PC DVB Card

leonardwolk

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I was just wondering about some things concerning DVB cards, so all you guys with a card, or without, would it not be quite easy to watch non-FTA channels with it? I mean, it would not be that hard to write a application that acts as a software-CAM, with mounted hex-files or wathever you want, no more cards needed, no more expensive card writers, BUT live code updates via internet.

I don't own a DVB card, and i would never decrypt a channel which is encrypted withot paying for it, because it supports anarchism, and I'm not really a fan of it.

I just thought that the sat-piracy world would explode with a software like this, maybe there already are softwares for this purpose. A DVB card is not really expensive anymore, I saw one for 49.99 Euro in germany.

With changing technologies, chaniging encryptions, normally new CAMS and sometimes new hardware is needed, with a DVB card you simply just download the latest software and your evening is rescued.

Leonard
 

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Have a look down the threads in this section Leonard, all of your questions will be answered, :)
 

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Originally posted by rolfw
Have a look down the threads in this section Leonard, all of your questions will be answered, :)
Oh sorry for posting in the wrong section!
 

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No problem Leonard, there are some interesting threads regarding the use of Satellite DVB cards and Emulation software, Multidec is one of the better known ones.

You'll find that the cheapo cards are not normally compatible with this software.
 
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