Create a vbscript file containing the following code Set WshShell = CreateObject(“WScript.Shell”) WshShell.SendKeys(chr(&hAD)) Run it to mute or unmute the sound.
If you change the default program for “WTV” files to anything but Windows Media Center this option will disappear. Simply change it back to Windows Media Center and it will reappear.
The other day I had a weird problem with my Windows 7 Media Centre PC. The audio worked fine for all WMV and AVI (divx) files I had, but when I tried to play any WTV files, there was no audio. The video played OK, just no audio. Files I had recorded on that computer,… Read More »
I recently got myself a USB TV tuner and have started recording TV with it and Windows Media Center in Windows 7. It is fantastic! I love how well Media Center works its so easy. One thing I wanted to know was how to change the location where Windows Media Center records TV to. It’s… Read More »
If you’ve had the chance to try the new Media Center in Windows 7 you may have noticed that there is a new Optimize option ‘hidden’ on one of the menus. I turned the option on, but wondered what it did. After a little digging I how a post on Ed Bott’s Media Central blog“… Read More »