If I can get good recordings of live streams, I’ll be happy since this was the only method I could get mostly glitch-free recordings from my old DCT anyway for about the past 2 years. I couldn’t fast forward or rewind through that point. In other words, one movies minutes will end up being over 11GB! Has anyone been able to map a key on their remote for closed captions? It was mandated, years ago, that TV sets have this feature. Originally Posted by TNO I understand that there have been no verified reports of the DCX or DCXx being able to transfer recordings via FireWire, but the combination of Motorola’s unverified claim of a fix and the verified DCX success leads me to believe that the “conditions on the ground” have radically changed for the better.

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Yep, it turns out ProjectX was the problem. I found a va/c driver here: How can I get around this? Very frustrating to get that far into a movie and not finish it. The problem is when I want to edit the video. It’s been over a year since I’ve been on this thread.

There’s more overhead in loading bit executables ever notice how much larger bit. I also changed the output file extensions to. My guess is that the computer a Pentium 4 laptop with a RPM hard drive is having trouble keeping up with the HD video coming in. You’re on the home stretch if you’ve made it this far, and are ready to start recording your Comcast DVR shows.


Originally Posted by Dark Morford The next thing I wanted to do was demultiplex the stream so I could deinterlace and process the video before reinserting the audio program.

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Press the button you want to use for the closed-caption function. Skip to main content. Tried the unencrypted FSN Detroit channel and it worked beautifully. Software version is the one that most people report, been like that for some months now.

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I’m sure that all of the DCX units are built on the same platform with only minor differences. In other words, one movies minutes will end up being over 11GB! I’ve asked this in a separate thread, but perhaps this is the better place to ask.

That said, it’s dcx-35000 like the FireWire on your computer the software and drivers is goofing things up, or the FireWire on the Cisco is goofed up If your mktorola is not loaded with 8 GB or more, I wouldn’t think twice before switching to bit Windows 7.

Type in the code You’ll also need a software program to motirola the recorded video file, and the free VLC Media Player handles this nicely. Eventually it was replaced with a DCX and I had all the issues that everybody else had with the firewire fast forwarding, etc. Originally Posted by TNO Yeah, do make sure that the port is enabled it would be illegal for it to be disabled unless ccx-3500 cable company is really small and got an FCC waiver.


Press and release the button you want to put the code on. Thread Xcx-3500 with thanks science. I’m still waiting for Motoroal to add simple Juke-Box capabilities to its DVRs so we can que-up several recorded programs to play in advance without fumbling around again with the remote! Originally Posted by jmac The fast forward motion I don’t think means anything, it’s just skipping over parts that it can’t decode so it looks fast forward.

I tried running a new instance of CapDVHS in case it was using some old settings, but nothing changed there. I suppose I could try and get them to swap out for an older Moto box, not sure if it’s possible or worth the effort. I actually experienced one of them, the box just blinking off and then on again, with all the usual display characters that accompany a reset. Windows will recognize the connection dxc-3500 will prompt you with it’s built-in Hardware Connection wizard.

However, firmware version is now listed as Thanks in advance for any help you can provide. The end result should look like this in the Device Manager, with both devices installed under “Imaging Devices”: