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M4V files aren't recognized PDF Print E-mail
Movie Commands

.M4V files (downloaded from iTunes, usually) aren't recognized by Scanner

Known issue in software version 2.17.50

Work-around is to rename them to have a .mp4 suffix.

Forum discussion

 
Logo not lighting up at all PDF Print E-mail
Troubleshooting

Check the battery installation and place the remote on charge. See the installation section and the Amulet Remote Hardware video for guidance.

 
Microphone level not showing activity when speaking PDF Print E-mail
Troubleshooting

Check that the Amulet Voice Remote is the default audio input device, as described in the Audio Settings section. Restart Media Center after this is corrected.

 
Does Amulet work with the standard Windows Media Center screens? PDF Print E-mail
General

Yes, most Amulet commands operate from anywhere within Media Center. We do recommend that you use the special Amulet user interface screens whilst you are becoming familiar with Amulet, since they provide immediate visual feedback to let you know your commands are being recognised.

As you become more used to Amulet, you can start to use the commands independently of whatever screen you are viewing. You can even issue Amulet commands when your screen is turned off, if you have your audio output connected to separate speakers.

 
TV, Videos and Movies PDF Print E-mail
General

For an overview of how Amulet allows you to work with TV, movie and video media files, watch the video “TV and Video Help” from the help video icon on the Amulet menu strip in Windows Media Center.

Amulet automatically classifies your video files as Movies, TV series, Recorded TV, Home Videos, or Video files. Movie files are identified using TheMovieDb.org website while TV programs are identified using TheTvDB.com website. TV programs recorded from within Media Center appear under Recorded TV, while video files captured with your digital camera appear under Home Movies. Any files that Amulet can’t classify will be listed under Videos.

Start by navigating to the appropriate media page:

To see your Movies collection say:

GO TO MOVIES

To see your TV Shows collection say:

GO TO TV SHOWS

To see your Recorded TV collection say:

GO TO RECORDED TV

To see your Home Movies collection say:

GO TO HOME MOVIES

To see all other Video files say:

GO TO VIDEOS

 
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