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Record video from a Motorola DCT 6412 PVR
Authored by: vincet68 on Oct 14, '07 07:10:11AM

I'm using a 6416 - all worked fine until I tried Step 8: connect Input Channel 63 (External worked fine) - got an error (No Input) - everything else seems to work fine - any ideas?



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Record video from a Motorola DCT 6412 PVR
Authored by: JimMueller on Dec 08, '07 12:43:58PM

I also had only one plug appearing in AVCBrowser.
I tried dcross's suggestion and used AVCVideoCap - which is also in the current SDK25. It worked great - no muss, no fuss, no messy pots & pans, plus you can set it to only suck down for a set length of time. Great for me as I tend to forget what I was doing...



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Record video from a Motorola DCT 6412 PVR
Authored by: kbrownridge on Jan 11, '08 09:21:44PM

I second that one.
Got a DCT6416 mark III with Shaw Cable
I can connect to the device via FireWire.
AVCBrowser sees the device, I can change the channel from the computer and so on, but I cannot connect an input plug as it doesn't detect any.
This means I cannot capture any streaming video.

So far I've been unable to overcome this problem.

Any suggestions?



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Record video from a Motorola DCT 6412 PVR
Authored by: jrtgal on Feb 22, '08 06:10:44PM

I am able to record audio only using AVC video cap.
I also get no input plug detected in AVC browser.
Anyone solve this problem?



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How can I view without recording?
Authored by: rdemby on Jan 19, '08 09:56:34AM

While the AVCVideoCap APP does work to capture content, I would like to view the cable content in a viewer box on my desktop while I continue to work without recording the content. Is this possible? My display is a Sony 32". Explorer 4250HD Cable Box-Cablevision



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Re:How can I view without recording?
Authored by: rdemby on Jan 19, '08 06:48:14PM

I've found out how. Using AVCBrowser and VLC



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