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Support: WinTV-dualHD dual tuner

WinTV v8 CD with TV application and Windows drivers

New product installs:

If you have recently purchased a new WinTV product and your WinTV v8.5 Activation Code has never been used, you can install WinTV v10 with this code. This only applies to unused WinTV v8.5 Activation Codes.

Installation notes for WinTV v8.5:

If you have one of the following products: a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-850, WinTV-HVR-950, the original Colossus or HD PVR model 1212, you must use WinTV v8 or WinTV v10. WinTV v8.5 does not support these products.

A WinTV v8.5 Activation Code will be needed to install this WinTV v8.5 version. If you do not have an Activation Code, but you have a WinTV v7 CD, you can install the WinTV v8 application.

If you do not have an Activation Code: If you do not have a WinTV v8/8.5 Activation Code, you can purchase the new WinTV v10 Activation Code on the Hauppauge webstore for $12.95. This can be used with WinTV-HVR, WinTV-dual and WinTV-quad products, as well as the HD PVR series of HD recorders plus USB-Live2 and the ImpactVCBe.

Extend: If you have an Activation Code for WinTV v8 or v8.5 with Extend, the latest version of WinTV v8.5 with Extend will automatically be installed.

Installation on multiple computers: the WinTV application can be installed on as many PCs as needed as long as you use the same Hauppauge device. We link the serial number of your TV tuner (sometimes it's the MAC address) with the Activation code. So as long as you use the same Hauppauge device, you can install on more than one computer.

WinTV v8.5 application and Windows driver package

This download is a complete WinTV v8.5 application, including Windows drivers for supported WinTV products plus utilities.

To install the WinTV v8.5 application

  • Step 1: Download the WinTV v8.5 installer by clicking the download button above. The WinTV v8.5 Installer is normally saved in the Download folder on your PC
  • Step 2: Run wintv85setup from the Download folder on your PC. Halfway through the installation, a message will pop up asking for you to enter the Activation Code.
  • Step 3: At the Activation required screen, click on Enter Activation code and enter the activation code which was emailed to you, is printed on the WinTV v8 activation card or printed on your WinTV v8 CD. You do not need to enter the dashes, and you can use upper or lower case characters.
  • Step 4: When the installation is complete, you will find the WinTV icon on your Windows desktop. Double click on this icon and the WinTV application will run. On the first run of WinTV, it will automatically go through the TV source selection and will scan for channels.

WinTV installation video

The WinTV manuals can be found here

WinTV-dualHD Windows driver version 35167.exe

Date: October 11, 2018

Note: this version fixes:

  • Fix for the Windows 10 'privacy' update which disables TV tuner drivers

None at this time

Where can I find the manual for WinTV?

In WinTV v8, right click your mouse in the live TV window, and go to Help. You will see our online manual.

You can also find the manual on our website in the Support -> WinTV v8 under the Manuals tab.

What do I need to upgrade the WinTV application from the Hauppauge website?

In order to upgrade to WinTV v8.5, you must have your WinTV v8 Activation Code. If you do not have an Activation Code , but you have a WinTV v7 CD, you can install the WinTV v8 application (look in the Support -> WinTV 8 Download tab).
If you do not have either a WinTV v8 Activation Code or your original WinTV v7 CD-ROM, you can purchase a new WinTV v8 Activation Code on the Hauppauge webstore for $9.95. The WinTV v8 Activation Code can then be used to activate WinTV v8.5

How do I rescan channels?

In WinTV v8, click on the setting button (Gear) in the lower left of the application. Then click on the Devices tab and highlight your WinTV device and click Tuner Setup (see the first picture below).

In the Device Setup Wizard, you will see a list of TV formats which your Hauppauge TV tuner can support. Depending upon which Hauppauge tuner you have, you will have a choice of analog, digital or external inputs (see the second picture below). You can also select all formats and let the WinTV application show you what it finds in each format (if anything).

Click Next and Next and let WinTV scan for channels. The results should look like picture 3 below.

Settings -> Devices

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Device Setup Wizard

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Scan Complete

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I selected a channel but I just see 'buffering' in WinTV. Also there is no TV, just a blank screen

Buffering and no TV video can be caused by a few things:

  • If there is a problem with your TV signal. Check your antenna or coax cable going to the Hauppauge product.
  • If your anti virus software is preventing the WinTV application from making a temporary video buffer. If this is the case, you'll need to either disable the anti-virus software or create an exception for the WinTV application in your anti-virus exception list.
  • If you using a cable TV or satellite box, make sure the box is turned on.

I scanned for channels, and some were found, yet I do not see any channels listed in WinTV's channel list. What did I do wrong?

If you see channels during the scan, but no channels are listed in WinTV channel list (to see the channel list, right click your mouse on the live TV window, then select Find Channel), then something went wrong in the WinTV TV channel database.

Solution:

  • Uninstall WinTV completely: go to start/control panel/ and look for Program and feature and uninstall Hauppauge WinTV.
  • After that please restart the computer.
  • When the system comes back up please browse to the following folders and if you see a WinTV folder, delete the folder.
    • C:\Users\Public\
    • C:\Program Files or Program Files (x86)\
    • Also please go to this folder which is a hidden folder and delete the Hauppauge folder: C:\ProgramData\
      Information on how to show hidden folders in Windows: Show Hidden Files and Folders in Windows 7, 8.x, 10, or Vista http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/show-hidden-files-and-folders-in-windows-vista/
  • Once you do this you can reinstall Hauppauge WinTV with latest version from website.
  • Now if you scan for channels, you should see them in the WinTV application.

Our local TV channel switched frequencies today. I've been unable to get the rescan to work. I can find all the channels on the rescan but can't seem to save them in the database.

We recommend that you delete the WinTV channel database before you re-scan for channels, especially if you think that your channel line up has changed. To do this, close the WinTV v8/v8.5 application and then run this program:
c:\Program Files (x86)\WinTV\WinTV8\WinTV8.exe -emptydb

I'm trying to schedule a recording with TitanTV, but the scheduled recording does not show up in the WinTV Scheduler

The channel list in TitanTV must match the channel list in WinTV. If, for example, you scanned WinTV with an over-the-air antenna but selected a cable TV line up in TitanTV, your channel line will be different and scheduled recordings will fail.

To understand why this happens, lets look at how the process of clicking the record button in TitanTV and how this turns into a WinTV Scheduled recording. When you click the red 'record' button in TitanTV, Titan delivers a .tvpi file to your PC which contains the details of the recording (channel number, channel name, time, date, etc.). But if the channel number doesn't match a channel which WinTV can tune to, WinTV ignores this attempt to schedule the recording and you will not see this scheduled item in the WinTV Scheduler.

There is a log file saved at c:\users\public\hauppauge wintv\logs\wintvtvpi.txt which shows the details of an attempt to schedule a TitanTV recording. Click here to see a sample of this information.

Can I record while my PC is sleeping?

Yes.
Make sure your PC is in Sleep and not Hybernate. In Windows 'sleep' mode, WinTV recordings will cause your PC to 'wake up', start the recording and when complete, go back to Sleep.

How can I save my WinTV Channels database?

To avoid having to rescan for TV channels, you can save the list of channels you are using. This is called Saving the WinTV Channels database.

To save your channel database go to:

C:\Users\Public\WinTV\Channel Database (Windows 7 and Vista)

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents\WinTV\Channel Database (Windows XP)

Copy the  hcwChanDB_5 file to a place  for safe keeping. To replace saved Channels just copy HcwChanDB_5 back to Channel Database Dir.

How can I reorder or change the channel numbers in WinTV?

Open the Settings menu in WinTV v8 by clicking on the “gear” button in the lower left hand corner of the WinTV application. Then click on the “All Channels" tab  and right click on the channel you wish to edit. Click Details. Change the Preset number to the number you want. You can also change the channel Name.

Example:
You will need to follow this procedure if you are scheduling recordings with Titan TV online program guide. For example, if you scan for TV channels in WinTV v7 and find that channel 2704 is WNBC but in the TitanTV electronic program guide WNBC is on channel 702, then do the following:

  • click your right mouse button on 2704 in the All Channel list
  • change the Preset to 702
  • change the Name of the the channel to WNBC

    Then, when you select WNBC (channel 702) in TitanTV, it will tune to channel 2704, which is WNBC.

