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TheJuice23

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #30 on: January 16, 2006, 08:33:17 AM »
Hi,
I would like to know if these drivers really solved the audio issue for any of you...
Because I am stuck between old drivers with which I get good audio but bad video, and new drivers that give good video but bad audio...

I need to capture several VHS tapes, and haven't been able to do so properly... waiting for drivers that work...

Thanks.

SHS

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #31 on: January 16, 2006, 03:22:03 PM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

capone

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #32 on: January 16, 2006, 03:35:45 PM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

I'm assuming there's no way to tell w/ some logs, but any chance this may address the problem a cpl of us have w/ the audio just failing at some point? 

They work fine for usually a fair amount of time, but eventually they either return no audio anymore, or a steady hiss (both require reboot to fix).

cmurgia

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #33 on: January 16, 2006, 06:06:58 PM »
 :o :o :o WOW, IT WORKED  :o :o :o

I am currently watching and LISTENING to TV on XP x64. Thanks SHS

The_Doman

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #34 on: January 17, 2006, 01:09:02 PM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

I there any information included with this register patch?
What is it EXACTLY supposed to do?
"should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070", well it clearly does not.
I still can't get the volume recording level above -6 DB.
It's is still limiting (How to turn it off??????), although the clipping seems softer..
Anybody tried it too?

cmurgia

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #35 on: January 17, 2006, 01:41:22 PM »
Doman, I'm not sure about your problem. I couldn't get sound at all under XP x64 until using this patch. I have seen a tweak tool around these forums that you should be able to change your recording level.

The_Doman

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #36 on: January 17, 2006, 01:55:31 PM »
Doman, I'm not sure about your problem. I couldn't get sound at all under XP x64 until using this patch. I have seen a tweak tool around these forums that you should be able to change your recording level.
Ah , you must be new here...  8)

Topic: To all 150/500 user with audio bug problem.
http://www.shspvr.com/smf/index.php?topic=7317.0

Open Letter to Hauppauge Driver Engineers re. PVR-150 audio clipping issue.
http://gl.tter.org/pvr150_distortion/

The_Doman

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #37 on: January 20, 2006, 11:34:42 AM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

I there any information included with this register patch?
What is it EXACTLY supposed to do?
"should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070", well it clearly does not.
I still can't get the volume recording level above -6 DB.
It's is still limiting (How to turn it off??????), although the clipping seems softer..
Anybody tried it too?

So nobody?
Any info?
What about the Feedback????   :(
1 year has passed now...  :o

Amityville

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #38 on: January 20, 2006, 11:57:51 AM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

I there any information included with this register patch?
What is it EXACTLY supposed to do?
"should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070", well it clearly does not.
I still can't get the volume recording level above -6 DB.
It's is still limiting (How to turn it off??????), although the clipping seems softer..
Anybody tried it too?

The_Doman, the patch is supposed to program the registers (every one) exactly as 23070 was by default.  Only it doesn't, which points to the drivers ignoring the relevant 8775Reg entries.

Now that Hauppauge know it's being ignored, they'll probably be able to fix it.

The_Doman

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #39 on: January 20, 2006, 12:22:22 PM »
The_Doman, the patch is supposed to program the registers (every one) exactly as 23070 was by default.  Only it doesn't, which points to the drivers ignoring the relevant 8775Reg entries.
Yeah , I have tried todo that also, even resetting everything by the wolfson PDF sheet defaults.   :o
Ofourse with no avail and wasted a whole evening with endless resetting.... :x

So I was wondering too what is the point of that register patch?
It seems they (hauppauge) just passing on information from a third party (wolfson?) without testing/trying it themself.
« Last Edit: January 20, 2006, 12:24:57 PM by The_Doman »

Amityville

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #40 on: January 20, 2006, 01:09:33 PM »
I think it's so that they can see exactly what is happening when they program the registers as they know they used to be.

The_Doman

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #41 on: January 21, 2006, 10:58:45 AM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

SHS , Did you feedback to Hauppauge those registerchanges don't work???  :(

manj

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #42 on: January 21, 2006, 11:22:19 AM »
 
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think it's so that they can see exactly what is happening when they program the registers as they know they used to be

My guess is they dont what they are doing , from what has happaened .
Remember we found out what registers to tweak after finding wolfsen spec ?  Hauppauge did not pass knowledge to us . After that they have just inserted some code which overrides the register values. What they should have done is to re-read registery setting (if they exist) AFTER inserting their own values.

BOD

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #43 on: January 22, 2006, 08:55:14 AM »
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think it's so that they can see exactly what is happening when they program the registers as they know they used to be

My guess is they dont what they are doing , from what has happaened .
Remember we found out what registers to tweak after finding wolfsen spec ?  Hauppauge did not pass knowledge to us . After that they have just inserted some code which overrides the register values. What they should have done is to re-read registery setting (if they exist) AFTER inserting their own values.

Completely agree. They have admitted they don't hear the audio problem. So the stumbling blocks are fundamental - If you can't hear the problem how can you fix it. If you try and fix it how do you know you've fixed it if you don't know what the problem was?

50 weeks I've had my card now  - I still can't use it.

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Re: 2.0.35.23348 WHQL Signed 32/64Bit OS
« Reply #44 on: January 22, 2006, 09:16:48 AM »
The attached registry patch should configure line-in audio as it was in 23070 (as some have requested).
Can you test and offer some feedback on it.

SHS , Did you feedback to Hauppauge those registerchanges don't work???  :(

I have check with them The_Doman.