Your HD PVR can now be used in Windows Media Center as a TV recorder for cable TV and satellite set top boxes.
Note: the installation for Windows 7 Media Center requires two parts: this driver plus the updates described under the "For Windows Media Center" tab above.
This problem does not affect recordings made from an XBox360 or Playstation3.
First install this driver, then click on the "For Windows Media Center" tab above for instructions.Notes: This is a Windows driver only for Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista (32 and 64-bit versions) plus Windows XP (32-bit only).If it is not, check with the manufacturer to see if a firmware update is available There are two ways of bringing audio into HD PVR: through the stereo audio jacks or through the optical audio connector.When bringing audio in through the SPDIF optical audio jack, the audio is recorded in the format which is received. Currently, the Arcsoft TME application will only support editing from the beginning or the end of a clip to preserve AC-3 5.1 channel audio.This release also fixes IR receive issues with third party applications.
In addition, this release includes changes to fix flash memory corruption problems.
With the latest HD PVR driver, HD PVR can be used as a video recorder for cable TV and satellite set top boxes in Windows 7 Media Center.
Your Windows Media Center recordings will be made in high definition using H.264.
Please note: this loads firmware onto HD PVR (it must be run on a Windows PC).
The third party Linux or Mac application is still needed. When the Windows driver has been installed, you will see a message Drivers have been successfully installed File name:hdpvr_22.214.171.124059Date: March 25, 2012 File size: 4 MB This driver now supports Windows 7 Media Center.
All recording file types can be used to burn AVCHD Blu-ray compatible disc recordings.