---------------------------------------------------------------- README for TV Series Product Version 184.108.40.206 Feb.2002 ---------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you for purchasing TV Series! This README file contains additional notes on using the TV Series in specific situations. For more information on this product or its usage, you can also refer to the TV Series User's Manual. For software running properly, make sure set your display properties to at least 16bit Hi-Color mode. In fact, 16bit Hi-Color mode is the most suitable setting for our application. By the way, please do not change the display mode while the application is running. It is strongly recommended that users should not play DirectX games while viewing TV program, some games cause TV Series application to fail. Please close up TV Series application now. You can re-open TV Series application after you finish playing DirectX games. ================================================ 1. All Channels Scan and Channel Remapping Issue ================================================ You will need to perform All Channels Scan only if the default autoscan is unable to completely memorize all channels (i.e., if the frequencies of certain channels are not listed in the default frequency table). When you perform All Channels Scan, frequencies starting from 50 MHz to 800 MHz which correspond to active channels will be memorized. Each will be assigned to a channel number, starting from channel number 1 and onwards. If you need to change a channel back to its original channel number, use channel remapping to reassign the channel number. Perform this function will take you about 3 to 5 minutes, please be patient. ========================================== 2. Time Shift and Interactive Record Issue ========================================== To run Time Shift or Interactive Record functions, you need a sound card which can support full-duplex operation to capture and playback sound simultaneously. The playback quality of Time Shift (or Interactive Record) function is based on the CPU power of PC. If the CPU speed is fast enough and with MMX support, you will get the better performance at Time Shift (or Interactive Record) function. The list below is known sound card device driver which do not support full-duplex operation: . Creative PCI 64/128 under Win98SE system . MDMate CMI8738 VXD Driver (AudioExcel) =================== 3. NetMeeting Issue =================== It is a known issue about the Microsoft's NetMeeting 3.0. NetMeeting 3.0 no longer supports TV Tuner cards as input sources. Tuner does not appear as a source in any dialog. It may be fixed in the NetMeeting 3.1. For more details, please contact Microsoft. ======================= 4. Closed-Caption Issue ======================= This version does not provide the Closed-Caption feature for NTSC/PAL_N system. ============== 5. Known issue ============== 5.1. With the BTC CD-ROM, the "next track" and "previous track" operations in the CD Player is not functioned properly. 5.2. With Intel 810E chipset, at "VCR Record". Video may not record and playback properly, try to reduce the VGA resolution and refresh rate. 5.3 It is strongly recommended that users should not resize the video window to full screen size while running Teletext. If video window size is near to full screen, Teletext data maybe scrambled. 5.4 It is strongly recommended that users should not run Time Shift, I-Record and VCR Record functions while running Teletext. Sometimes, It might cause system halt. ================ 6. Operation Notes ================ 6.1 In Primary mode, the TV Screen cannot be resized. 6.2 If you want to use Windows Media player to playback a recorded file. Please close the TV Series application first! Because of this operation may cause Windows Media Player cannot actually playback the recorded file.Download Driver Pack
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Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.
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