEPC Original] DVBViewer tutorial+collections of tips (Chinese EPG, PIP, Record 4 Channels at the same time, Scheduled Recording, Chinese Interface, Enhancements/Tips) [updated: 2008-4-27] Latest version: 3.9.3.45beta

 

When reproducing the content, please specify the original content comes from HKEPC.com

http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=954196

 

Special thanks to all HKEPC forum friends for their research and information, please feel free to contribute further information. :wacko:;)

 

English translation + Chinese Interface download (Official Chinese Interface has been added to DVBViewer since 3.9.3.26 beta):

http://www.DVBViewer.info/forum/index.php?showtopic=25717

(translated by HKEPC forum member ngsickno #39)

 

 

Advantages of DVBViewer

DVBViewer is better than TotalMedia in many ways. Unlike TM, when using DVBViewer, you will never encounter system hang up issue even when hardware acceleration is turned on. Also, you will not encounter the channel switching problem when ATV (Asia Television) broadcast changes from SD to HD broadcast 8pm every night. Not only that, DVBViewer allows you to choose your own favorite decoder :mellow: (e.g. CyberLink, CoreAVC, ffdshow, AC3Filter, etc.) Even better, DVBViewer provides a lot of features that TM simply cannot match, including custom plugins to further enhance the already rich feature set DVBViewer has already provided. Their official website has also a forum to allow you to post your comments and suggestions on how to improve DVBViewer! It is really worth spending HK$151 to buy the software. :mellow:

 

The posts #1 - #8 below

Will teach you from how to buy, install, setup, record, pip, record 4 channels at the same time, perform editing, adding plugins to enhancements/techniques :boxing:

 

For example:

How to automatically view TVB channels' subtitles when you start up DVBViewer / immediately after switching channels

Viewing 16:9 programmes in full screen with 4:3 or 5:4 monitors

Viewing windowbox programmes in full screen with 16:9 or 16:10 monitors etc

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PURCHASING

You can go to http://www.DVBViewer.com/enb/index.php?page=order to purchase DVBViewer online

 

If you want to pay by Paypal, you are suggested to click on the $ sign, so that you can buy it for US$19, this is cheaper in compared to paying by Euro.

If you do not have a Paypal a/c, you can register an account and then pay afterwards, it is very easy to pay.

Remember do not fill in fake contact details, or beware of not getting your copy of software

 

After confirmation, an e-mail containing your license will be sent to your Paypal e-mail.

After that you can go to DVBViewer's members area (URL included in e-mail) to download DVBViewer related software including beta, plugins, filters, tools etc

 

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INSTALLATION

First, download the program from DVBViewer's member's area and double click the program to install

 

When installing, you should see the following screen, type in the license details that is specified in the DVBViewer e-mail

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You are suggested to choose "For all Users" in the following screen

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After installation, you can start DVBViewer straight away

 

 

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BASIC SETTINGS + SWITCHING BETWEEN CHANNELS

 

When you open DVBViewer for the first time, you will get a blank screen

You have to go to "Settings" > "Options" to setup the hardware

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Go to "hardware" tab and select your DVB device as indicated in the image below

I use Mygica D268 USB stick, and the device name is shown as "Digital TV"

Make sure you set "Digital TV" as "preferred" device and "terrestrial" type as well

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Be patient and do not try to search for channels just yet, because you have to set the decoder first

Go to the "DirectX" tab, configure the "renderer" and "decoder" as in the image below

If you are using XP, you are suggested to use "VM9 Renderer", if you are using Vista, you should choose "Vista EVR"

If your display card supports hardware acceleration, you can use CyberLink decoder

In the image below, the option "Use DVBSource for MPEG files" can give a more stable video view and you are recommended to select it

And the option "VMR Options" is for hardware acceleration display ratio problems e.g. cannot detect 16:9, select it if required

 

My XP settings is a follows:

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Vista settings:

