Dutch company DVBLogic has released its DVBLink software, allowing users to turn Windows systems or NAS into personal video recorders. DVBLink records TV programs directly to the hard disk of a NAS or Windows PC, then distributes live or recorded TV content to clients on a home network. The recording can be set either at home or on the go from a mobile device.
“Connecting the DVBLink software into a NAS package brings TV streaming, remote recording and EPG to NAS devices freeing TV from being stuck on CE devices or in PC environments,” stated Pavlo Barvinko founder of DVBLogic. “With DVBLink, the NAS unit now becomes the central TV device at home.”
FreeSat UK channels from Astra 28 (DVB-S/S2, FTA) and FreeView UK channels (DVB-T/T2, FTA) are all supported by DVBLink on the NAS platform. The DVBLink software for NAS can be downloaded from the DVBLogic website and runs on a variety of NAS models from Synology, QNAP, NETGEAR, ASUSTOR and Iomega-Lenovo.
DVBLogic was founded in 2007 to bridge the gap between third party hardware and Windows MediaCenter. The first DVBLink products enabled support for DVB-S and DVB-C broadcast standards in MediaCenter.