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frednerk33
Posted on: Feb 9 2017, 12:21 PM


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2 answers over here:
https://sourceforge.net/p/tvschedulerpro/di...78362/?limit=25

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Posted on: Feb 8 2017, 07:19 PM


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Is it possible to
import a main EGP say from IceTV (which is now missing channel Adelaide 44)
and then separately import another EPG containing only channel 44 ?
If so, what would be the steps/config ?

If not, alternative suggestions very welcome.

Thanks
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Posted on: Nov 8 2016, 11:12 PM


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QUOTE (AMal @ Nov 8 2016, 10:32 PM) *
Hi frednerk33,
It's all working now!
I wish I knew what the trick was. I followed your helpful suggestions and as I reported, it didn't work, but hey after a service update to Windows 10 (which took ages), and several reboots, all seems well.
Incidentally, I did download from the digitalnow site - from which I got my hardware.
Thanks again for your comments.
Cheers

Well strike me pink, that's good news for you.
Have fun,
Fred.

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Posted on: Nov 5 2016, 05:16 PM


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QUOTE (AMal @ Nov 4 2016, 08:53 PM) *
Incidentally, this is a new installation. I'm using Windows 10 x64 with TV Scheduler Pro 2 (latest download) and it seems to use port 8088 rather than 8420 (as my older version running on Win7 did).
I've tried both port numbers without success.
If I switch off the firewall on the Scheduler machine, all works fine, so it must be a firewall config issue on that machine.
I agree with your comment about Windows Defender, but I feel unsafe without a firewall.

OK, is mine Win10 x64 too.
What is "TV Scheduler Pro 2" and where did you download it ? Here https://sourceforge.net/projects/tvschedulerpro/ ?
I suppose it's likely this one http://www.digitalnow.com.au/DNTVscheduler.html
Port shmort smile.gif Put in the one that suits or better still leave it out to trust the other machine. After all, both are your trusty well configured and safe PCs, right ?
Turning off our firewalls would be like lifting our skirts and giving a wink and a nod.
Care to post pics of the pair (incoming, outgoing) of firewall rules settings which you would have created on both of your 2 machines, where you have ticked something or entered something ?
Also make sure the pairs of rules are enabled on both machines.
Definitely works on mine.
I tend to suspect your router DHCP IP reservations are not set so as to ensure that your 2x PCs always get the same IPs after reboots. Assuming you don't play with a non-DHCP IP exclusion range and fixed-IPs in the PCs. (The firewall rules you created were known-fixed-IP-address based).

Cheers
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Posted on: Nov 4 2016, 06:09 PM


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QUOTE (AMal @ Nov 4 2016, 05:11 AM) *
Can anyone tell me how to configure Win 10 firewall to allow access to TV Scheduler Pro from another PC on the local network.
I can make it work if I switch the firewall off, but clearly that is undesirable.

One way, an easy way, is to trust the PCs on both ends of the http traffic.

On the TV Scheduler Pro PC :-
Start, Control Panel, Windows Firewall, Advanced Settings
Add an inbound rule; all programs, no remote computers, you could put in a local port (8420) if you wanted or leave it blank, scope's IP "remote IP" of the target IP (give both PCs permanent DHCP IP address reservations in your router first, if they're not already fixed IPs), tick private under advanced, the rest blank.
Then add an outbound rule that looks similar.

Do similar on the querying PC to trust the TV Scheduler Pro PC.

If you leave the port blank, it is a fully trusted path, file shares and whatnot get through nicely ... just properly protect both PCs with antivirus and whatnot; Windows Defender seems to work.

See how you go.
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Posted on: Oct 31 2016, 04:52 PM


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QUOTE (therat @ Oct 31 2016, 12:32 PM) *
... install the drivers and programs in matching compatibility mode (windows 7 or 8).

Oh, can that be done ? I must google it.
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Posted on: Oct 29 2016, 11:37 PM


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Sorry I don't have one, so I don't know.

