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Sonic PrimeTime

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows' started by evolution400, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. evolution400

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    Anyone use sonic primetime with any success ?
    This is very picky in the fact that you must use a certain codec to record your TV the only codec so far I have found that actually works is an older nvidia decoder version .20 I think intervideo, newest nvidia, powerdvd none of them work.
    Just wondering if anyone actually is using this tool at all.
     
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    not tired it myself, thought it would work with any media center comptibl decoder?..try using a trial version of windvd 7 from www.intervideo.com...
     
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    It must be conflicting with my divx AC3 codec as thats the only thing I have installed since I last used sonic.
    I even installed sonic cineplayer and it didnt work with that so now I know it must be one of my codecs.
    I have found a replacment which is much better.
    Nerovision you can drag any file divx, mpg2, wmv then make a proper dvd with menus you can even make a mpeg4 dvd which looks and behaves like a DVD but has mpeg4 compression o you can fit much more on there I doubt very much that it will work with a home player but as I only use the xbox or MCE then maybe and idea.
     

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