How can I add a single channel in the WinTV application?

Yes.
To add a single channel, go to Settings -> Devices and choose your TV tuner. Then click Tuner setup and select the format of the channel you want to add (Digital ATSC, Digital QAM or Analog TV). For both the Starting and Ending channel use the channel number you want to add. Example, if you want to add Analog channel 3, then select 3 for both the Starting and Ending channel. Then click Scan. Since you are only scanning one channel, it should find this channel quickly and add it to the channel list.

Where can I find my recorded files?

The default directory for recorded files is: 

C:\Users\Public\Videos

You can change the default directory in WinTV v8 by clicking on the “gear” button, then the Capture tab. Here you will see the Recordings Directory

In Windows XP, files are recorded to:

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents\My Videos\

Can I record TV shows with subtitles or closed caption?

Yes.
If the program you are watching has subtitles when you record you will also get the subtitles as part of the recording. When playing back recorded files in WinTV v8, you can use settings menu to turn the subtitles on or off. ( recorded sub titles can only be seen when using the WinTV v8 application for playback.)

Can I view and record my game play from external game sources with WinTV?

Yes, as long as you can connect the game system to either S-Video or composite video on your WinTV product. If so equipped, you can view and record the game action using the WinTV application software. For close to real time video, and to eliminate the normal delay, go to Settings/Advanced options and put a check mark in Game mode. Restart the WinTV application for the change to take effect.

WinTV v8 Installation Problems

Some virus software will prevent the WinTV application from completing the installation. If you find this, you will need to temporarily disable the virus sofware.

Here are a couple of virus applications and how to disable them:

  • AVG: 1) Right-click the AVG icon in the system tray next to the clock. 2) Click Temporarily disable AVG protection. 3) Choose how long you want the protection to be disabled and whether to disable the Firewall as well 4) then click OK.

I am getting a black screen in WinTV, or I'm seeing choppy video images. What can cause this?

There are two main reasons why you might see a black window:

TV Signal strength:. If the TV signal strength is on the edge of being too low, you might see either a black screen where the live TV picture should be, or your live TV picture might be choppy. Also, be sure that the incoming signal from your video source is working properly.

Graphic display adapter related: The video graphics acceleration mode can cause choppy live video or possibly cause a black screen where the live TV picture should be. To optimize the video graphics mode, in the WinTV v7 application go to Settings and look under Video Renderer. EVR is the default setting. Try VMR 7, VMR 9, or overlay for better results. You may also try placing a check mark in “Use hardware acceleration when possible”.

 

If there is still no improvement, enabling extended logging in WinTV and emailing the log files to tech support will help in troubleshooting the problem. (To obtain extended logs, first go to Settings/Advanced options. Enable extended logging, exit WinTV and reopen it for the change to take effect).  

What video format will WinTV record in?

There are two types of recordings WinTV v8 will make: recordings from digital TV and recordings from analog TV.

Recordings from digital TV (ATSC, DVB or QAM) stay in the original digital TV format and in the original video quality. WinTV will save the recordings in a transport stream format (.TS extension). These files may be converted to MPEG2 using options in the WinTV Configuration menu.

When recording from analog TV (NTSC or PAL), recordings are made using MPEG2. You can choose the quality of your analog recordings in the Settings menu under Capture and then Default Analog Recording Quality.

What software can I use to edit & burn the recorded files from WinTV?

When recording digital TV, all recordings are made in whatever format your digital TV is being transmitted in. For example, ATSC is transmitted as MPEG-2 and therefore WinTV recordings will be MPEG-2. The files will be .TS files.

When recording from analog video or analog TV, WinTV will record MPEG-2 video using a .TS format. To edit your videos, you can use any software editor that can work with .TS files or MPEG-2 files

What file size will the recorded videos be?

