All you need to do is select your Slingbox model, and then type the make and/or model of the video source you have hooked up to your Slingbox. Click Find to start the search. If you only enter the make of the video source, another selection list appears with a list of the supported models.
The Supported Video Sources Tool looks through our database of thousands of "skinned remotes" for AV devices. A "skinned remote" is a photorealistic onscreen image of the actual remote control that you hold in your hand at home ... it contains all the buttons and functions that your real remote has. The tool looks for the exact AV device that you have. Chances are, it'll find it.
When the tool finds your video source listed in the results, just select it and click View Setup Info.
This opens a window that has specific step-by-step instructions for using Slingbox.com to configure your Slingbox to control your video source.
IMPORTANT—if you have a Slingbox M1/M2, do not click View Setup Info as mentioned above. Instead, after your video source is identified, download and install Slingplayer for Desktop to configure your Slingbox M1/M2 on your PC or Mac. You can get Slingplayer for Desktop from the Products page on slingbox.com.
If the tool doesn't find your specific device, try searching again. Note that you may wish to try searching for only part of the device's name, especially if the device has a long name, for example, Telus Scientific Atlanta IPNXYZ-ABC. Try just searching for 'Scientific Atlanta', or even just 'Scientific'.
If that doesn't work, you still have options:
Good question! The answer is "yes and no." Here are the possibilities: