ENUTV-DVB-S
DVB-S USB TV Tuner
(USB DVB-S Video Capture Box / Personal Video Recorder)
ENUTV-DVB-S Series
User’s Guide
Version 1.0
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Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction ..................................................................................................................4
1.1 - Package Contents ...........................................................................................................4
1.2 - System Requirements .....................................................................................................4
Chapter 2: Getting Started..............................................................................................................5
2.1 - ENUTV-DVB-S Hardware Installation...........................................................................5
2.2 - Device Driver Installation ..............................................................................................6
2.3 - Install the DirectX® .......................................................................................................7
2.4 - Install the ENUTV-DVB-S Application. .........................................................................8
Chapter 3: Launch the ENUTV-DVB-S Program .........................................................................10
3.1 LNB Setting ...................................................................................................................11
3.1.1 Load Satellite ..............................................................................................................11
3.1.2 Add Satellite ................................................................................................................13
3.1.3 Modify Satellite...........................................................................................................13
3.1.4 Delete Satellite ............................................................................................................14
3.1.5 DiSEqC Setting ...........................................................................................................14
3.2 Channel Scanning...........................................................................................................15
3.3 Transponder Parameters..................................................................................................16
3.4 IP Receiver .....................................................................................................................17
Chapter 4: Application Programs..................................................................................................19
4.1 Capture...........................................................................................................................19
4.2 Record Scheduler ...........................................................................................................19
4.3 EPG................................................................................................................................20
4.4 System Setting................................................................................................................20
4.5 Function buttons overview..............................................................................................21
Chapter 5: Using the Remote Control...........................................................................................22
Chapter 6: Trouble Shooting ........................................................................................................23
6.1 Hardware trouble shooting:.............................................................................................23
6.2 Software trouble shooting: ..............................................................................................23
Chapter 7: Technical Support .......................................................................................................23
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Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 - Package Contents
The following items are included in the ENUTV-DVB-S package.
CD Setup Disc (includes Software Driver and Utility Software)
ENUTV-DVB-S device
Remote Controller
Power adapter
User’s Guide or Quick Installation Guide
1.2 - System Requirements
IBM PC or compatible
USB2.0 compliant interface
Intel Pentium IV 2.0GHz CPU or higher processor (Recommended)
Minimum 256 MB memory
Minimum 1GB hard disk space available
VGA card supports DirectX 9.0c or above
SoundBlaster compatible sound card
One free USB host
Microsoft Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2
CD-ROM drive for driver and software installation
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
2.1 - ENUTV-DVB-S Hardware Installation
Step1: Connect the USB port of PC and DVB-S device with USB cable
Step2: Connect satellite signal to DVB-S
Step3: Connect power socket and power the device on
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 2.2 - Device Driver Installation
Before You Begin
Make sure that the product is actually installed. (For more information, please refer to
Hardware Installation in the previous section.)
Turn on or restart your computer.
Place the software CD-ROM that comes with the ENUTV-DVB-S in the CD-ROM drive.
Then follow the on-screen installation guide below.
Device driver installation for Windows® XP Home/Professional Edition
1. When the computer has been powered on
for the very first time during the setup, a
message “Found New Hardware Wizard”
dialogue box will appear on the screen.
Click “Cancel” button to close “Found New
Hardware Wizard” window.
2. Insert the ENUTV-DVB-S setup CD-ROM
into the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive, the
“Driver & Utilities” setup screen will
appear. Click “Install Driver” button.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3. Make sure the “Complete” radio button is
selected then click “Next”
4. Click “Install” to begin install driver.
2.3 - Install the DirectX®
Microsoft DirectX® allows 3D hardware acceleration support in Windows® 98, 2000,
Windows® XP/64 bits and Windows Vista™ 32-bit/64-bit. For software MPEG support in
Windows 98, you must first install Microsoft DirectX®, and then a MPEG compliant video
player. Follow the installation steps below to install MS DirectX®.
1. Insert the installation CD-ROM into the
CD-ROM drive. The setup screen will
automatically appear.
2. Click the “DirectX” button.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3. Click “Accept the agreement” radio button
then click “Next”
4. Click “Next” to confirm the installation of
DirectX
5. Click “Finish”
NOTE:
The computer will automatically restart.
Please close all programs if any and save
files if needed before hitting the “Finish”
button.
2.4 - Install the ENUTV-DVB-S Application.
1. Install TV application on Windows XP Home/Professional Edition
1. Insert the installation CD-ROM into the
CD-ROM drive. The setup screen should
automatically appear.
2. Click the “Setup Utility”
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3. Click “Next” button to start the
ENUTV-DVB-S Installation
4. Click “Next” button to accept the default
location or choose a different folder
Note:
We recommend you not to change the default
location.
