Decoder 1.5.20

Offers you the possibility to watch DStv Mobiles television broadcasts whenever you are in a DVB-H coverage area by using a Drifta decoder.

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What's new in Decoder 1.5.20:

  • Audience Measurement feature added
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LICENSE TYPE:
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FILE SIZE:
18.3 MB
OUR RATING:
5.0/5
DEVELOPED BY:
Multichoice Mobile Operations Ltd
USER RATING:
3.2/5 92
CATEGORY:
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Decoder is intended to help you watch the DStv Mobile content which is broadcasted on a DVB-H (Digital Video Broadcasting - Handheld) signal from your Mac’s desktop.

DStv Mobile is using the DVB-H technology to broadcasts video content live to different mobile devices. This standard is using a 320X240p resolution and the signal is similar to the one used by radios.

To actually view the data, you need to be in a DStv DVB-H coverage area and you need a Drifta mobile decoder. There are two types of Drifta decoders: Drifta Wi-Fi and Drifta USB. Note that the decoder must be activated by contacting the DStv customer service to work properly.

Connect the Drifta decoder device to your computer and then launch the Decoder application on your Mac: the app will detect the device and will upgrade the firmware if necessary.

If everything works properly, you will be able to browse the list of available TV stations and then easily watch the broadcast.

Bottom line, Decoder is a very useful application if you are in the DStv DVB-H coverage area, you have an active Drifta decoder and you want to watch the TV stations broadcasted by DStv Mobile on your Mac.

Decoder was reviewed by , last updated on October 15th, 2013

Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later (Intel only)

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