I've finally had chance to sit down and delve into my problem. I'm happy to say all is now working well. I removed, Minitioune v0.6 and v0.7 from my laptop then used the FTDI CDM uninstaller utility to clean the FTDI drivers from the system. A clean re-install of the drivers and Minitioune v0.8s has resulted in everything working fine. Once again, many many thanks for all your work.
Regards and 73 Dave M5TXJ.
Thanks to all for an excellent system
I think the problem I had was down to my laptop and the particular USB port I was using. The port is a dual purpose USB/esata one, I now avoid using this port and since the reinstall all seems fine.
I am having difficulty finding the decod Mpeg2MPA.grf file with the v0.8s MiniTioune software package. I want to experiment with some other filters.
In older versions of MiniTioune software packages ( I believe such as v0.5a and v0.6d ?) the download packed file would contain DirectShow graph files such as:
My main question is "how do I find/locate the new decod Mpeg2MPA.grf file??
I have a "suspicion" that perhaps I must "create the decod Mpeg2MPA.grf file" ??:
1) I first enable the .ini file to [Directshow_Graph] setting to be SaveGRF=yes
2) Then I take the newly created Newdecod Mpeg2MPA.grf and rename it to decod Mpeg2MPA.grf and remove all the "connections" except the connection between the "universal source" filter and the "MPEG2 Demultiplexer" filter (using GraphStudioNext software)....and save it as a file named decod Mpeg2MPA.grf .
3) Now, I could then make "suggestion" modifications inside the new created decod Mpeg2MPA.grf file to create different Newdecod Mpeg2MPA.grf graphs, when MiniTioune is run again.
Can you help my confusion for finding the decod Mpeg2MPA.grf file??
Best regards...de Ken W6HHC
Can anyone help with the value of this resistor for the MiniTiouner V2 ?
- If you are using a MiniTiouner V1+extension or V2 ( BATC kit) with a NIM FTS4335 or FTS4334, you must add a resistor between the Ground and pin CN2-19.
Just dont want to put the wrong one on and blow it.
I don't thinks its too critical, but I used 10k, as shown in the photograph.
Thanks Steve G8XPZ
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