Now, what capture software should I use? Assuming this is true with all of the available X1 hardware, your only option would be to use a capture device that captures the video output and re-encodes it. For me, this is just the “digital” channels, the analog channels are not on the firewire output of the the STB. It does work, but getting graphs that are reliable seems to be dependent on your specific hardware. I always get a capture error. You just need to manually add the panel and it records perfect. If you have one-try a mac machine after installing the Apple Firewire SDKwhich includes 64 bit support.
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How to use a Motorola DVR/Firewire
I am new to this forum and this topic. I left an image the error I get. Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Originally Posted by qz3fwd. The old site from Tim Moore is no longer valid. Last Jump to page: Originally Posted by TNO The time now is I learned, although it is not clearly documented, that there are several different ways to send channel commands to a receiver. For me, this is just the “digital” channels, the analog channels are not on the firewire output of the the STB.
AVS Forum articles Contests. Does anybody have copies of the old files that were available from the green button? OK, I have got all the hardware setup with the drivers and firestb packages. Use the graphRecorder plug-in described in the wikidevelop some graphs that work using Graphedit and put them in the plug-in. Firewirs cable replaced my motorola box with a Cisco HDC.
Channel Changing via Firewire…
Thanks wazzu83 for the help. Cisco HDC firewire Drivers? When you set up the capture source in Config for graphRecorder, you can specify this lineup. As of yesterday, this is happening on all channels, all the time.
How to use a Motorola DVR/Firewire – Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Should work with the X1 with the same caveats. I do have an iMac, and installed recommended driver package.
Does anyone have an updated process to make this happen with all the updated drivers and software? Haven’t gotten a reply yet and I’ve noticed I accidentally double posted by firedire.
Just use GB-PVR’s built in exe caller for channel changing to call the channel program and execute the commands! Or is my computer really just that slow? I didnt know that exreus possible. Does it need to be opened with a specific unzip program? Allow a couple of weeks to get it working. In summary, I have two lineups in Schedules Direct, one for the analog channels for the PVR and one for the digital channels for firewire.
I’ll post some graphs that work for me, but it may take a few days. In Schedules Direct you can select “Add a New Lineup” which will give you all the channels to select. All times are GMT. If you have one-try a mac machine after installing the Apple Firewire SDKwhich includes 64 bit support. I can’t remember exactly how, but it has been described in these forums.