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Now you can perform the channel scan:

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Alternatively, you can also import Channel List

HKEPC Post #7 has my Chinese Channel List: http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=...e=1#pid15284287

(The channel list is for receiving signals from the Tsz Wan Shan station, may not be suitable for everyone, but you are advised to give it a try)

 

Import Method

First go to Channel > Channel Editor

Then click the import / export buttons located on the bottom left

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After the scanning is complete, you should be able to see the Channel List :wacko:

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To setup display ratio, you can choose 16:9 / "auto + autosize" (as in the image below)

If you want to zoom, you can right click the screen > View > Zoom xx%

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INTERFACE

 

Default Interface

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A: Show the status bar

B: Full Screen

C: Hide Tool, Status Bar and Menu

D: Open Teletext window (currently useless for HK DMB-TH)

E: Open EPG Window (EPG)

F,G: Change Channel

H,J: Change station

K,L: Volume

M: Open Channel List

N: Setup display colour, audio balance

P: Start Recording Statistics Window

Q: Start/Stop Recording

 

Status Bar

R: Display Channel Name

S: Click one time to switch to programme time count down mode (blue bar), how many % have been played (blue bar), signal strength(green bar; red bar means weak)

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T: Current Sound, AC2.0, some TVB programmes 2nd audio channel is AC5.1

U: Screen Ratio

V: Resolution and Frames Per Second

W: Sound Bitrate

X: Channel Bitrate (HD Jade is using 14.8Mbit)

 

CHINESE LANGUAGE INTERFACE DOWNLOAD :wacko:

http://www.DVBViewer.info/forum/index.php?showtopic=25717

(By HKEPC Member ngsickno Translation #39)

 

Those who want Chinese interface can now get it ;)

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RECORDING

 

Before recording, you need to first go to "Options" in the "Recorder" tab

First setup a target recording folder

The Output Format should be set to "TS"

Format options should tick "DVB Subtitles" and "all audiotracks", so that after recording, TS files can have all the audio similar to NICAM in analog TV

Below has a "Use smart buffer" option, you can set it to a larger value, so that the recordings will always be smooth without choppy video

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Now for the "Recordings" tab, you can setup the file name here

You are recommended to delete %event to avoid recording problems due to EPG encoding issue

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Screenshot

Note: This is only supported under 3.9.3.25 beta or later version

Go to the "General" tab

De-select "Use EPG for screenshot filename" as indicated in the image below, to prevent saving issue due to encoding issue

Then select the screenshot type

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You can also setup image capture shortcut, and the method is as below

screenshot captured is also placed under the recording target folder

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SUBTITLES

Now for the "subtitles" tab, tick "Enable if Available"

Change the Language to "Chinese"

Set the Delay to "200" then restart DVBViewer and the subtitles timing should now be correct

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To start subtitle

Right click the screen > Subtitles > DVB: ###### (CHI or CON=chinese, ENG= English)

 

Subtitle and OSD may have incorrect display ratio and showed up strangely

The following method works only under 3.9.3.45beta or above

 

To modify subtitles ratio, you can go to Options > OSD Appearance

Set Left and Right to 90 in Overscan adjustment located on the top left corner

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after that subtitle ratio should be correct

 

ATV - MPEG2 channel subtitles normal situation:

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TVB - MPEG2 channel subtitles normal situation:

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TVB - H.264 channel subtitles normal situation:

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EPG

Note: Only 3.9.3.15 beta or later version supports Chinese EPG

First, go to "EPG" tab, then setup EPG as in the below image, finally change the timezone to GMT+8

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After restarting DVBViewer, EPG should be displayed correctly

When switching channels, you can see the EPG information of the current and next programme

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You can also open "EPG Window" to view the EPG information

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PIP + RECORD 4 CHANNELS AT THE SAME TIME

 

PIP: Multiple channel recordings is only possible for the following same CH combinations:

