new in this version 1.66E
install package of v1.66 also includes the drivers for the MyHD
and the MyHD USB IR receiver, and you can install the application and the
drivers using this package at once.
- Closed captioning is supported. Both the DTV caption (EIA-708)
caption (EIA-608) data can be decoded. You can enable the closed
in the CC setup tab or by pressing the CAPTION button of the IR
MyHD driver v1.66 Changes
can install, update or uninstall the drivers using the
"MyHD_DrvInst.exe" in the driver directory.
- Closed captioning is supported.
- The sub-channel only recording is performed with constant
new in this version 1.65.2
The install package of v1.65.2 includes the drivers for the MyHD card
and the MyHD USB IR receiver allowing one step installation of
- Fixed problem tuning to an analog channel which is not in the channel list, it is
regarded as a digital channel even though it is tuned as an analog
channel. In this case, the channel is displayed as NO SIGNAL and muting
the audio does not work.
- Corrected problem tuning to a digital channel not tuning
properly if it is not in the channel list.
- Fixed driver problem of the inability of MyHD to switch to a different type of audio stream from the audio
selection menu because the mixed audio type was not taken into account in the driver.
- The MyHD application lists AC-3 audio streams only in the audio
selection menu in the last version. MPEG, AAC, DTS also will be included and the stream type of the audio
will be displayed in the audio selection menu in this version.
- Fixed the lack of audio type in the OSD and control panel when
MPEG audio type used.
- Fixed displaying of incorrect audio type n the control panel when no audio
new in previous version 1.65.1
New TitanTV interface for cable channels.
feature is to overcome the problem of not being able to extract
program guide/virtual channel data from a cable system and to build a
digital virtual channel list that will match the high numbers used for
digital cable channels in your service area by extracting virtual
channel data from TitanTV.
It is highly recommended that you perform a new (clean) QAM channel
scan after installing this software and before using TitanTV Guide the
first time. Go to TitanTV and setup the digital channel guide for your
cable service provider.
Because this software uses a higher bit depth for channel numbers you
must perform a new (clean) channel scan for both 8VSB and QAM
channels. Your old channel scans and FAV channels list will not work
properly with this software and will cause other problems like not
adding recording to the file play list.
Select one of the high numbered digital channels that is unencrypted
and select the “Record” button. A new TitanTV Helper Application
will open that will show the high virtual channel number and a drop
down menu labeled “Active Channel”. From the Active Channel menu
select the physical (RF) major and sub channel that corresponds to the
virtual channel selected from TitanTV.
Select OK to add the reservation capture to the schedule and the
helper app will pop-up the following dialog;
“ Do you want to update the virtual channel number of the selected
Then the channel will be selected automatically next time.”
Selecting “Yes” will add the new virtual channel number to the
existing channel list. Schedule a recording for all unencrypted
channels will build a virtual channel list that matches your cable
provider and be displayed on the OSD and Control Panel. After adding a
virtual channel by scheduled recording you can delete the recording
from the Reservation Capture list.
2. Sub Channel Recording
is a user selectable option (Capture Setup tab > Capture Mode >
Detail Options > Capture Sub Channel Only check box) to record only
the tuned sub-channels reducing data transfer bandwidth and storage
space and also enables D-VHS tape recording of QAM channels.
TimeShift does not currently supported sub channel recording.
This is a temporary test feature until MIT and company are finished
with more advanced code to overcome shortcomings of simplistic
transport stream stripping. This version may not properly display the
correct recorded program time for variable bit rate (VRB) streams that
do not comply with the ATSC standards. If the TS bitrate is not
consistent over the stream (CBR), MyHD is not supposed to do FF/REW
because the amount of jump cannot be determined properly. For this
software MIT has enabled FF/REW for non-CBR streams so your time jumps
will be somewhere in the ballpark within the incorrect clock time. In
a later version MIT will add sub channel recording with CBR.
NOTE: All MPEG2 video encoders are VBR and some vary more than
others. Fox-HD varies the most so you will have bigger displayed time
errors and may have problems recording to D-VHS tape.
The OSD EPG has been changed to display any transmitted guide data for
all channels in the FAV Channel list regardless of Antenna input. Some
cable systems may include guide data for retransmitted OTA channels
(and some don’t) so now guide data from both will be displayed.
The OSD EPG now displays the antenna input for the selected channel in
addition to the channel VCN (virtual channel number) such as (1) 12-1
or (2) 378, assuming cable is on Ant2.
Actions within the OSD EPG have changed when pressing the OK button.
When called using the Guide button the EPG OSD will open to the tuned
sub channel. If you scroll to another channel and press the OK button
that channel will be tuned. Another press of the OK button updates the
EPG data for that sub channel only