In case you had to go for something else, the 7164's work fine under win10 (the older USB tinytwins don't).
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Posted on: Sep 14 2016, 09:20 PM


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QUOTE (micmij @ Sep 14 2016, 07:55 PM) *
so you re-did all your cabling from the antenna down to the wall plates, and on to your tuner?
Yes, sort of. I got sick of the breaking up in shows that I valued. I went back to the aerial itself (up past the splitter) with the cabling since it made sense to me to funnel the signal all through a fat pipe rather than a skinny pipe then fatter ones ... It was a bit of a pest but rather fun to do after an attempt or two at fitting my own F connectors. For the tuners, I split in the roof near the aerial and took a separate path omitting any wall plates so as to minimise the number of intervening connections - it worked out for me, but may not be ideal for you depending on location and what you're prepared to put up with.

QUOTE (micmij @ Sep 14 2016, 07:55 PM) *
Thinking about it a bit more, I'm just a bit confused about how some channels work perfectly and the others are deteriorating - surely, if it was an issue with my setup, wouldn't all the channels have a problem? Would this situation indicate that it's a reception issue rather than cabling?
Very possibly. Not for me, though, some channels would look fine and only break up occasionally or rarely. I did also check for new trees and sheds in the line of sight to the tower smile.gif Now it is 100% rock solid.



PS not sure where other people post - this place seems to have people visit from time to time.

http://www.dtvforum.info/

There may be other places I don't know of but would like to visit smile.gif
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Posted on: Sep 14 2016, 12:46 AM


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Sorry, am not sure ... I don't know.
I have a couple of 7164's from digitalnow and I found them to be really good when fed a good signal - now I use only RG6 quad shielded cables with F connectors in the cable path and very high bandwidth splitters (not just any old splitter eg 10-900MHz, choose ones with the highest range on it that you can find as it's worth it eg 5-2400MHz) all connected to a separate digital aerial.
Like
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6iShJrc56E
http://www.jaycar.com.au/10m-high-quality-...ectors/p/WV7396
http://www.4cabling.com.au/3-way-splitter-...CFQqAvQod_UEC3w
I used to have break-up issues on all channels but most especially especially with SBS and in bad weather and couldn't get channel 44 at all - since moving to the above, from lesser spec cabling and splitters and PAL connectors, no problems whatsoever and all is rock solid for me.
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Posted on: Feb 7 2016, 05:37 PM


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Thanks,
I ended up with this http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/forum/showthrea...Quality-Utility (ScanChannelsBDA_UK.exe) from a Hauppauge moderator.
It worked fine with my DigitalNow 7164's in Australia.
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Posted on: Feb 6 2016, 10:10 PM


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Hello.
This software is referenced in the DigitanNow software download page http://www.digitalnow.com.au/downloads.html but is not longer available (site not known).
It's also referenced in this thread with the same result.
Is the latest version available form the developer (source and binary ?)
Thanks.
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Posted on: Jan 11 2016, 10:51 AM


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and a prosperous new year to you
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Posted on: Dec 19 2015, 03:01 AM


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Good luck and a good Christmas to you.
From http://sichbopvr.com/#features "Digits after each device indicate the number of positive or negative telemetry scans that I've received." which sort of implies telemetry from your PC to the vendor. If you are happy with that then good on you.

One other suggestion (not used it myself) for an actively maintained scheduler: http://www.videohelp.com/software/DV-Scheduler
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Posted on: Dec 12 2015, 10:43 AM


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QUOTE (vur @ Nov 29 2015, 10:42 AM) *
Will the Avermedia Twinstar tv A825 USB work with W10?

Otherwise, any suggestions for a USB twin for W10 would be appreciated.