Digital Broadcasts (ATSC or QAM)

The file size of a digital signal capture depends on the bitrate of the digital signal.  The bitrate is set by the broadcaster and cannot be user configured. Bitrates for digital signals can range anywhere from about 1.2 Mbits/sec up to 19.3 Mbits/sec. Most of the time these bitrates are variable and not constant. Capture sizes for ATSC & QAM recordings range from approximately 1.7 Gigabytes per hour up to 8.3 Gigabytes per hour.

Analog TV or analog video

The WinTV application converts analog signals to digital in order to record. There are four recording profiles. The following list shows recording file sizes for burning to 4.3Gb DVD:

Best - Approx 1 Hour+
Better - Approx 1 1/2 Hours
Good - Approx 2 Hours
Fair - Approx 3 Hours

How do I scan for FM radio channels? And once I have scanned for FM radio, how do I find these radio stations in WinTV?

On those WinTV products with FM radio, you can scan for FM radio channels:

  • click the Setup button (gear button) on the lower left hand side of the WinTV app
  • click the Device tab
  • Choose your WinTV product, and then click Tuner setup
  • you should see a list of video and audio sourcs available on your Hauppauge TV tuner. Click Analog FM Radio and then Next
  • under Stations, select either Automatic Scan if you want the WinTV application to scan for FM radio stations, or Manual Entry if you want to enter your FM radio stations one at a time
  • then click Next to start the FM radio scan
  • the scan is complete when the message Scan complete is displayed
  • click Next and Next and you will be back to the main WinTV application
  • to select your FM radio channel, right click your mouse in the TV window and select Find Channel. You will see your FM radio channels at the end of your channel list.

How can I see the WinTV v8 channel list all the time?

You can display the TV and FM radio channel list all the time by Right Clicking on the live WinTV v8 window to bring up Find channel. You will see the Channel list (see picture below).

In the upper right hand corner of the Channel list is a small "pin" icon. Click this icon to "pin" your channel list to the WinTV v8 window.

Keyboard shortcuts

  • Ctrl A Aspect ratio
    Ctrl D Display the video and audio format of the TV program
    Ctrl F Freeze the video
    Ctrl Z Open TV Scheduler
    Ctrl O View program details (digital TV program, where provided in the broadcast)
    Ctrl S Display subtitles
    Ctrl W Full screen toggle
    Alt F Open File menu for playback
    Alt M Open the Task Menu
    Alt P Previous channel
    Ctrl Q Pause
    Ctrl P Play
    Alt R Record
    Alt S Stop
    Alt T Start TV
    Ctrl C Catch up
    Ctrl > Skip ahead
    Ctrl < Skip back

Problems running the WinTV application on Windows Server

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Since the Xbox One launch back in November 2013 Microsoft have been bombarded with feedback about the under TV powerhouse.. People wanted expansion to the Xboxes already mammoth feature list! Well Microsoft listened, and this week announced the very latest addition to the accessory list.

The Xbox One digital TV tuner is a £24.99 accessory which promises to bring live TC and OneGuide to the much-loved console.

The accessory is due to be released in UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain in October this year. It connects to the Xbox using a standard USB cable and provides digital terrestrial TV via a standard aerial coax connection. The tuner will support the common digital TV standards; DVB-T, DVB-T2 and DVB-C.

Whats more, if you already own the massively popular Xbox kinenct accessory the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner will support voice activation and commands!

 

  • Watch HD TV on Xbox One: With the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner, you can watch free-to-air DVB-T, DVB-T2 and DVB-C television channels without changing TV inputs. You can receive game invitations and notifications while watching TV and even watch TV while you wait for a multiplayer match to start.
  • TV Viewing in Snap Mode: You can watch TV using the Snap mode, watching TV on the side and leaving the main screen for games, Skype, or other applications.
  • Pause Live TV: Pause your favorite show when you get up to take a break.
  • TV Listings in the OneGuide: TV listings will be available in the OneGuide. From anywhere, say “Xbox show guide, what’s on BBC One?” to quickly navigate directly to that channel’s listings*.
  • Favorite Channels in the OneGuide: Create your own personal Favorites in the OneGuide so you can easily choose what you want to watch.
  • Channel Tuning by Voice: The OneGuide allows you to call out your favorite TV channel by name and start watching it instantly*.
  • The OneGuide on Xbox SmartGlass: Now you have access to the full OneGuide on the new Xbox SmartGlass app with the ability to tune channels on your TV.
  • TV On Demand: TV listings in the OneGuide will indicate which shows are available on demand from video apps.

