The prevailing trend in whole-home video is distributing video to multiple TVs, but a Seattle startup has taken the multi-room video concept to PCs with the introduction of a software upgrade to its TV-on-PC cards. Ceton released a free new application that enables its InfiniTV 4 multi-tuner digital cable cards to distribute video to multiple PCs in a household.
Today, Ceton is making a few announcements worth taking note of. First off – Ceton has fulfilled the backorder of InfiniTV 4 TV tuner cards and is now making InfiniTV 4 TV tuner cards available from Amazon, in addition to its existing retailers. The next thing is Ceton is announcing and making available today a free new application with updated firmware that enables Network Tuners with their InfiniTV TV tuner products.
Ceton has just released an application and setup guide that will handle all of the necessary settings to get you sharing tuners quickly and easily ... This can be a great solution for getting TV to other places in your home without investing in more hardware, especially if you don’t feel you need four tuners on your main HTPC.
Now, Ceton has released the InfiniTV Network Tuner Wizard to provide an easy way to configure and officially support the InfiniTV when used by multiple PCs. We’ve had the opportunity to use the wizard and produce a guide to help you learn what it does and how to use it.
Free new application enables multiple PCs to access live cable TV programming over the home network from individual tuners on Ceton’s multi-tuner digital cable TV solutions KIRKLAND, WA — May 9, 2011 — Ceton Corporation today announced the release and immediate availability of a free new application that enables Network Tuners on the company’s line [...]
The only thing better than an HTPC with a CableCARD tuner is multiple HTPCs with multiple CableCARD tuners. ... now Ceton's stab at tuner sharing is officially available in the way of a Network Tuner setup Media Center plug-in. Once you upgrade the firmware of your InfiniTV 4 and install the app, you can launch it from within Media Center and easily configure which tuners will be used locally and which will be used remotely.