Don't know. Apparently the tinytwin's, you'd have to search though. At one point people always recommended a powered hub to plug USB sticks into, not sure if that's still the case.
http://www.digitalnow.com.au/product_pages/TinyTwin.html
If you have a desktop and a spare pcie slot, thoroughly recommend considering a twin-tuner 7164 instead. They just work fine for me. http://www.digitalnow.com.au/product_pages/Dual7164.html
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Posted on: Dec 12 2015, 10:35 AM


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Hmm.

What sort of capture card do you have ? Twin tuner ? smile.gif
edit: oh a DNTV TinyTwin USB. You got that to work OK and it was plugged into a powered hub ? My tinytwin 3a seemed a tad flakey for my liking, so I swapped to a 7164 from digitalnow and never looked back.

In the folder \TV Scheduler Pro\log there are log files with various filenames.
Can you locate all of those which have entries in them for each side of the "failures" and post them here ?
Can you post the top part of the result of this "Device Selection" result http://localhost:8420/servlet/SystemDataRes?action=04 ?

I experienced a similar thing, off an on, with a win10x64pro PC which had 2x 7164 twin-tuners installed; it captured 2 but sometimes not up to the 4 channels that it should.
Never found time to look at the logs to try to resolve it, maybe now is the time.
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Posted on: Nov 28 2015, 08:16 AM


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QUOTE (tvboy @ Nov 26 2015, 08:18 AM) *
Anyone had any luck recording the new 9HD?

Yes, no probs. Latest version of TV Scheduler Pro with the latest stationdata.list.
Also used VideoReDo to auto "Quick Stream Fix" the recorded stream (.TS file) to fix up any o.t.a. glitches and make it into an MP4 (it does not force re-coding).
The mp4 played in the latest version of "media player classic home cinema" (from videohelp.com).

The only bugbear for me is that the 9HD broadcast mpeg4-AVC uses cabac as an encoding parameter (which works a decoder harder during playback, if it can handle cabac) - and my WDTV Live media players can't handle cabac, so I need to re-encode the .MP4 into another one without cabac (damn).
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OK. Confirming details:

Did a scan of channel 7 Adelaide and added Racing.com.
Opened the Channel Setup Page for channel racing.com and changed the capture-type to TS-MUX
CODE
Name RACING-COM
Frequency     177500
BandWidth 7
Program ID 1368
Video ID 1409
Audio 1410 MPG
Capture Type: TS-MUX

Captured a sample and opened the .TS file in videoredo and did control-L to see its characteristics
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Encoding H.264 VideoStreamID x581
Frame rate 25.00 fps
Encoding size 640 x 576
Aspect ratio 16:9
Header bit rate 10.000 Mbps
VBV buffer 152 KBytes
Profile Main/3.0
Progressive Interlaced (MBAFF)
Chroma 4:2:0
Entropy mode CABAC
Bit rate 2.147 Mbps
Audio Stream: 1 (Primary)
Codec AAC-HE Format LATM/LOAS
Channels 1.0 Language eng
PID x582 PES Stream Id xC1
Sampling rate 48000 / 24000

Notice TVSP thinks audio is MPG but VRD says it is AAC. TVSP has drop-down options listing only AC3 and MPG.
It plays OK with audio in VRD.

Also notice the funny video dimensions 640 x 576 still with aspect ratio 16:9. I wonder what the new h.264 "HD" will be unsure.gif
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Posted on: Nov 20 2015, 12:44 AM


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QUOTE (therat @ Nov 19 2015, 11:34 PM) *
just downloaded the DVBViewer demo and it detected my tinytwin and dabby and scanned all channels and played CH78 perfectly.
It shows video as H.264 and audio as AAC

OK! Does this mean the audio is not captured at all in the resulting .TS file even though it's AAC and that TVSP needs a tweak to capture with TSMux ?
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Posted on: Nov 18 2015, 10:04 PM


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goodness me.

Bought a couple of 7164's, one as a replacement and the other as a spare. Really great service/turnaround !

