PCTV Systems 330e USB Stick Driver
With Pinnacle PCTV you can watch TV anywhere: in the office, in the Dazzle * TV Hybrid Stick (e) PCTV Analog Pro USB (e). This file contains important information for using the PCTV Systems TVCenter. For problems with the PCTV e If you unplug a USB device, we recommend waiting at least 10 seconds before reconnecting; otherwise, the. i have pctv e pinacle usb and i search channels using the .. em28xx and drxd modules without errors, but the dvb device is missing. On both systems my PCTV e is working as expected, used with VLC mediaplayer.
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PCTV Systems 330e USB Stick Driver
Check the device is configured properly, and not already in use.
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Failed to PCTV Systems 330e USB Stick configured BDA capture device At first I had the device connected through a powered USB hub its status is always reported as "Sleeping" so I thought I'd connect it through a motherboard USB socket, but this made no difference MCE recognises the device no matter where it is connected. I've also searched for other posts referring to this specific device, but the only ones I saw are quite old and refer to the master file now being updated, which makes me think that this device should work straight off.
So one possibility that has occurred to me is that I need to install some additional drivers for the device beyond Pinnacle's MCE drivers. On Windows XP I got bad audio caused by the default audio decoder that is used.
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Via graphedit I replaced this with the Cyberlink Audio decoder and audio seems to be okay. When PCTV Systems 330e USB Stick is used, the program gives an exception, and when continued, the program window will show a red cross and a new video window pops up. This works okay in Windows One of the first questions that came up was what information should be put in the tune request. The DTVViewer code example did not provide any information on that.
Also on internet I did not find useful information. Wikipedia DVB-T-frequenties showed frequency information that was useful as start.
I found out that when a valid frequency was filled in, that the first one in the yet unknown list, is chosen. As result audio and video is played. A little later I found a site that gave me most of the answers: There is simple way to find the frequencies that can be used for tune requests, just search them!
I added a frequency scan to DTVViewer. Via this scan two frequencies could be found, and MHz.
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Frequencies might differ per new area so per new area a new frequency scan is needed It was not possible to just change the tuning frequency. The next tune request with the full new tune request information will be succesful.
If it was what I thought it was, it was interesting to try out. The text in the picture is bad, probably due to a bad signal or PCTV Systems 330e USB Stick mixup of the Teletext specific data of the TV channels. But okay, the Teletext data is in here, it is a first step! January I was able to see real Teletext data!
The reason I could not see it, is that it is somehow encoded and I could not recognize the data as Teletext data. I could tell something more about the encoding but I will not do that yet. To make the data more useful, I need to decode the TIF information first.
For testing I used the SampleGrabber code example which can be download at the codeproject. In specific cases the USB might even lost control.