5. Install wizard will configure your new
software installation.
6. Click “Finish” button.
Note:
We recommend restarting your computer
right after the Installation Wizard.
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Chapter 3: Launch the ENUTV-DVB-S
Program
First you open the software through double clicking the icon of “DVBPlayer”
desktop. By this time, you will see a window such as the following display.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3.1 LNB Setting
In the main menu, click the right key on the mouse to display a list, and select “LNB Setting”. You
can also click the button
on the bottom-right of main menu to display the LNB Setting
window.
3.1.1 Load Satellite
In the above figure, click [Load] button to enter into Satellite loading window.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide There are many different satellites, load a default satellite in the transponder list. Click [Load]
button under the satellite item. The following picture will display on the screen. Or, you can
choose the satellite you need.
a) [Name]
Press to display the drop-down list, and select the desired satellite from the list. Input the satellite
name you want to add.
b) [DiSEqC]
The item is used to select the DiSEqC port. This is compatible with the DiSEqC 1.0 protocol.
c) [Dual Oscillator]
The Low Noise Block (LNB) is a combination of a low noise amplifier (LNA) and down converter
which built them into one device. As one LNB has limited bandwidth, so we need two LNBs, low
and high LNB. Select C band, Single or Double according to the type of dish you have. If you have
select C Band, the frequency values of low LNB is 5150. If you have single LNB mode, the
frequency values of low LNB is 11300. If you have dual LNB mode, to change the default value,
click in the [Low LNB] and [High LNB], select needed frequencies from them. In this case, [22K]
is inactive.
d) [ToneBurst]
Select [OFF] or [ON] in this column.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3.1.2 Add Satellite
Add a new satellite in the transponder list. Click [Add] button under the Satellite item and select
New again in the next submenu.
3.1.3 Modify Satellite
Click [Modify] button in the [satellite] column. The satellite parameters dialog box will appear
again.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3.1.4 Delete Satellite
Delete a satellite in the transponder list. First select the satellite and press the Del button to delete
it.
3.1.5 DiSEqC Setting
DiSEqC1.2 is a special protocol for dish motor which drives the dish to aim the satellite.
a) [East/West]
Drive the motor turn to East or West direction until unclench it or reach the limit.
b) [Software Limits]
Set the east or west limit to ensure the motor will not reach the real limit. If not set a limit, the
motor will continue to drive the dish to East or West although it can not turn east or west too
much, the load of motor will be so large that it possibly will be damaged.
c) [Position]
Input the satellite position.
d) [Angle]
Degree: Enter the degree of the satellite position on the sky.
e) [Reset]
Click the [Reset] button to drive the dish to zero position.
f) [Stop]
Click the [Stop] button to stop the motor.
g) [Close]
Click the [Close] button to exit the window.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3.2 Channel Scanning
Click the [Scan] button to display the Program Scan menu. In the menu, you can click the small
pane to select transponder under the current satellite to search channels. You can also click the
[Select All] button to select all transponder to scan channel. All the searched channels will be
displayed in the bottom of the menu.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3.3 Transponder Parameters
1. Add transponder
Add a new transponder in the transponder list. The following figure is transponder parameter
dialog box.
a) Name:
Enter the new name of the TP.
b) [Frequency (MHz)]
This box indicates the down link frequency of the current transponder.
c) [Symbol Rate (KS/s)]
This box indicates the symbol rate of the current transponder.
d) [Polarity]
This box shows the LNB power supply mode. There are [Vertical], [Horizontal] polarization and
[Disable] for your choice.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 2. Modify transponder
Click the [Modify] button in the [transponder] item. The transponder parameters dialog box will
pop up again.
3. Delete transponder
Delete a transponder in the transponder list. Select one transponder and press Del.
4. Scan
Auto search all the programs.
3.4 IP Receiver
This page shows the program table of the current transponder. You can setup the PID parameters
which the satellite service provider offers. If there is no any setting about current transponder in
transponder parameters item, all operations in this page are prohibited.
Please add new transponder before you enter the following page.
You can also double click the icon
on the desktop to display the IP Receiver window.
1. Transponder
The box shows all of the TPs under the current satellite. You can choose them.
2. Satellite
The box shows all of the selected satellites.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 3. Available PID
Show searched data PID under the current transponder in the table. (Standard PID)
4. Active PID
This item shows the current active PID.
5. PID (Hex)
Input the PID provided by your service provider.
6. Add PID
Add PID value in [PID] and in Available PID table into active PID table. It can be added to 64
PIDs at the most.
7. Delete PID
Delete the selected PID in the active PID table.
8. Filter Type
Two filter types are available: MAC filter and Dial IP filter.
