Re: WINDOWS MEDIA ENCODER
It does. But I have no way of controlling it as the software is not vista
"JW" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Is your HD Tuner card working normally for the OTA "HD" channels?
> "Adele Clingman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>I wish i understood you but i dont. But in any case i got it to work. The
>>video portion but not the sound. Keeps saying it need sndvol32.exe in the
>>mixer. Im using a very old ATI HD Tuner card, As Im dual booting with XP
>>Pro. Finally found sound drivers for my intergrated Asus motherboard.
>>Sound is working fine but not for this application.
>> "JW" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>I am saying that if you have a dual Analog/DVB-T tuner card and you are
>>>using it in MC for only its already encoded
>>>DVB-T(DigitlVideoBroadcast-Terestrial) broadcasts in Europe that this
>>>product will provide MC support for the Analog tuner on the card if the
>>>card does not have its own MPEG2 encoder chip for its analog tuner and
>>>video capture capability.
>>> If you are in the US where ATSC OTA digital broadcast are used insted of
>>> DVB-T I don't know of a tuner card for which this product will help you.
>>> You can download a free demo version of the sofware to try it, in fact
>>> the manufacturer recommends that this always be done befor purchasing.
>>> What Make and Model of tuner card do you have?
>>> "Adele Clingman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>>I dont understand what you have written. Are you saying there is
>>>>already an encoder in Vista?
>>>> "JW" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>>>> If you read the User manual at the manufactuters Website you will find
>>>>> that this product developed in Germany is apparently designed to
>>>>> support the analog tuner on hybrid (Analog*DVB-T) tuner cars which
>>>>> are very common in Europe. This is becasue the procuct reuires that
>>>>> the card whose analog tuner you are want to be MC support using a
>>>>> software encoder is already supported by MCE2005 or Vista.
>>>>> "Adele Clingman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>>>>>> Will this work in Vista Ultimate..??