Creating a Compressed Copy with TV Archive on a Friday night

This weekend fellow UWHS writer fasthair gave me the secret decoder ring for our AC3 filter issue. After a quick installation, my WHS was creating copies of new Recorded TV for my Zune and placing them in my WHS Videos folder. The functionality of Windows Media Center, Windows Home Server and Zune is now working! Thank you fasthair!

Problems Transcoding Recorded HDTV and Window 7 Media Center TV Archive

I have noticed a issue people (Timothy?) are reporting when using Media Center to trans code recorded HDTV on the fly to Windows Home Server. I have a solution you might want to try....

Windows Media Center – Ceton Prime Part Two (Motherboard, CPU and Cooling Fan)

This is the second of five articles about my Windows Media Center build in anticipation of the new Ceton CableCARD tuner release. Tonight I will be discussing the motherboard, CPU and cooling fan that will be installed into the Alienware P2 Chassis.

Now We Know – WMC Movie Library Titles

Did you know that if you record a “movie” on cable TV from within your Windows Media Center it will automatically map to your Movie Library?

Sky Player for Windows Media Center Announcement

At the UK launch of Windows 7, Microsoft today announced a major partnership with Sky to add Sky Player, Sky’s online TV service, to Windows Media Center in Windows 7, creating a new and exciting way to watch live and on-demand TV from Sky on a PC.

Review of VMCMOTE

This is my first review for UsingWindowsHomeServer.com and I thought I would start by reviewing a Remote Control Media Center App called VMCMOTE.

Windows Home Server Power Pack 2 – Now Available

Today finally sees the announcement that Windows Home Server Power Pack 2, formally known as Snoqualmie, will be released tomorrow via Windows Update. Power Pack 2 is a minor release for Windows Home Server but it is also a "must have" update to Windows Home Server!

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