CH22: TVB Jade, TVB Pearl, aTV Home, aTV World

CH35: TVB HD Jade, TVB J2, TVB Interactive

CH37: aTV News & Business, aTV His TV, aTV Her TV, aTV Plus TV, aTV HDTV, CCTV4

 

PIP Example

First change to "TVB Jade", Right click the screen > View > Preview

Then use "Channel List" to change to "TVB Pearl"

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The method for recording 4 channels at the same time is similar, all you need to do is to switch to another channel when you are recording a channel

You can also use "View Record Plugin (to be introduced in this tutorial later)

 

Please note that we need to de-select "stop stream while tuning"

or else when you switch to another channel, the signal will be stopped and recordings will be corrupted

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To view the details during recording, go to the "Recordings and Device Statistics" window

All recordings are in TS format and no problems at all ;)

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RESOLVE SCREEN DISPLAY PROBLEM AFTER SWITCHING CHANNELS

If you have encountered display problem after switching between channels

You can try to press "View" > "Rebuild Graph"

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SCHEDULED RECORDING

 

Install Recording service

The service is able to start the computer from Standby or Hibernate without taskscheduler, in fact you MUST disable the Taskscheduler in the DVBViewer. The computer will be started 3 minutes before the time to let the devices initialize properly.

 

See Official Forum for more information

http://www.DVBViewer.info/forum/index.php?showtopic=18273

http://www.DVBViewer.info/forum/index.php?showtopic=19629

 

Download (login)

http://www.DVBViewer.com/members/

 

Original description from #89 of this post written by HKEPC Forum Member edmondcck:

 

There are two methods...

Under "Main Application" there is a DVB Task Scheduler that can allow automatic starting of DVBViewer on a specified time... What the program does is just create a job in Windows scheduler ... so that DVBViewer is automatically started 3 minutes before the scheduled recording time...

 

The second method is what hklam has suggested, that is the Recording service.... this one you do not even need to have DVBViewer turned on...

This tool has also got a web interface to allow you to set the schedules....<-- This is actually a simplified version of the Webserver Control, without the streaming function....

but there is a catch, that is Chinese programme name will show scrambled symbols instead of Chinese characters, the full feature Webserver Control on the other hand, do not have this issue...

 

I myself use the Recording service....it is more convenient, just install the service, and let it run automatically and that's it...

 

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PLAYING

The recorded TS files can be played with MPC, KMPlayer, Windows Media Player

If you want to see the subtitles or 2nd audio channel as well, you can use DVBViewer to play the file

Simply press DVBViewer > Open Video

 

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VIDEO CUTTING TOOL TSPlayer

TSPlayer can cut MPEG2 / H.264 TS files and also keep the subtitles and audio channels

 

You can download TSPlayer from the members area of DVBViewer and place it under

C:\Program Files\DVBViewer\Plugins

 

Click on the green "icon set start point" and "end point"

Then click on the red icon export

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MPEG2 format can also preserve subtitles and multiple audio tracks

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You can also set the "decoder" and "Output Settings" in the Options Screen of TSPlayer

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NetStream - NETWORK TV STREAMING

This is a quote of the topic written in DVBViewer forum by Lars_MQ:

This is (home)network streaming. It streams the channel your are watching into your home network and you can use vlc, mpc or the DVBViewer to view it on a network client computer. You could use it also on the same PC.

In most cases the datarate is way too high for streaming into the internet.

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Member Tips #1

Below is the information from HKEPC member frankiepoon

Ref #8: http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=...e=1#pid15022672

 

It is very simple:

Make sure you install "netstreaming plugin" when installing DVBViewer:

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Then activate NetStream by going to Plugin > Netstream > active

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And the choose "configure", type in your ip; I am using a router, so mines is 192.x.x.x

After that, type in port/use the default port; if you are using router, make sure it is the port of your router~

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Then choose Subtitle and Audio in the following screen

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Next, start VLC Player and open your URL as below

File > Open File > Network > http

123.x.x.x:2345 (IP:Port no.)

