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1219 HD PVR will not capture the 480P output from my iScan Ultra. 13 seconds into recognition of the input signal, the software freezes up.

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  • friehl Dec 17, 2008

    Currently running the latest driver (1.053) for the hardware and the latest software (ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme) version, that come with the unit.

  • friehl Dec 17, 2008

    1219 HD PVR will not capture the 480P output from my iScan Ultra. 13 seconds into recognition of the input signal, the software freezes up.Comment posted on Dec 17, 2008
    Currently running the latest driver (1.053) for the hardware and the latest software (ArcSoft TotalMedia Extreme) version, that come with the unit.

  • friehl Dec 17, 2008

    I have no idea what this means.... What are you trying to relay here?



    "" there is a for to work out the HD transfer rate needed, res*refresh rate*colour

    i.e 1280*720*60*24bit

    convert it all to bytes and you get (1280*720*60*3)/1000000 = 165MB/s

    One hard drive you get 45MB/s average so your going to need 4 in RAID 0
    ""

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There is a for to work out the HD transfer rate needed, res*refresh rate*colour

i.e 1280*720*60*24bit 

convert it all to bytes and you get (1280*720*60*3)/1000000 = 165MB/s

One hard drive you get 45MB/s average so your going to need 4 in RAID 0

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    dont forget to rate it.. good luck!!


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Welcome to Fixya.com
Your having a problem with your 1219 HD PVR not capturing the 480P
First I would try the company website for updates, but if this fails ,i would suggest to uninstall and reinstall the software.There are so many possible conflicts,but this is the most common. Hope this Fixya!

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The old standard yellow composite video cable.
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