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Windows 7 Media Center / Re: Windows Time Sync vs. Network stations
« on: November 04, 2009, 10:46:46 PM »
Hey guys,

I should have specified originally. I'm in Brisbane Metro, an mainly have problems with Channels 7, Ten or ABC. I tried running the device to time sync with the default but got in trouble from the wife because she was missing the end of all her shows.

I have recently changed the CPU & MB, and been running several builds of Windows 7, all with the same problem.

+15 Min record time with 4 tuners was no problem. Now with it down to 2 min on the beta, I get in trouble again. :(

Windows 7 Media Center / Windows Time Sync vs. Network stations
« on: November 01, 2009, 10:42:38 PM »
I constantly have the problem where the built in Windows time Sync is a few min out from the stations and I need to disable then constantly adjust the system time to match the broadcasts. Is there a network time source (NTP) with the correct station time? OR Could IceTV publish a NTP server sync'ed with the station broadcast?

Just an idea....

Works great guys. A nice touch is the support for movie covers. I'll definately be renewing my subscription. As mentioned, the 2 min recordings are a problem. I'm hoping you can improve this with the release.

Thanks for getting this running. It makes the RecordedTV and MyMovies look much better.

Windows 7 Media Center / Re: Windows 7 EPG Beta Readme: 01/09/2009
« on: September 25, 2009, 11:57:42 PM »
I Agree with prj32.

I was hoping that by paying for the IceTV guide, you would able to provide content not already available on the digital broadcasts. I understand that you need time to develop and test the new feeds, but what else do you provide past what is freely available?

As for the channel logo's, they can be easily install using a utility from

There is an option under the Movies row that lets you view the up-coming movies that are listed in you guide. I personally scan through this each week now to see what we want to watch.

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