 

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On the E3 open day this year, Sony announced the up and coming release of the nearly named ‘Smart’ media streaming device Sony Playstation TV. Shawn Layden took full advantage of the E3 conference footfall and media coverage to unveil the new hardware to the world.

The unit was originally launched last year in Japan as the Sony PS Vita TV.

The “Playstation TV” is expected to retail at around $99, although no sign of localised pricing has yet been announced. Sony are working hard to have the units on retailers shelves in both the US and Canada for autumn this year, with a wider launch expected shortly afterwards.

You can watch Shawn from Sony unveil Playstation TV here:

Despite Sony being a flagship brand in the home user entertainment market, this unit is going to have to bring something pretty special to the table considering it’s taking on manufactures such as:

Apple – Now in it’s “Third Generation”, Apple have sold over 20 million units since the initial release of the very first Apple TV on the market.

Roku – Roku have a vast array of media streaming options, and statistics suggest they have sold 8 million units to date.

Google – Fairly new to the media streaming world, the Chromecast is already flying off the shelves.

Amazon – Another new contender in the already crowded steaming media market.

The device will follow the suit of earlier market share winners, and allow for content from a variety of devices to be wirelessly steamed to owners TV’s with minimal setup. Where the Playstation TV differs, is it will also allow to games from your PS4 on a second TV, Also you’ll be able to play games from the PS Vita platform – as long as you a Sony controller.

It’s expected to also integrate tightly with the up and coming Sony Now service, which will give hardcore gamers access to old Sony titles of days gone by.

The introduction of such a flurry of ‘budget’ smart boxes, allow owners of older TV’s to gain ‘smart’ functionality with little outlay. Most of the above boxes can be purchased for approximately $99/£99.

Although the market seems fairly saturated with devices, Sony’s appeal to the gaming market will probably put it in good stead. I feel confident in saying those who have previously owned Sony tech will sway more towards their TV unit compared to the others on the market.

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January 13th, 2011 – SPB Software, a leading mobile software developer has announced that its major solution SPB TV is now also available for desktop. As the best in class TV for mobile devices SPB TV has already gained popularity among the smartphone owners. The numbers confirm this: this month SPB TV has reached the 3 million users milestone, and it doesn’t include the subscribers of 4 mobile operators worldwide that have already deployed SPB TV based mobile TV solutions. With the launch of the desktop version, it becomes possible to have the same user experience on desktop, tablets and smartphones. And the users may choose which way of watching SPB TV is the most convenient for them.

SPB TV for desktop is available in several modes. It’s enough to type http://tv.spb.com in the address bar to start watching it online. SPB TV can be accessed in all major browsers: Firefox, IE, Chrome, Opera and Safari. The browser mode allows to switch between channels, browse the integrated TV guide to see the current and upcoming TV programs, switch to the full-screen mode and control the volume level. It also shows the channels of the user’s previous choice. It is possible to install SPB TV on Windows PC or Mac and enjoy the convenient and easy-to-use interface launching it on the desktop in the out-of-browser mode.

Out-of-browser mode allows the user to switch to the compact mode and to the full screen mode. The compact mode is an on-screen window that can be chosen to stay always on top of the windows so that the user could combine watching the favorite TV shows with browsing in the Internet or working. The full screen mode is on the contrary for those who want to be fully engaged in the TV-watching process and have a real TV experience. Video-on-demand channels are another option in addition to the live streaming.

Mobile Operators will now have an opportunity to provide the full-service solution including not only SPB TV for mobile devices on Android, iPhone/iPad, Symbian, Windows Mobile, BlackBerry, bada, Maemo and WebOS platforms but also SPB TV for tablets, Macs, Windows PCs and netbooks

Main Features:

  • TV Everywhere: desktop, mobile, tablet
  • Windows and Mac compatible
  • In and Out of Browser modes
  • Updates automatically
  • Compact view

Pricing and Availability

The SPB TV Desktop requires Silverlight 4 and is compatible with Mac OS X and Windows. SPB TV Desktop is free of charge and can be watched in most popular browsers or installed on the desktop.

