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palo1@sympatico.ca 03/20/2005
9:06 AM
Currently searching for a PVR recorder or hardware/software solution for recording and playing back HDTV. Naturally , I ma looking for 1080 x720 boh ways
My computer supplier mentioned that there is a video card by pinnacle that has the component inputs and the software but it is about 1500.oo
I am not that confident in it to make this purchase yet.
Any thoughts?


cdtv_admin@cdtv.ca
03/21/2005
8:09 PM
Take a look at:
www.wendy.seltzer.org/mythtv or www.eff.org/broadcastflag/cookbook if you are really interested in making your own. If not, the major BDUís have HDTV PVR offering available and a recent announcement from Mitsubishi of their HD-6000 unit opens up PVR possibilities for OTA HDTV as well. The HD PVR is becoming very popular.

bribuk@shaw.ca
03/21/2005
9:32 PM
I got my Bell ExpressVu 6000 receiver modified by the people at R5000. It allows the receiver to be hooked up to a pc via USB 2.0 and record the transport stream to your Hard Drive. High Def material comes in at about 9 gigs an hour so a large HD is required. Playback using TheatherTek is awesome. Can schedule recordings using Zap2it as well. Can split the file using HDTV2MPEG and archive on 2 DVD's. Works pretty well and they are having a sale right now.

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bribuk@shaw.ca
03/21/2005
11:23 PM
If you are interested, the website is http://www.nextcomwireless.com/r5000/home.htm

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