This thread is quite old. Please consider starting a new thread rather than reviving this one.
For years I have been using the Terratec Cinergy HTC Stick on Windows 7/8 computer and using DVBViewer Pro without issues, however moving to a new computer with Windows 10 I could not get the Cinergy HTC Stick drivers to work so I acquired the Hauppauge WinTV-soloHD.
Unfortunately the WinTV-soloHD / DVBViewer combination is giving me grief. Through the forum I learned that there was a Hauppauge service which I needed top stop running as it blocked DVBViewer from using the WinTV-soloHD, however having solved that I now find that the only a fraction of the TV channels available are found and no radio channels at all(list is included).
What to do?
I'm located in Denmark and using cable with Yousee as the cable provider. If I run the WinTV V10 software that came with WinTV-soloHD there is no problem accessing all the usual channels, same ones I also had with the Cinergy HTC/DVBViewer combination on my old computer. A list of those channels as they shown with the WinTV is attached. Needless to say, apart from finding all the channels WinTV is a program that is severely lacking.
I have USB device Hauppauge WinTV-soloHD and I use it for DVB-C.
I have been using DVBViewer Pro with the Recording service to watch some channels on a remote location, and it works perfectly.
Recently, I wanted to record a movie on some other channel and then I realized that the subtitles are not recorded. In fact, subtitles are not detected in DVBViewer (Subtitles menu option is grayed-out in the right-click menu), but in the recorded TS video MPC-HC shows all available subtitles (11 of them), but none of them are working. DVBViewer is also not showing EPG for this channel. Something else I have noticed. It is not important for me, but maybe it is important for the problem. There are main audio language and two more languages. DVBViewer correctly shows them in the menu, but only main audio reproduces sound. All of these issues are not present when I watch that channel on LG TV. It shows all subtitles, EPG works and all three audio languages are working.
On some other channel, I was able to see subtitles in DVBViewer and also in the recording.
Here is an example of recorded not-working channel: https://we.tl/t-mSq0GiZosD
Here is an example of recorded working channel: https://we.tl/t-VacaTglL1W
I have also attached support.zip.
By Jason Williams
I just got DVBViewer (mostly) working with my Hauppauge HD PVR2, but I can't figure out how to map the channels. I configured the virtual tuner as ATSC, and I can scan for channels, but each channel is showing up with the same video stream. I'm using the internal blaster, so I didn't populate the blaster .dll in the config.
I see there is an old app Haugppauge PVR Channel Map Tool, but that doesn't work for me. The tuners don't populate at the top and I can't do anything.
Can anyone provide guidance on this?
zuerst einmal: ich bin absoluter Neuling hier im Forum.. daher verzeiht bitte, wenn ich die hier üblichen Geflogenheiten noch nicht so kenne.
Nun zu meinem Problem:
ich habe jahrelang DVBViewer mit DVB-T genutzt..bis zur Abschaltung.
Inzwischen sind wir umgezogen und haben hier nun Kabel.
Mein PC; ein ASUS all-in-one ET2701INKI, hat eine eingebaute TV-Karte, die im DVBViewer als "AW-CA 100" angezeigt wird. Leider bekomme ich nicht heraus, welche Karte tatsächlich verbaut wurde.
Nun habe ich heute DVBView 6.1.0 installiert, unter Einstellungen -> Hardware die AW-CA 100 ausgewählt, Tunertyp Kabel, alle Sendergruppen aktiviert und einen Suchlauf mit der Option "Nach weiteren Frequenzen suchen" durchgeführt. Leider hat er keinen Sender gefunden.
An unserem Samsung TV hat er mehr als 360 Kanäle gefunden...
Kann mir jemand sagen, was ich falsch gemacht habe?