This week I assembled my new HTPC out of an old (2008) HP computer which I upgraded the CPU from a dual core 2.5 to quad core 2.8Ghz ($20 on eBay), added a GTX 1050ti video card and a TBS 8922 card running on Win10. I briefly tried several programs like AltDVB, DVB Dream, EBSPro, but I liked ProgDVB because of the option of 2 interfaces. One very detailed for techie play and one which is like a STB for channel surfing. The only problem I found with any of these was getting the UHD channels to play audio smoothly despite lots of codec tweaking. I installed LAV codecs but couldn't get it to play for more than 6 seconds before the audio would go choppy. The video was very good but would eventually crash after a couple minutes. Researching the Internet and using Google translate on a few sites, I discovered the use of MadVR to solve the problem. Installing MadVR (GPU assisted renderer) and setting the decoder as the hardware Native DXVA in the LAV video codec options fixed it and now it plays UHD perfectly. Now I'm tripping on the NASA UHD channel. I hope this is helpful to those who venture into HTPCs using Windows.