The Crap Starts Flowing About Vista, DRM, and PVP-OPM

There are many articles being published by people who either don’t even know what DRM is, or don’t know that HDCP isn’t something Microsoft created to make you go buy a new monitor.   If anyone has questions about what PVP-OPM means for them, or what it does, please post them here and I will answer them.   Don’t take the information given from crappy sources (The Inquirer) and get bent out of shape about it.  The people who are writing these articles don’t have a clue what the technology does or what is needed or not needed to enable … Continue reading The Crap Starts Flowing About Vista, DRM, and PVP-OPM

New Media Center Knowledge Base Articles

The screen may flicker when you try to play a recorded TV program in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005   You may receive a “One or more of the files you have selected is not a supported file” error message when you try to copy a recorded TV show to a video DVD in Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005   A Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005-based computer cannot hibernate while you are recording Live TV   A DVD restarts from the beginning instead of resuming from where you last stopped the DVD in Windows XP Media Center … Continue reading New Media Center Knowledge Base Articles

The Media Center Show #19

The Media Center Show #19 – Embedded Automation & MyTVtoGo | 3rd August 2005 (47min 07sec) MP3 – 16.2MB (Download Here)   This week Ian Dixon talked Ted Singh from Embedded Automation about Home Automation and with Nancy Cade from MyTVtoGo about watching recorded TV on a mobile device.   Remember, Vote for The Media Center show on Podcast Alley!