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I m using my PC as TV Channel

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by zit1343, Apr 17, 2010.

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  1. zit1343

    zit1343 Thread Starter

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    I have dell pc which is connected to my 42 in TV.
    I have windows XP.
    I am paying some website for international channel live.
    so basically I am watching them on my PC.
    I have about 15 channels I watch them on my PC they are played in internet explorer embalmed with windows media player, so if I want to watch different channel I have to go to different link and watch different channel. I want to know if I can start all 15 channels in internet explorer window or new tab. and have them full screen already and I want to know how to have like if I minimize other window I won't hear audio from those windows only from the active window. so video of other channel will still be running in back ground but audio would be disabled for them because they are in back or they are minimize is this possible?
    please help me
    if you didn't understood my question I can explain better.
     
  2. wtxcowboy

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    just open ie 15 different times with a diff ch ea time
     
  3. DoubleHelix

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    Having 15 Internet Explorer windows open will also cause 15 audio streams to run simultaneously. I'm not aware of a way to mute individual browser windows or tabs.
     
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    if the stream is embedded in ie, the player should have a sound icon to click for muting.
     
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