New Sky Analogue hack

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A new version of the Videocrypt hack "HVC" has been released to the public domain (freeware).

News and downloadable at this site:
http://www.sat-update.com/
Direct download link at that site: http://www.inet.hr/~samudrin/Main/HVCP100.ZIP

Actual HVC homepage: http://www.hvcplus.cjb.net/
This site contains a host of links, readme files, beta downloads and (up to beta 0.70) source code.
Direct download link at that site:
http://members.nbci.com/_XMCM/no_operation/hVCPlus/100/hVCP100.zip

System requirements (extract from the v1.00 readme file):

- CPU with MMX-support.
- TV card with Video-for-Windows drivers. WDM drivers wont work.
Cards with BT848, BT849, BT878 or BT879 for optimum image quality recommended.
- Main memory. Starting with 32Mb, depends on the operating system. For DelayLoop output, additional 12-50Mb, depending on the resolution, required.
- Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000.
- Full-Duplex sound card for DelayLoop output.
- Videocrypt-encrypted TV program (note: from direct feed or via tape recording).
- PAL TV system for color and optimum decoding quality


I have not tried HVC myself (a PC TV card is needed and I don't have one) but am interested to hear the experiences of anyone who has.

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sataddiction

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hi.
i used another program called multidec_vc and all sky channels were decoded but with crap quality. The picture keeps moving about.
 
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