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Finally, click ok and you are done. The quality is the same as the broadcast quality~

 

If you have a lot of bandwidth, you can increase the number of users in "max. Users" :mellow:

P.S. You can also select the audio track and subtitles too :wacko:

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Member Tips #2

Below is the information from HKEPC member FOWLER NEVER BEATEN

Ref #8: http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=959100

 

I always work at night and do not want to miss any TV programmes, so I will stream tv broadcasts for viewing at work place, below is what I do to to perform the streaming

(Because of VLC codec problems, My methods only stream 4 old digitized anolog channels + J2 channel + TVB Interactive Channel)

 

First, let me talk about my DEVICE

PC: e2160, 2G ram, Mygica USB

Software: DVBViewer, VLC

 

There are two methods

 

Method 1

1. Start DVBViewer > plugin > Netstream >

"TICK" active , then > Configure

 

This page allows you to choose which IP and port # you want to allow Steaming,

IP is your LAN CARD IP

I have a ROUTER, so I use an internal IP

for PORT #, I use 1234

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2. Open VLC on the PC that you want to view the video stream

File > Open Network Stream

Enter your DVBViewer Machine's IP and port # to HTTP URL

 

Because I use another machine to view

So I only need to set the internet IP address of my DVBViewer server,

If you want to stream to Internet users, the other party's VLC has to input your REAL IP

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This method is the simplest and was discussed before in ezone

However if you want to stream to the Internet, and you have limited UPLOAD bandwidth, you will get into trouble

The reason is because the 4 old digitized analog channels alone has 4-5Mbps each

 

If your broadband is not fast enough, then what can you do?

The answer is to use Method 2

 

Method 1 discussed how you can use DVBViewer + VLC to view the stream

But the bandwidth of your broadband connection has to be 4-5Mbps, and not everyone have such huge bandwidth

 

Now method 2 should be able to solve your problem

 

1. Same as step 1, first configure DVBViewer NetStream Setting

2. I use the same machine to open VLC, so the method is the same as step 2 in Method 1, go to DVBViewer, setup IP and port number

3. In Advanced Options, choose "Stream/save" > "Setting"

4. Go to stream output page

"Http" type in your streaming PORT, because DVBViewer has already used 1234, so here I use 2345 instead

"Transcoding options" - this part helps you compress DVBViewer stream into another format, and then stream to the Internet for VLC viewing

 

Below is to compress video to 1024kbps mp4 and audio to 192kbps mpga

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1024+192 = 1296Kbps = 152KBps

 

This way, you save a lot of upload bandwidth

 

So the above are the two streaming methods I use

I am not good in writing, so please correct me if I am wrong

If you have better methods, please post here!

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USING DVBViewer BETA

 

You can download the latest DVBViewer Beta from the members area

Currently, the latest beta is 3.9.3.45

This beta has added Chinese Languages (Simplified and Traditional) support and also fixed Chinese EPG and Subtitle issues

For more details, visit: http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=951998

 

To use the beta

First install 3.9.2.0 (The release version)

After that, make a copy of your DVBViewer located in C:\Program Files\DVBViewer

Now, extract the 3.9.3.45beta files to the new folder

This way, you will not destroy the release version 3.9.2.0

 

You can also create shortcuts for faster executing DVBViewer Beta

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Before you start the Beta version,you should first backup the Data folder

Method: "Start Menu" > "Programs" > "DVBViewer" > "Data folder"

XP Actual Location: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\CMUV\DVBViewer

Vista Actual Location: C:\ProgramData\CMUV\DVBViewer

 

 

ENHANCEMENTS / TECHNIQUES

 

In this session, I will introduce modifications to setup.xml to enhance your subtitle viewing efficiency