Anyway, I moved the existing (assumed dud) 7164 to another PCIe slot, and inserted the new 7164 into the old PCIE slot ... lo and behold, both old and new 7164's now work and I have a PC with 4 tuners.

I guess that may mean the (assumed dud) 7164 just needed to be re-seated.

Oh well, now I have a 4-tuner PC and a spare 7164 smile.gif
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Posted on: Nov 17 2015, 07:56 PM


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Never mind.

The rest of the channels started flaking out in the same way until none worked. The devices became no longer found in TVSP.

Looks like the 7164 twin-tuner card has karked it. Bought it in June 2015.

My other Win10 PC's 7164 still works.

Tried installing Win10, but it doesn't even see the 7164 (it does not appear in device manager before or after 7164 driver installation).
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Eek, I'm having trouble re-scanning Adelaide channels "7" and "44". Can anyone please help ?

Due to the new SBS food channel (SBS3) and whatnot http://forums.dvbowners.com/index.php?showtopic=13827 I thought I'd re-scan all channels.

I downloaded the latest stationdata file from https://sourceforge.net/projects/tvschedule...Station%20Data/
and edited the names like this so I understood them:
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#Adelaide
#station.0.1.0.name=SAS6
station.0.1.0.name=Seven
station.0.1.0.freq=177500
station.0.1.0.band=7
#station.0.1.1.name=SBS7
station.0.1.1.name=SBS
station.0.1.1.freq=184500
station.0.1.1.band=7
#station.0.1.2.name=NWS8
station.0.1.2.name=Nine
station.0.1.2.freq=191500
station.0.1.2.band=7
#station.0.1.3.name=ADS11
station.0.1.3.name=Ten
station.0.1.3.freq=219500
station.0.1.3.band=7
#station.0.1.4.name=ABC12
station.0.1.4.name=ABC
station.0.1.4.freq=226500
station.0.1.4.band=7
#station.0.1.5.name=CTS33
station.0.1.5.name=CTS44
station.0.1.5.freq=564500
station.0.1.5.band=7

and then re-scanned.

Adelaide Channel Seven won't re-scan. It always gives this in the log:
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2015/11/17 12:11:47.519 - Starting build of capture graph
2015/11/17 12:11:47.519 - Loading Network Provider
2015/11/17 12:11:47.526 - Creating Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:11:47.526 - Submiting Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:11:47.526 - Loading Tuner Filter : @device:pnp:\\?\pci#ven_1131&dev_7164&subsys_6f2c107d&rev_81#4&10c8b873&0&00e4#{71985f48-1ca1-11d3-9cc8-00c04f7971e0}\{3ff44ee5-8547-402a-94f3-d447f4d7c400}
2015/11/17 12:11:47.527 - LoadTunerFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA DVBT Tuner
2015/11/17 12:11:47.531 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 1 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:11:47.531 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:11:47.533 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Tuner Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.534 - Cannot connect Inf Tee to Tuner filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.534 - Loading Capture Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.535 - LoadFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA Digital Capture DVBT
2015/11/17 12:11:47.537 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 2 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:11:47.537 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:11:47.537 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Cap Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.539 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.540 - Capture Graph Built
2015/11/17 12:11:47.540 - Deleting pins from demux & loading/connecting PSI filter.
2015/11/17 12:11:47.541 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:47.541 - LoadFilter(): MPEG-2 Sections and Tables
2015/11/17 12:11:47.541 - PSI loaded and added with result hr=0x0
2015/11/17 12:11:47.541 - Changing Frequency 177500 bandwidth 7.
2015/11/17 12:11:52.057 - Signal Strength : 0
2015/11/17 12:11:52.075 - Signal Quality : 0
2015/11/17 12:11:52.093 - Got Signal Locked : 0
2015/11/17 12:11:52.093 - Tuner Not Locked, returning with error -1
2015/11/17 12:11:52.093 - RunGraph failed with : 0xffffffff

