Hauppauge 1212 Hd Pvr Software

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I have two Hauppauge model 1212 units, one is two years old, the other
about 18 months. In the past 6 months I've been having increasing
frequency of recording failures and the sudden freeze-ups you're all so
familiar with. They are connected to two Dell Inspiron laptops, one
a model N7010 and the other an N7110, one an Nvidia GeForce GT
525M, the other an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470, all drivers up-to-date.
They both run 64-bit Windows 7 Home Premium with 6 gigs of RAM.
I never record any 1080p, no gaming sessions, and I only record
720 x 480 movies off my satellite using the medium or 'better' bitrate
of 6 Mbps in Total Media Extreme. Typical recording is a half-hour
TV sit-com, longest is a two-hour movie.
I have recently replaced both power bricks with the D-Link AF1805-A
adapters. I have ordered a couple more of the D-Links and also a couple
more of the entire Hauppauge 1212 itself, as I figure they'll stop making
them in the near future and I haven't heard of any alternative system.
I haven't added any fan modifications, but both units are running with the
top lids fully removed, standing upright to allow full ventilation through the
cooling slots on the bottom of the units. I have even tried redirecting the
video to two external Acer 22' monitors while recording to take some load
off the CPU and video cards. None of these efforts seem to have made
any difference. If I set both units to record the same channel on my two
satellite receivers, there's a 50 / 50 chance one of them will get through
an hour-long recording without stopping at any random time while recording.
Next I'll try just clamping the two units together upright in the air flow from
a table fan. But I'm starting to question whether this will make any difference
and wondering if the units are just reaching the end of their life cycle. It
reminds me of the transistor radios of the 60s and 70s with condensers
soldered to the circuit boards. They all sounded great at first but within a
few years the sound quality deteriorated and they all ended up in the garbage.
Would love to know if any of you has an older vintage Hauppauge 1212 from
maybe 2008 or earlier, and what you've done to get it to record reliably again.
This is a great forum, thank you all for your stories and experiences, it's
reassuring to know I'm not alone in my frustration.

Product Information

The HD PVR support for Windows Media Center allows you to use the HD PVR to watch, pause and record high definition TV under Windows 7 Media Center from a cable TV or satellite set top box. It operates in a similar way as other Hauppauge TV tuners for Windows Media Center, but the HD PVR records in high definition using H.264 encoding. Is the Hauppauge HD-PVR 1212 on of the supported platforms? I just bought one and I can't use the remote with the software it came with. They recommended I go buy something for $95, but free.99 is a much better price. Awesome price for the Hauppauge HD PVR unit, as long as you have component outputs available. You should be aware that the more expensive models with HDMI input clearly state that they do not work with HDCP copy-protected content (i.e., most of what you would want to record from your set-top TV box or movie player). Hauppauge hd pvr free download - Hauppauge WinTV PVR - USB, Video:Hauppauge WinTV PVR 150, HD PVR Remote, and many more programs. Sep 21, 2008  I had my concerns about the Hauppauge 1212 HD PVR. First, it lost Media Center support (thanks to Microsoft gutting H.264 from TV Pack 2008 at the last minute). Then, it got delayed a lot. But, when it comes to capturing HD video, there aren’t a lot of choices out there.

  • The Hauppauge HD-PVR is a high definition, personal video recorder receiver. It lets you record movies, TV programs, videos, and video games. These are all recorded in real time, as you play them. You can save and record your videos with the USB cord that connects direct into your computer. Even if your videos are on a set top box, the Hauppauge receive delivers honest high definition. The Hauppauge receiver supports a 1080i audio input, ideal for recording in high definition. This ensures great quality for your recordings. With the Hauppauge HD-PVR you can record up to 2 hours on one single Blu-Ray disc. The Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound audio input gives your recordings high quality sound. Recordings can be auto-recorded, manual-recorded, or simultaneous-recorded.

Product Identifiers

  • Hauppauge
  • 1212
  • 0785428012124, 0007854280121
  • HD PVR 1212
  • 97211007

Product Key Features

  • Stereo Audio L/R RCA, SPDIF x 1, Component x 1, S-Video, Digital Audio Optical x 1
  • 480p, 1080i, 576p, 576i, 480i, 720p


Hauppauge Hd Pvr

  • 1.2lb.
  • 7.8in.
  • 2.8in.
  • 6.8in.

Additional Product Features

Hauppauge Hd Pvr Windows 10


Hauppauge Hd Pvr 1212 Software Download

  • Composite X 1, S-Video X 1, Component X 1, Analog Audio X 1
  • HD DVR
  • Satellite, Cable
  • Manual Record, Simultaneous Record and Play, Auto Record
  • USB Port
  • HD Digital
  • Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo, Dolby Digital