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Join Date: Sep 2004
Location: Cleveland/Akron/Canton, OH - TV market
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Follow the instructions above, and on the WatchHDTV page, about creating a "decoders.txt" file with the proper decoders for your system. (The WatchHDTV page even has a visual representation of how to find out what they are.)
As I've noted above, when you find out what the audio and video decoders are, you HAVE to spell them correctly, and use the EXACT spacing that you see in the graphedit screen that's shown on the WatchHDTV website.
I have a F5USB, and WatchHDTV wouldn't work for me until I found these decoders, created the decoders.txt file, and put it in the WatchHDTV directory. It seems that when first run, WatchHDTV expected the DVxA video decoder (accelerated video), which I am not running on my laptop since it doesn't have accelerated video.