Alternative TV Tuner Software?


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John

Does anyone know of any freeware or low cost TV Tuner software that
would work with an existing ATI graphics/tv tuner card that I have?

Thanks

John
 
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David Lee

Does anyone know of any freeware or low cost TV Tuner software that
would work with an existing ATI graphics/tv tuner card that I have?

Thanks

John


If you already have Winamp, there's the TV plugin for Winamp, but the
developer has stopped working on it. It worked OK for me but I have
since started using KMPlayer, a free media player which does TV too. KMP
has its own internal codecs which can play about anything.

Dave
 
R

Ryan Hatfield

John said:
Does anyone know of any freeware or low cost TV Tuner software that
would work with an existing ATI graphics/tv tuner card that I have?

Thanks

John

TVTime and mplayer both might work and they are definitely free.
 
T

T Shadow

John said:
Does anyone know of any freeware or low cost TV Tuner software that
would work with an existing ATI graphics/tv tuner card that I have?

Thanks

John

Media Portal, GB-PVR and ATI's own MMC.

Have to guess that your not asking about an antique.
 
J

John

Thanks for those links. Unfortunately it looks like the tv tuner part
of my card has stopped functioning completely now. I have the Sapphire
AIW 9600. My system is getting a bit long in the tooth now though so
will probably be updating sometime this year anyway to a new system. I
will probably going to have to buy a new tv tuner card. Think I will
get graphics card and tv tuner card as separate items this time round.

John
 
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GMAN

Thanks for those links. Unfortunately it looks like the tv tuner part
of my card has stopped functioning completely now. I have the Sapphire
AIW 9600. My system is getting a bit long in the tooth now though so
will probably be updating sometime this year anyway to a new system. I
will probably going to have to buy a new tv tuner card. Think I will
get graphics card and tv tuner card as separate items this time round.

John
If in the USA, make sure to get a ATSC capable card (and if on cable , one
that does QAM too). If you buy an NTSC only card, you will regret it in Feb
2009.
 
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