Originally Posted by ctdish
At least one switch that always causes the lost video is to switch from ABC to NBC which is probably a switch from a 720p to a 1080i video source.
Could you verify (with TSReader Lite, or other) that the problem is indeed 720p to 1080i? I have tried to reproduce this while switching channels (720p to 1080i), and have not been successful. Any other identifiable characteristics?
Originally Posted by ctdish
can't finnd any way to display the EPG info except for the current program that is overlayed on the video
, using the remote control, use the Up/Down/Left/Right arrows to browse EPG information for other channels. (Note that you may not have EPG information on those channels if you've never tuned to them.)
Originally Posted by jgenemans
I request that perspective be independant for each digital channel 16:9, 4:3, Pan-Scan, User.
Often each channel will broadcast different aspect ratios throughout the day. (For instance... 1920x1080 during Primetime, and 720x480 during the evening news.) I would like some feedback from other members here to see if this is a must have feature.
Originally Posted by emiburke
I am interested in the GT tuner, is Vista support available yet or forthcomin
We don't have Vista drivers, but you may be able to use the XP drivers with Vista. When significant numbers of people move to Vista, then I think we'll see full Vista support. I will add that you can install our Program using the 'compatibility' feature in Vista, and you should get the program to work properly.
Originally Posted by myHTPC
I haven't found a setting for audio sample rate and bitrate, are there such settings?
At this time, these settings/options are not available. I will inquire as to whether the hardware MPEG2 encoder in the Creator can actually support these. (There may be a hardware limitation that prevents this from happening.)
Mac The Knife
Originally Posted by Mac The Knife
So if there was a volume trim for each TV channel I could get fairly close to a steady volume level when channel surfing
While I pass this suggestion on to the software developers, you may want to talk to the chief engineer at your local station and let them know your experience. If it truly is 10dB as you say, that sounds (no pun) unnacceptable.
Originally Posted by HiDefDon
Can OnAir GT produce 19.4Mbps constant bit rate raw transport steam data files
It is difficult to find a full 19.4Mbps transport stream, as many broadcasters and cable companies will divide up the bandwidth for subchannels.
- If you want to record all subchannels of a particular physical channel, turn on the option that we added to our newer software revisions.
- If you already have a channel, where all Audio/Video is being passed into a single 'subchannel', then just hit the Record button.
As John (ctdish) pointed out, your cards with hardware decoders should be able to handle streams, even if they are less than 19.4Mbps.Hint
: You can go into the Options >> Remote Control tab, and set one of the function keys (F1, F2, F3... etc) to "Stream Information (Bitrate/SNR)". Then once you are tuned to a channel ATSC antenna, or Digital Cable (QAM)... you can see what bitrate the stream is in.
- Ryan Pertusio
AutumnWave Technical Support
OnAir Solution North America