Software for a TV being pictured on my PC

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Hello everyone! I have my whole hardware to be assembled this weekend. It consist of 500GB of SATA hard drive, an AMD Liano 3650 processor, and a memory of 4GB RAM and as a basis, I installed Windows 7 64-bit . Now my question is what is today’s best possible software that is fast to get a TV being pictured? Does it need to be connected to a DVB-T Stick? I want to know if an HTPC is mainly for watching TV, high definition video, and YouTube, listening to music, and surfing the net. Optionally, I no longer need the Microsoft’s Windows interface, but it doesn’t mean that I do not have to see anything. I would like it to appear preferably in TV mode, once the computer starts up as soon as possible in the appropriate application, the DVB-T picture is quite blurry and can I adjust the software smaller? Are there any best procedures for this? I need help. Thanks everyone.

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Software for a TV being pictured on my PC



Hi Ernie,

There are many software available online doesn't need a PC – TV card. This is streamed through the internet, just like pldtwatchpad where you can watch cable tv live using your internet. The only requirement for this is only an internet access fast enough to support down streaming.

If you have a fast internet connection we can assure you the superior audio and video quality will be maximized. You can also watch a regular TV series, New and Sports for free. The full – screen mode will be available for 1 Mbps. This software comes with free automatic TV stations and updates time to time. This internet television software program can accommodate 2000 online channels daily for free without a monthly cable TV charge as long as you have a fast connection. 

Free satellite TV software is the most latest if you have a 5 Mbps connection. This software gives a vast selection of satellite TV channels, movies streamed to your PC.

As you mentioned that DVB-t is kind of blurry yes it is, the requirement for DVB-t is low compare to satellite TV and PC-TV, that's the reason why is kind of blurry.


John West

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