For modification, you can go to Start Menu > Programs > DVBViewer > Data Folder

That is, for XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\CMUV\DVBViewer

for Vista: C:\ProgramData\CMUV\DVBViewer

Then open setup.xml with Notepad

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AUTOMATIC LOADING OF SUBTITLES WHEN OPENING DVBViewer/SWITCHING CHANNELS

 

You may found that when you start DVBViewer or after switching channels, DVBViewer will no longer load TVB subtitles

Everytime you need to right click the screen > subtitles >DVB:CON

But you may also found that aTV channels has no such problems

For this issue, you can open setup.xml with Notepad (For safety reason, you should backup before editing)

Find <section name="Subtitles">

Then change Language2 to con (as in the image)

Language1 keep using chi

 

After that, TVB and aTV subtitles should be displayed automatically by DVBViewer :wacko:

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Viewing 16:9 programmes in full screen with 4:3 or 5:4 monitors

 

When viewing 16:9 programmes in full screen with a 4:3 or 5:4 monitor

You may found out that both top and bottom of the screen contains a black box area (letterbox)

HKEPC forum member Polynomials suggested in post #63 on how to solve the problem

Ref: http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=...e=7#pid15304644

 

First, we change to full screen, then right click > "zoom..." (note the "..." after zoom)

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After that, we can click "Pan & Scan" or "Recall#" to zoom

I suggest you use Recall# to zoom, because this can be reverted back to normal easily

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After pressing Recall#3, you should be able to zoom to a level where letterbox disappear

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Viewing windowbox programmes in full screen with 16:9 or 16:10 monitors

Similar to the "zoom..." method above, you can also view windowbox programmes in full screen with 16:9 or 16:10 monitors

The following programme used windowbox:

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After pressing Recall #3:

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PLUGINS

You can download lots of plugins from the member's area to enhance DVBViewer's functionality

After installing a plugin, you can start it from "Plugins" > Select ###### (The more you install, the more it is listed in the Plugins menu)

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VIDEO RECORDER - SIMPLE MULTI-CHANNELS RECORDING

The Video Recorder Plugin allows you to record multiple channels that is in the same CH22/35/37

By using this plugin, you do not even need to manually change between channels, and you have the option to choose which audio track you want to record

 

First select the target folder, then select which channel and audio track you want

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You can also choose the file name, mpg format, and you can also set action and time

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AUDIO RECORDER

 

You can choose from different formats of audio

For example MP3, OGG etc

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MP3 settings:

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OGG settings:

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VIDEO POST PROCESSOR PLUGIN

The Post Processor Plugin inserts a new entry "Video Post Processor" in the DVBViewer's Plugins Menu, allowing you to select a post processor like ffdshow, NVidia etc. for video playback, provided it is installed in your system, or "None" (default), if you don't want to use a post processor.

A new post processor setting triggers "Rebuild Graph" in DVBViewer. Each time when the chain of playback components (the filter graph) is rebuilt, the plugin tries to insert the selected post processor between the video decoder and video renderer.

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OTHER TUTORIALS, COMING SOON

WE WELCOME YOUR COMMENTS AND TIPS SUGGESTIONS AND PROPOSALS

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Good post, unfortunately the links to images not working.

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Good post, unfortunately the links to images not working.

 

fixed! Thank you for upgrading my account Lars_MQ. :wacko:

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but this forum has attachment space limits

I upgraded your account, you should have enough space now. :wacko:

 

I also pinned the thread.

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I have updated the original Chinese version of tutorial to meet the version 3.9.3.25 or 3.9.3.26.

e.g. the topic of screenshot, pan & scan function

http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=954196

 

If you have found out any information is wrong or misleading, please feel free to correct me.

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I have updated the original Chinese version of tutorial to meet the version 3.9.3.25 or 3.9.3.26.

e.g. the topic of screenshot, pan & scan function

http://forum.hkepc.com/viewthread.php?tid=954196

 

If you have found out any information is wrong or misleading, please feel free to correct me.

