-ULtram with display
Before I buy PIPO......Has anyone used PIPO with Digilite/USB PVR?
Can't find any reference to anyone doing this
Surely someones done it
Is there something basic that prevents this from being an option?
The PVR2USB 29xxx installs and appears to be there, but I can't get any video from it. VLC accepts it as a device, but doesn't show anything. I can build a graph with GraphStudio and the graph starts the first time, but if you stop the graph, it won't restart. The PVR2USB settings are lost after rebooting.
GBPVR installs OK, but when trying to set up the PVR2USB, it keeps complaining that something you just set up needs setting up again.
The HVR-1900 seems to work OK. I can run a graph and DigiLite Transmit appears to run correctly and the DigiLite board flashes correctly and I get video in the graph. Settings are retained during a reboot. I can run Live TV in GBPVR and see video from the HVR-1900. I haven't actually tried to write to disk with GBPVR or put a receiver on yet.
The only configuration problem was that MSCOMCTL.OCX is not part of Windows 8. This is needed by DigiLite Config, which is written in Visual Basic 6. You have to get the OCX from an earlier version of Windows and install and register it in a very particular way to make it work.
I need to try the PVR2USB again to make sure I didn't go wrong somewhere. I wonder if you could install XP on the Pipo?
A cheap USB hub splits the USB 3 ways they all seem happy with that
It's a bit of a squeeze, the RF amplifier will be outboard as that generates heat but is feed from the 8 Amp inboard supply
The Ultram didn't like any thing close by so we jiggled a few bits around
Now it just needs a tidy up
- In loop back mode for testing
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- It needs a little tidy up
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