Further Information

Watch SPB TV Desktop
SPB TV product page
SPB TV Desktop description page

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St. Petersburg, May 6th, 2009 – Spb Software, a leading maker of mobile applications, today announces the amendment of Spb TV channels catalogue with over 40 new mobile TV channels. The majority of the newly added channels were suggested by Spb TV users. Today, approximately one hundred of international mobile TV channels are available via Spb TV.

Spb TV is a subscription-free mobile IPTV viewer, designed for tuning in to publicly available digital TV channels from all over the world. A downloadable software client, Spb TV makes a wide range of international live TV channels available for viewing directly on Windows Mobile phones. Spb TV does not only provide users with access to a world of live TV streaming on the go, but it offers exclusive on-screen controls and an integrated TV guide. Spb TV supports fast channels switching, use of intelligent stream correction, picture-in-picture mode, and export of show reminders into Outlook, brining the genuine TV watching experience onto mobile. Spb TV requires a high speed mobile data connection which may be available via 3G, Wi-Fi, or WiMax networks.

Among the recently added channels are Comedy Time, Chick Comedy, and Comedy Time Latino. According to Comedy Time, it is the number one viewed comedy channel on a mobile platform.

New channels to be added to the Spb TV catalogue can be suggested here:
http://www.spbsoftwarehouse.com/pocketpc-software/tv/suggest-channel.html

Pricing and Availability

Spb TV 1.0 is compatible with Windows Phones running on Windows Mobile 5 and later Professional and Standard platforms, qVGA, VGA, Square QVGA, and WVGA screen resolutions are supported. Spb TV 1.0 has a full and a freeware versions, with the freeware version limited in features and number of channels available. Spb TV requires a reliable 3G, WiMax or WiFi network connection for proper streaming. Full version of Spb TV is available for 14.95 USD at www.SpbSoftwareHouse.com.

Further Information and Downloads

Spb TV web page (Pocket PC)
Spb TV web page (Smartphones)

Spb TV screenshots page (Pocket PC)
Spb TV screenshots page (Smartphones)

Spb TV evaluation copy downloading page (Pocket PC)
Spb TV evaluation copy downloading page (Smartphones)

About Spb Software (www.spbsoftwarehouse.com)

Spb is a leading brand in mobile software, standing for a unique line of popular consumer products and partnerships with the world’s most innovative handset makers and wireless carriers. The popularity of Spb’s solutions rests on profound usability research, relevance to valid subscriber needs and smartphone use cases, as well as superior technical implementation, stability, and quality graphic design.

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If you followed my other (tiny) tutorial on creating a mediacenter then you should now have your PC linked to your TV.

If youre a fan of Singstar and similar games for the consoles, then you may like this… An open source (free) karaoke game for your pc!

[QUOTE]A free and open source karaoke game inspired by the Singstar™ game available on the Playstation®. It allows up to six players to sing along with music using microphones in order to score points, depending on the pitch of the voice and the rhythm of singing[/QUOTE]

Download

Windows

UltraStar Deluxe Installer (10 MB) (If you´re not sure, use this one):
With possibility to download 40 songs and some additional themes

UltraStar Deluxe ZIP (22MB) – With three songs and additional themes
UltraStar Deluxe ZIP Lite (13,6MB) – without songs and extra themes

Linux / Mac OS X

There is no pre build package available yet, but this version is known to work well in Wine – a tutorial can be found in the USDX Wiki here.

Links of interest

Linux getting started guide – Forum thread
Linux compiling guide – Wiki

Mac OS X Snapshot version – Forum thread with dmg file
Mac OS X the actual progress – Forum thread
Mac OS X working UltraStar – Eddie (the author) has joined our team, this his old project (NonDeluxe!)

Additional Content

Themes – More Eyecandy

Plug ins – For more game modes in the party mode

Songs – Different songs either released under Creative Commons licenses or where the project obtained the permission to distribute them

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Are you getting error messages 'TV Tuner not available' or getting a message 'Unable to locate capture filter' after installing a Windows 10 update?