 

Updated, please let me know if there is anything I have missed, thank you!

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A correction:

NetStream - INTERNET TV STREAMING

This is (home)network streaming. It streams the channel your are watching into your home network and you can use vlc, mpc or the DVBViewer to view it on a network client computer. You could use it also on the same PC.

 

In most cases the datarate is way too high for streaming into the internet.

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A correction:

 

This is (home)network streaming. It streams the channel your are watching into your home network and you can use vlc, mpc or the DVBViewer to view it on a network client computer. You could use it also on the same PC.

 

In most cases the datarate is way too high for streaming into the internet.

 

Thanks for pointing out :unsure:

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Updated

 

Please note that changes have been made to "#3 NetStream"

Also, I have added Chinese (Traditional).lng to the first post :unsure:

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Hi,

 

The language file is not posted to forum 18 because I think that some more parts can be further translated from English to Chinese. I have just updated the file today and I have marked this new version as Alpha 2 and it is available at the first post. :)

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Hi,

 

The language file is not posted to forum 18 because I think that some more parts can be further translated from English to Chinese. I have just updated the file today and I have marked this new version as Alpha 2 and it is available at the first post. :bounce:

 

Good quality of translation ! :)

However, I think some words can be corrected base on the Chinese Windows format.

插入件(P) should be 外掛程式(P)

檢視(V)>總在最上層(A) should be 顯示在最上層(A)

設定(S)>顯視(D) should be 顯示(D)

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Good quality of translation ! :)

However, I think some words can be corrected base on the Chinese Windows format.

插入件(P) should be 外掛程式(P)

檢視(V)>總在最上層(A) should be 顯示在最上層(A)

設定(S)>顯視(D) should be 顯示(D)

 

Updated, thanks! :bounce:

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sickno

Added the Chinese (Simplified) Language file download link (thanks to Gary Lam) ;)

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JBT

I'm using Mygica U6888 Y TV Stick on Gigabyte MA78GPM-DS2H main board, Athlon 64 X2 6000+, 4GB RAM, Vista Ultimate + SP1. I'm using the latest ATI v8.7 Display Driver.

 

With the hardware driver & Total Media 3.5 installed, I can scan & view all 13 digital TV channels in my area. Total Media freezes the screeen once in a while. I have to shutdown the application and start it again to resume it to operation.

 

I uninstall Total Media, installed PowerDVD & updated to v8.0.1830.50, kLite Mega Codec Pack 4.1, Windows6.0-KB951685-x86.msi and finally DVBViewer v3.9.4. I followed the tutorial on setting the Options regarding Hardware and DirectX. All the options including Video Renderer, Audio Renderer, MPEG2 Video Decoder, H.264 Video Decoder, MPEG Audio Decoder, AC3 Audio Decoder are set as described.

 

However, I can't locate the "View"-->"Filters" menu item within the DVBViewer program.

 

Then I skipped to the Channel scan function under which all the 13 digital TV channels are found. When I opened the Channel List and tried to view a channel, the message "Cannot load Source Filter, error: 0x80040154 (class not registered)" was displayed on the main DVBViewer window. No video can be viewed. Selecting any of the scanned channels, as well as shutting down the program and starting it again, resulted in the same error message displayed.

 

I have no clue on what caused this error message and no idea on what & how to deal with it. Can anyone help me?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Menkatek

I'm in HK and thinking of buying the DVBViewer program to work with my AVer A855 USB tuner. But I'd like to keep using the tiny remote that comes with the package. Would it still work with DVBViewer?

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ter9999

Chinese users can join QQ live discussions by group number: 13042853.

 

We track latest updates and issues discussions wrt DVBViewer and the plugins, etc. We only accept legitimate DVBViewer users.

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ter9999

如果你是正版DVBViewer用户,欢迎加入下面的

 

“正版DVBViewer交流群”:13042853

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jazza

i have a idea about make it in Indonesian Lang....

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