MAC Filter: Filter data packets per the receiving box’s MAC address. If the destination address in
the data packet is as the same as MAC address of the box, the packets will be received. If not, the
packets won’t be received.
Dial IP Filter: Filter data packets per the IP address assigned by server.
9. Unicast and Multicast
MAC: To show the MAC address of the receiver box.
Data Rate: To show unicast and multicast data rate in unit time.
NOTE: In any circumstance the broadcast and multicast data will pass it.
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Chapter 4: Application Programs
4.1 Capture
Click the button
to open the capture dialog box. When playing, click [Capture] button to
capture one still picture and add to the capture window. Click [Save] button to store the captured
picture. Click [Delete] button to delete the selected picture from the storing folder. Click [Del ALL]
button to delete all the pictures shown on the capture window, and delete them in the storing folder.
4.2 Record Scheduler
When in playing status, click the button
to open the scheduler dialog box to create or edit
the pre-set recording tasks. Click [Add] button to add one recording channel. Click [Delete] button
to delete the recording channel. Click [Clear] button to clear the recording channel.
Note: You can set the start time and how long you want to record your favorite programs.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide When the program broadcasts to the starting time that you have established just now, the state
appears of recording and producing the
button. If you want to watch programs that you record
button, it will broadcast from TV window switch over to record programs
and produce, click
window, then select the recording program that you want to watch from right column, pressing the
right key can be loaded and recorded the file.
4.3 EPG
Just activate in playing channel status, click the
button to get EPG information of channel.
4.4 System Setting
In the main menu, click the right key on the mouse to display the system setting menu. You can
also click the “setting” on the file bar on the top of menu.
1. Path
(1) Click the Browse button to select the path of the recording file to be saved.
(2) Click the Browse button to select the path of the capturing picture to be saved.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide 2. Advanced
(1) Decoder: Click the “
” to select the MPEG decoder.
(2) Time Zone: Click the “
” to select the time zone.
4.5 Function buttons overview
1. Play
Click the button
Click the button
to play the selected channel, recording file in playing status.
to stop the selected channel, recording file in stop status.
2. Record
When playing live channel, click the button
to start recording the video.
3. Stop
When playing recording file, click the button
to stop playing file.
4. Rewind
to rewind the
When playing live channel in Time-Shifting status, click the button
Time-Shifting video buffer. And when playing recording file, rewind the file.
5. Fast Forward
When playing live channel in Time-Shifting status, click the button
to fast forward the
Time-Shifting video buffer. And when playing recording file, fast forward the file.
6. Volume
Speaker mute button.
Volume control button.
7. Lists
Click “Trans” to display all transponders.
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ENUTV-DVB-S User’s Guide Click “Sat” to display all satellites.
Click “Fav” to display all the favorite channels.
Click “All” to display all channels.
Click “V” to display all TV programs.
Click “R” to display all Radio programs.
Chapter 5: Using the Remote Control
CH: Press to adjust the channel
TAB: Press to switch among windows in the IP Data menu
VOL: Press to adjust the volume
PLAY/OK: Press to confirm the operation or show the program list
ZOOM: Press to magnify the video from the current program
MUTE: Press to suspend sound temporarily
: Press to switch between operating and stand by modes
EXIT: Return to the previous menu or escape item
CAPTURE: Press to capture one still picture and add to the capture window
: Switch back to previous channel
PAUSE: Pause/Play A/V
STOP: Press to stop recording or playing
REC: Press to start record the video
TV/F: Press to switch between playing and recording file mode
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Chapter 6: Trouble Shooting
If any trouble in installation and operation of the DVB-S, please refer to this section or contact the
after-sales service department.
6.1 Hardware trouble shooting:
If the DVB-S device can not be detected by Windows XP Home/Pro SP2 during the installation,
please check the following items:
(1) Check whether the USB jack of the PC and the USB cable is OK.
(2) Check whether the power supply is OK.
(3) Check whether the insertion of the box is OK.
(4) Check whether the golden finger of the box is clean. If not, please clean them with alcohol or
rubber in the safe condition when the power has been removed and all connections have been
unplugged. If the playing is not normally, please check whether the USB jack on PC support the
USB 2.0 HI-SPEED.
If the device does not receive signal, please check the following:
(1) Check whether the signal cable connect to the LNB IN jack.
(2) Check whether the satellite parameter is properly.
6.2 Software trouble shooting:
If the display is not playing normally, please install the USB 2.0 HI-SPEED drive.
If the display does not show the information of the current channel in the EPG window, or does not
search or play channel, please install the DirectX 8.1 or the higher versions.
Chapter 7: Technical Support
For Technical Support, Installation Hotline or Contacts, please visit our web site at
http://www.encore-usa.com
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