I have Pentium4 1050 Ram 280 GB HD and I installed FlyTVR and excepting one channel the captured TV images are all in black and White. I live in Brazil and I dont know if there is any detail in setup to fix this problem. Thanks email@example.com jessica
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Long story short, it is not your fault. Your provider will blame you, TNT, will blame your provider, and both are wrong.
The most likely cause is HD TNT is not a "real" HD channel. It is probably an SD recording TNT is upscaling from SD to HD. This can occasional create a dirty HD signal being broadcasted. Some TVs have trouble decoding this signal and end up with pixelated images because the image has been pre-stretched to fix the format.
Temporary solution would be to change the resolution of you TV for just the TNT channel. Some TV will let you select a preferred mode for a channel. If you can do this, set it to 720p instead of 1080p or try 1080i for TNT to see if this improves the image.
Also make sure that only one tuner is altering the images you are receiving if you have a FIOS box. If it is processing the image image in any way (color correct, resolution, etc.) turn those features off and let the TV do it.
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according to your problem first check that you have installed the card in PCI slot correctly.
install the driver with all features. Set it properly. attach the jack & cables properly. Keep enable thedual stream 3D processing and HD option. It's HDMI automatically configures to connected display. Follow the manual and start capturing.
Did you get an error message during install of the (system with the SATA 160GB drive)? Make sure the 160GB drive is shown in the bios. Than go to the title, Boot in the bios & make sure the SATA 160GB is listed in the boot order. (Preferred 3rd. boot device) Please go to the SATA drive's manufactures site & download either their bootable floppy or CD setup software. (It’s free)! Use their software to setup the FAT & cluster size on the drive. You can even set other features that neither the bios or windows can do. Format the 160GB drive with the software as well. The manufacture's software does a better job than windows. If the 160GB drive is a SATA 2.0 leave the jumper on the drive alone. The Desktop Board supports four Serial ATA channels (3.0 GB/s) via ICH7, connecting one device per channel. Again, please run the manufactures setup software for your SATA 160GB drive. (Disconnect any other drives that may be in the system until windows is installed). Intel's web site here: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Product_Filter.aspx?ProductID=2839&lang=eng
Good luck ameyaniks! If I missed something, just let me know. Mike
The problem seems to be due to Cyberlink PowerDirector. Most people suggests to remove it from the computer and use other capture programs. This, of course, does not explain the stuttering display of the TV channels on a Plug-and-Play LCD monitor.