after a lot of search i found this forum, hope i will learn a lot from this, thanks all in advance,
im using like a iptv box to view channels on my TV, i want to connect that box with my computer and record my Favourite programmes, and need guide to buy right components,
im upload box images that show video outputs, someone told me that i can use WinTV-HVR-1975
with this box,
hope someone guide me the right path,
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The WinTV-HVR-1975 can record from your IPTV box via the A/V port and its mini A/V cable accessory. Windows 7's/8's Media Center or WinTV should work as PVR software. NextPVR might also work as PVR software. That being said, the resulting standard definition video recording on your computer will be poor-quality compared to what you see on your TV using HDMI.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
ok i got my tuner and i connected AV cable to IPTV BOx and red white and yellow to Wintv 1975, and usb cable from tuner to computer, but until now no success to view box channel on computer, i need some guide for tuner configuration i think so, on first step i need to to know about scanning channel source type, i attached a image file, please help me with this,
1. Check the box beside "External inputs (Composite/S Video)" and click the "Next->" button
2. Select your country from the drop-down list.
3. Make sure the box beside Composite is checked.
4. Select the video system used in your country from the drop-down list . (Choose NTSC if you are in N. America. PAL is used for most other places.)
5. Click the "Next->" Button
6. When you see "Device Setup Complete", click the "Next->" button again.
7. Click the "OK" button on the WinTV Settings window.
8. Right-click the screen.
9. Select "Find Channel" from the context menu.
10. Select "0 Composite from the Channels menu -- if your IPTV box is on, you should see a picture.
[Edit]If you can get a picture after set up for ""External inputs (Composite/S Video)" has been completed, then you will know that the composite video connection is working. The set up procedure for "Analog TV via Set Top Box" is more involved, but if you want to attempt to use the WinTV-HVR-1975 IR blaster to control the STB you will need to to do it.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 20th May 2017 at 03:47.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
Another possibility is that the IPTV Box supplies audio from its A/V cable but not video when an HDMI cable is connected to it. Try unplugging the HDMI cable from the IPTV Box.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
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If so, in your place, I would probably check the HVR 1975's support page at Hauppauge's UK website to make sure that the latest WinTV-HVR-1975 drivers and the latest version of WinTV 8 were installed. The software and drivers on the installation media are not often the most up-to-date versions. Download updated drivers and WinTV 8 from the support page Hauppauge's UK website.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
one more experiment failed, i bought HDMI Splitter and HDMI/AC cable, normal HDMI is working file on my TV but when i connect HDMI to Splitter and AC to TV, my TV do not recognise any signal, also tried with Wintv 1975 and no success to view anything on my computer,
now im waiting for new mini AC cable but now i think cable is not problem, you have any idea?
i also find my IPTV Box feature
"You can access all of your content via the USB 2 and 3 functions on your TV screen. All you need to do is connect your USB drive to the Lyca TV Box and select the correct function"
can we use this feature to connect box with computer?
Last edited by Yamiraan; 26th May 2017 at 14:48.
Common problems with the inexpensive electronic converters are that many produce a dark picture or letterbox 16:9 to 4:3. If you can get AV/out on your IPTV box working, it won't do a worse job and might to a better job.
https://www.lycatv.tv/feature. The USB port allows using the Lyca TV box as a media player to watch your own video collection, stored on a USB device.
It looks like the Lyca TV Box might be able to record to an SD card, but if so my guess is the files stored on the SD card are encrypted. I'm also guessing that the encryption is possibly why you wanted to record to a PC. You want your recordings to be portable.
It is too bad that Lyca TV doesn't have a link to download a manual for the LycaTV Box so I can find out if there are any restrictions on the use of the A/V port and find out if it is possible to record to the SD card, or if the SD card is just for storing games and apps.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 26th May 2017 at 16:41. Reason: typoIgnore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
Finally its working with AC cable, and result is not bad, now i want to improve video result, i already have HDMI splitter, can i try a Video Card with HDMI input? Forexample
what you suggest ?
To be honest, I think Hauppauge's HD capture devices are best used for making copies of recordings from a service provider's DVR rather than as a DVR substitute.
For almost a year I used a Colossus to record TV from a set-top box with the help of an HDMI splitter which removed HDCP as a side-effect. (Most HDMI splitters do not remove HDCP.) I used NextPVR to make scheduled recordings. Scheduled recording might fail completely, or were unwatchable if I neglected to power cycle the Colossus every few days. Just re-booting the PC is not enough. Power cycling requires shutting down the PC, unplugging the PSU, draining residual power from the capacitors by pressing the PC's power button, waiting 10 minutes, plugging in the PSU, and then turning on the PC. Hauppauge's USB-connected HD-PVR 2 products also need to be power cycled frequently, although the procedure is a bit different.
I don't use one of these devices, but I think a stand-alone device which records to a USB drive might be a better choice. One possibility is th AVerMedia EzRecorder 310: http://www.avermedia.com/tv_more/product/streaming_capture/ezrecorder_310
(Recording with an AVerMedia EzRecorder 310 still requires the help of an HDMI splitter which removed HDCP as a side-effect.) One complaint I saw with the AVerMedia EzRecorder 310 is that it only remembers the recording schedule for 3 months. After that you’ll have to set up the recording schedule again for the next 3 months.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 6th Jul 2017 at 23:05. Reason: correct typosIgnore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
will you recommend this a lot of people using this device
I dont link much Ezrecorder 310 because i want to record and save on my computer, i dont need scheduled programming because i have to record clips, breaking news, stuff like that dont have a fix timing, and i have to upload on my website instantly so i need something that i fully controlled from my pc, hope u understand my point,
Last edited by Yamiraan; 10th Jul 2017 at 07:20.