This is a known "feature" of the new release of Windows 10, related to video cameras but also affecting TV tuners and video recorders.

The latest versions of WinTV v8.5, WinTV v8 and Hauppauge Capture automatically update the Windows 10 drivers to fix this error message. If you need to manually fix this, click here.

Questions or problems? Please contact Hauppauge support at: support@hauppauge.co.uk

  • Prodinfo: get information on your Hauppauge TV tuner

    Prodinfo.exe is a program you can run which will extract information about the WinTV product you have installed such as model and serial number, MAC address, revision, and features which can be used to identify the exact model of your product. The driver for the device must be installed in order to run Prodinfo.exe

  • HCWClear: remove all driver and files that were installed

    HCWCLEAR.exe is a program you run to remove all driver and files that were installed with the installation of the WinTV application.

  • Rescan for TV channels

Windows 10 requires special drivers to avoid errors during the Hauppauge product installation. The latest versions of WinTV v10, WinTV 8.5, WinTV v8 and Hauppauge Capture include these drivers. But if you are looking just for the Windows 10 driver, these are updated drivers which can be used with Windows 10.

WinTV and HD PVR Drivers

  • WinTV-dualHD and WinTV-soloHD
  • WinTV-NOVA-S2, PCTV 461e
  • WinTV-HVR-935C, WinTV-HVR-955Q, WinTV-HVR-950Q
  • Xbox One TV tuner (ATSC)
  • WinTV-HVR-2255, WinTV-HVR-2200, WinTV-HVR-2250
  • WinTV-HVR-1955, WinTV-HVR-1950
  • WinTV-quadHD PCIe, Starburst 2, WinTV-HVR-12xx, WinTV-HVR-1700, WinTV-HVR-1500, WinTV-HVR-1400
  • WinTV-HVR-55xx, WinTV-HVR-44xx, WinTV-HVR-33xx
  • ImpactVCB-e
  • HD PVR 2 (all models)
  • Colossus2
  • HD PVR 60
  • WinTV-NOVA-S-USB2, WinTV-NOVA-HD-USB2
  • WinTV-Nova-T stick, WinTV-Duet, WinTV-Nova-TD
  • USB-Live2
  • WinTV-HVR-900 (65xxx), WinTV-HVR-950 (65xxx), WinTV-HVR-850 (65xxx), WinTV-HVR-850 (111xxx)
  • WinTV-Ministick, WinTV-Ministick2
  • WinTV-HVR-1110

PCTV Windows Drivers

PCTV 292e, 461e

How to find the product code of your Hauppauge product:

Hauppauge product codes on WinTV internal boards are normally found on the TV tuner. This is a five digit number normally followed by a revision (REV). You need to look at the first two numbers to determine the product type. The other numbers are related to the accessories which are on the product.

On the USB TV tuners and other "boxes", the product code is normally on a label on the bottom of the case.

All of our products have their name written on the front of the packaging however, if you no longer have this you can find the product name by using the Hauppauge 5/6 digit model number on your product and the "Quick product finder" on the right to look it up.

Simply type in your 5/6 digit model number and click on the product name that appears.

Finding the model number on a USB product:

On USB products the model number can be found on the under side of the unit on a white label, simply turn the unit upside-down and locate the white label (Note: You do not need to turn the computer off to do this however some units may have multiple cables attached so caution is advised to avoid cables becoming disconnected or snagged).

Finding the model number on a PCI/PCI-e product:

On PCI/PCI-e products the model number can be found on a white label located on the silver box on the card, you will need to turn off your computer and open the case to examin the board, you may also need to remove the board from the computer to be able to view the label easily. (Note: Make sure you turn the computer off before opening the case, also make sure the board is reinserted into the same slot once you have examind it).


The SDK simplifies the development of TV applications in .NET. The SDK makes it easy for applications to perform functions like querying the available channels, start watching a channel in an application supplied window, pause/play, adjust volume, display OSD graphics, record live tv to a file, etc.

The SDK is provided under NDA and can be requested at support@hauppauge.com or sdk@hauppauge.co.uk


Click here for the support contact form


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