DrBill.TV Special – Video – How to Setup and Use the PLEX DVR with a Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card

How to select, and use a Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card in a spare PC to create a PLEX Quad-tuner DVR for Cord Cutters to record Over-the-Air TV, manage their video, movies, and other media on a Local Area networked PC system!

00:18 Selecting your tuner card
01:21 The Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card
03:00 Software included with the card and demo
04:08 TitanTV Electronic Program Guide Link
04:48 Plex Media Server software introduction and demo
06:46 Setting up the tuners from the Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD
12:13 The PLEX DVR Guide
13:00 Setting up a recording
13:56 Managing your libraries in PLEX
16:35 The need for a PLEX Pass

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DrBill.TV Special – Audio – How to Setup and Use the PLEX DVR with a Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card

How to select, and use a Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card in a spare PC to create a PLEX Quad-tuner DVR for Cord Cutters to record Over-the-Air TV, manage their video, movies, and other media on a Local Area networked PC system!

00:18 Selecting your tuner card
01:21 The Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD PCIe Card
03:00 Software included with the card and demo
04:08 TitanTV Electronic Program Guide Link
04:48 Plex Media Server software introduction and demo
06:46 Setting up the tuners from the Hauppauge WinTV-quadHD
12:13 The PLEX DVR Guide
13:00 Setting up a recording
13:56 Managing your libraries in PLEX
16:35 The need for a PLEX Pass

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DrBill.TV #491 – Video – The Remotely Tech News Edition!

The Falcon and Winter Soldier, new Windows icons, Amazon FireTV remote, AlmaLinux, hints and tips for Windows users, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 6 looks nuts! NASA pulls off first flight on another planet, GSotW: Remotely! (Apr 29, 2021)

05:30 The Falcon and Winter Soldier
05:54 New Windows icons
06:28 Amazon FireTV remote
07:22 AlmaLinux
08:45 Hints and Tips for Windows users
11:16 ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 6 looks nuts!
12:04 NASA pulls off first flight on another planet
12:49 Geek Software of the Week: Remotely!

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DrBill.TV #491 – Audio – The Remotely Tech News Edition!

The Falcon and Winter Soldier, new Windows icons, Amazon FireTV remote, AlmaLinux, hints and tips for Windows users, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 6 looks nuts! NASA pulls off first flight on another planet, GSotW: Remotely! (Apr 29, 2021)

05:30 The Falcon and Winter Soldier
05:54 New Windows icons
06:28 Amazon FireTV remote
07:22 AlmaLinux
08:45 Hints and Tips for Windows users
11:16 ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season 6 looks nuts!
12:04 NASA pulls off first flight on another planet
12:49 Geek Software of the Week: Remotely!

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Geek Software of the Week: Remotely!

Looking for a free, and Open Source, replacement for Teamviewer? I used to love Teamviewer, until they got greedy and stopped doing a free version. Then, they would nag you over and over to sign up for the paid version. Man! Anyway, there is a great alternative! It is “Remotely!” Check it out at:

https://remotely.one/

“Instantly connect to remote desktops either unattended or by invite. Invites are started from a single-file, portable executable that’s easy for customers to download and use.

Remote Scripting
Save time on quick fixes and ad-hoc scripting with an interactive console that lets you execute commands against multiple remote machines simultaneously, with instant results.

Use the shell of your choice: PowerShell Core, Windows PowerShell, CMD, or Bash.

Rich auto-complete for cross-platform PowerShell Core increases speed and accuracy of commands. You can even tab-complete folders and files on the remote machine.

Scheduled Scripts
Set up scripts to run on Hourly, Daily, Weekly, or Monthly schedules. Optionally send alerts to your email and/or to the Remotely web interface.

Alerts will send when there was an error running the script, or you can trigger them manually within the script based on some logic.

Integrated Chat
Ask end users for permission to remote in, or just chat it up a little, with integrated chat.

Notable Features

  • Support for Windows and Linux devices
  • Unattended and attended access
  • Remote scripting for Windows PowerShell, PowerShell Core, Bash, and CMD
  • Optional WebRTC for secure peer-to-peer screen transfer on Windows agents, which reduces load on the server
  • Drag-and-drop file transfer
  • Remote audio streaming (Windows only)
  • Bi-directional clipboard sharing
  • Custom branding for desktop apps
  • Integrated chat
  • Scheduled scripts
  • Device alerts
  • 2-factor authentication

How It Works
The Remotely client has two parts: the service and the remote control. The service is responsible for maintaining a persistent connection to the server and executing remote commands. The remote control is launched as needed for remote control sessions.

Both applications make outgoing websocket connections over secure SSL/TLS protocol. Because the connections are outgoing, you don’t need to open any ports in your firewall, and the service won’t accept any incoming connections.

The Remotely service will register with your Remotely organization ID, which is generated when you create your account or join an existing organization. On the first connection, the service generates a separate unique ID and sends it to the server. Upon each subsequent connection, the server must send back that ID before anything else, or else the service will uninstall itself immediately. This is an additional layer of security that ensures the service is communicating with the original server.

Users and computers are grouped into an organization, and they can’t interact with resources outside their organization. Microsoft’s Identity framework is used for all login and authentication to verify users.”

A Special Review of Stremium – A DVR and Viewer for Multiple Web IPTV Services, Including Locast! (Video)

Dr. Bill reviews the Stremium DVR Roku application, the Android Phone version, and the Web version of Stremium. Every version, on every platform, has very different features, and basically must be used in conjunction with each other for the FULL benefit it brings to Cord Cutters. However, it is a worthwhile platform, and Dr. Bill has subscribed, and is using it on a daily basis! Get all of your channels in one guide on your favorite devices and never miss a moment with the Stremium Cloud DVR.

00:08 Stremium on the Roku app
01:27 Stremium on Android (Phone)
05:19 Stremium on the Web Browser (Brave)
10:30 Summary

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A Special Review of Stremium – A DVR and Viewer for Multiple Web IPTV Services, Including Locast! (Audio)

Dr. Bill reviews the Stremium DVR Roku application, the Android Phone version, and the Web version of Stremium. Every version, on every platform, has very different features, and basically must be used in conjunction with each other for the FULL benefit it brings to Cord Cutters. However, it is a worthwhile platform, and Dr. Bill has subscribed, and is using it on a daily basis! Get all of your channels in one guide on your favorite devices and never miss a moment with the Stremium Cloud DVR.

00:08 Stremium on the Roku app
01:27 Stremium on Android (Phone)
05:19 Stremium on the Web Browser (Brave)
10:30 Summary

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Some Hints and Tips for Windows

“The WMI command-line (WMIC) utility provides a command-line interface for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). WMIC is compatible with existing shells and utility commands. The following is a general reference topic for WMIC. For more information and guidelines on how to use WMIC, including additional information on aliases, verbs, switches, and commands, see Using Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line and WMIC – Take Command-line Control over WMI.”

You can access the WMI commands at your computer’s Command Prompt, simply choose “Start” -> “Windows System” -> “Command Prompt”

Then you can type in commands, such as these example useful commands using WMI:

Get your Dell Service Tag without getting out of Windows:

wmic bios get serialnumber

Get your Microsoft Windows Product Key:

wmic path softwarelicensingservice get OA3xOriginalProductKey

And, here’s a bonus tip that doesn’t use the WMIC. If you want to get at the “old” Un-Install method for Windows, let’s call it the “Classic Version,” here’s what you can type at the Windows Command Prompt:

appwiz.cpl

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