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Enjoy Private TV World on Windows Media Center with Compro VideoMate Vista E650F PCIe TV Card

  • 01 April, 2009 18:47

<p>Compro VideoMate easily gives you options to decide watching DVB-T or Analog TV shows on your desktop PC. Compro VideoMate Vista E650F, a PCIe TV/FM tuner card which supports watching / recording DVB-T TV or universal analog TV in Windows Media Center of Windows Vista Premium/Ultimate on your desktop.</p>
<p>VideoMate Vista E650F comes with Microsoft certified remote control. It is easy to control Windows Media Center and ComproDTV 4 without using your mouse. ComproDTV 4 is Compro’s self-developed software for TV watching, recording and timeshifting. It features universal analog TV or free-to-air 1080i HDTV quality digital TV watching/recording, channel surfing, timeshifting, still frames capture, Transport Stream recording and playback in digital TV, the custom channel order creating and exclusive S5 (shutdown)/ S4 (hibernation) /S3 (standby) mode power up scheduled recording. ComproDTV 4 also can simultaneously operate, viewing or recording, multiple Compro TV tuner devices on the same machine, internal and external.</p>
<p>To enhance the usability of Windows Vista and Windows Media Center, VideoMate Vista E650F also provides many convenient functions. The Vista Gadget tool allows users to watch live TV, check schedule and playback list directly on the Vista sidebar. The DTV Add-In function makes the Windows Media Center more powerful by integrating it with ComproDTV 4. The schedule recording list from Windows Media Center can be integrated to ComproDTV 4 for an easier schedule recording control.
In addition, VideoMate Vista E650F is bundled with the Ulead DVD MovieFactory 5 SE for DVD authoring. With the Microsoft certified remote control for Windows Media Center and many incredible features, VideoMate Vista E650F is absolutely the cleverest choice to turn your PC into a digital home entertainment center.</p>
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<p>Steve Grant / National Marketing Manager / www.anyware.com.au</p>
<p>Sharon Chen / Marketing Communication Specialist / www.comprousa.com</p>

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