but you can only watch/record what you are watching, unless you get
multiple encoding cards.
there was a slight delay when using the sky remote to change channels /
view listings etc.
i just set it to us-bcast and let it scan, it picked up the sky channel
freq as channel 69, i think, and that was it .
Philip Trickett (List) wrote:
> Along this vein, has anyone here tried plutohome?
>>http://plutohome.com/>> Looks quite nice.
>> I am looking to set up a HTPC, and was thinking of using Pluto.
>> James, was it a PITA using the sky digibox or was it quite easy?
>> On Thu, 2007-02-15 at 12:53 +0000, jhallam wrote:
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