Media center guide not updating
Do you know of any guides that will aid in the conversion to epg123 with minimal disruption?This issue happens a few times a year, basically it gets fixed at zero hour and we all hold our breath until it's fixed.The user interface was redesigned and tailored for the 16:9 aspect ratio.Support for multiple tuners was added in later releases and varies depending upon the version of the operating system purchased. users was Internet TV, which allows access to streaming content through WMC. Each button in the main menu, which contains sections such as "Music", "Videos", and "TV", gets encased in a box when selected, and for each selection, a submenu comes up, extending horizontally. One uses two Hauppauge HD PVR USB units (via DVBLink software) and two network dual tuner Silicon Dust HDHome Run units and the other system uses a Hauppauge Colossus PCIe card (via Hauppauge beta Media Center software) and a Silicon Dust HDHome Run Prime triple tuner Cable Card unit. Being that it's the ONLY way to do encrypted cable, and not have to rent a box, it's just really sad that this platform feels so abandoned. I prefer it that way because the Hauppauge products can do 1080i /720p recordings that look really good from any HD channel (depending on source resolution) without DRM restrictions,......from premium cable channels like HBO-HD, Show Time-HD and so on. I didn't want to troubleshoot a system if there was nothing wrong with it. The two dedicated Media Center systems I use are slightly different and have slightly different setups. Somewhere, I recall reading a post about how someone was "ready" if/when MS ever drops guide support - that they'd essentially work around it. It kind of honestly scares me that they'll one day just dump media center and leave people out in the cold. While I do have Cable Card and like it well enough for casual use, my Hauppauge HD PVR USB units and Hauppauge Colossus PCIe card are setup as primary tuners on their respective systems.Support for many Windows Media Center Extender hardware devices, that had been released pre-Vista, was also dropped leaving many owners out of luck if they did not upgrade to one of the supported Windows Vista versions from the Windows XP Media Center Edition. When any of the options is selected, the entries for each are presented in a grid-like structure, with each item being identified by album art, if it is an audio file, or a thumbnail image if it is a picture, a video or a TV recording, and other related options, such as different views for the music collection if "Music" is selected, extend horizontally along the top of the grid.
Windows Media Center (WMC) is a discontinued digital video recorder and media player created by Microsoft.
Per the thread on Microsoft has been aware of the issue for about a week, but no resolution as of yet.
Anyone know of any sources of additional information on this issue? f=96&t=10615I've read good things about epg123. I rather not upset my configuration I have hand-built over the years if I don't have to.
Both standard- and high-definition unencrypted video are supported through DVB-T and ATSC standards.
It is possible to view encrypted cable television channels by using an internal or external tuner that supported Cable CARD.