I would think it should show two tuners like my Hauppauge Because if it is, this is much cheaper than the OnAir tuner which had been the only integrated option. I was wondering if someone with this card could verify something. Each and every device manufacturer implements it there own way. It turns out that i was wrong about the digital cable signal here in the dorms, at least in my building.
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Not both at the same time. I would really like to get this working.
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Anyone else got it running? I ran a qam scan with their software and came up with nothing, i guess that it must be filtered in the dorms but not in the apartments. I dont know anything about how AverMedia do their QAM tuning, and dont have any contacts at the company to ask. For the ATSC side add this to your bda. Does the M really have a hardware encoder and does not require a seperate card with avermedix HW encoder?
Also if any one could give me a quick break down as to what i need to do for my box to play back the HDTV recordings, i have looked at the other info on the forums and just want to know if any of it will differ if i doing QAM vs OTA HD Thanks. In Device Manager, I show under Sound.
Thats the way I have it setup on my system, Just to confirm you are able to use both the analog and digital tuners seperatly? In setup, I have both devices as 1.
These are supposed to be dual tuners and can record two shows at once. Cheers – I’ll include the definitions in the master files. Hello everybody I am thinking of purchasing a M to pick up the unencrypted digital cable signals carried by my local cable company, mostly the locals are unencrypted. It’s actualy kinda funny my major is chemistry and I ended up working at a IT job my last year at school If there is any way i can help you just let me know: I was wondering if someone with this card could verify something.
I would think it should show two tuners like my Hauppauge Sub can you tell me why QAM wont work, i just reicved the card today and i am going to work with it. However, I will forward your concern on to our engineers.
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One time, I had it recording on both tuners at once but now cannot reproduce it. Also can any one provide any feedback as to how this card has performed for them and the quality of analog recordings that are produced.
Yes, I can view and record them separately. I am started to wish I had waited and bought the AverTV. Right now i am testing recording with all 3 tuners to see if i run into any problems but im not seeing any errors and all status info says that i’m recording on both of the tuners on the m Well i can confirm that my system will record on both digital and analog tuners at the same time, if i can help you try and figure out whats differnt between yours and my setups just let me know.
It turns out that i was wrong about the digital cable signal here in the dorms, at least in my building. If you did, but its still not showing, are you runnig on vista?
I’ll call them [AVerMedia M] in both these files, so you may want to afermedia yours for a smooth upgrade. If so I think your best bet would to be uninstall and reninstall gbpvr and possible the drivers for the M as well Also I am using an older version of gbpvr version 0.
AVerMedia M780-b AVerTV Combo PCIe Atsc/ntsc/qam TV Tuner Card
Each and every device manufacturer implements it there own way. I’ve just installed the AverMedia M, and have attempted twice to alter the bda. Because if it is, this is much cheaper than the OnAir tuner which had been the only integrated option.
I uninstall and reinstall both gbpvr 1. I just checked and it works on my system. I dont really have time to write you a detailed question for them, but basically you’re asking for information about how third party apps can submit QAM tuning requests with their M BDA drivers.