Adelaide Channel 44 won't re-scan. It always gives this in the log:
QUOTE
2015/11/17 12:12:43.317 - Starting build of capture graph
2015/11/17 12:12:43.317 - Loading Network Provider
2015/11/17 12:12:43.324 - Creating Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:12:43.324 - Submiting Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:12:43.324 - Loading Tuner Filter : @device:pnp:\\?\pci#ven_1131&dev_7164&subsys_6f2c107d&rev_81#4&10c8b873&0&00e4#{71985f48-1ca1-11d3-9cc8-00c04f7971e0}\{3ff44ee5-8547-402a-94f3-d447f4d7c400}
2015/11/17 12:12:43.325 - LoadTunerFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA DVBT Tuner
2015/11/17 12:12:43.328 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 1 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:12:43.328 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:12:43.330 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Tuner Filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.331 - Cannot connect Inf Tee to Tuner filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.331 - Loading Capture Filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.331 - LoadFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA Digital Capture DVBT
2015/11/17 12:12:43.333 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 2 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:12:43.333 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:12:43.333 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Cap Filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.335 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.335 - Capture Graph Built
2015/11/17 12:12:43.336 - Deleting pins from demux & loading/connecting PSI filter.
2015/11/17 12:12:43.336 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:12:43.336 - LoadFilter(): MPEG-2 Sections and Tables
2015/11/17 12:12:43.336 - PSI loaded and added with result hr=0x0
2015/11/17 12:12:43.336 - Changing Frequency 564500 bandwidth 7.
2015/11/17 12:12:54.824 - Signal Strength : 0
2015/11/17 12:12:54.841 - Signal Quality : 0
2015/11/17 12:12:54.858 - Got Signal Locked : 0
2015/11/17 12:12:54.858 - Tuner Not Locked, returning with error -1
2015/11/17 12:12:54.858 - RunGraph failed with : 0xffffffff

Yet all the other channels work, eg SBS:
QUOTE
2015/11/17 12:11:57.323 - Starting build of capture graph
2015/11/17 12:11:57.323 - Loading Network Provider
2015/11/17 12:11:57.329 - Creating Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:11:57.329 - Submiting Tune Request
2015/11/17 12:11:57.329 - Loading Tuner Filter : @device:pnp:\\?\pci#ven_1131&dev_7164&subsys_6f2c107d&rev_81#4&10c8b873&0&00e4#{71985f48-1ca1-11d3-9cc8-00c04f7971e0}\{3ff44ee5-8547-402a-94f3-d447f4d7c400}
2015/11/17 12:11:57.330 - LoadTunerFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA DVBT Tuner
2015/11/17 12:11:57.333 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 1 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:11:57.333 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:11:57.336 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Tuner Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.337 - Cannot connect Inf Tee to Tuner filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.337 - Loading Capture Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.337 - LoadFilter(): DNTV Dual Hybrid 7164 PCIe BDA Digital Capture DVBT
2015/11/17 12:11:57.339 - Doing Main Demux Render with type 2 capture device.
2015/11/17 12:11:57.339 - Loading Main Demux
2015/11/17 12:11:57.339 - Connecting the Inf Tee to the Cap Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.341 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - Capture Graph Built
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - Deleting pins from demux & loading/connecting PSI filter.
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - LoadFilter(): BDA MPEG2 Transport Information Filter
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - LoadFilter(): MPEG-2 Sections and Tables
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - PSI loaded and added with result hr=0x0
2015/11/17 12:11:57.342 - Changing Frequency 184500 bandwidth 7.
2015/11/17 12:12:01.038 - Signal Strength : 6619115
2015/11/17 12:12:01.056 - Signal Quality : 100
2015/11/17 12:12:01.074 - Got Signal Locked : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:01.074 - About to leave RunGraph with code 0
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ID : 12802:832:833
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.Name : SBS ONE
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ServiceType : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 161 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 81 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 41 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 5000 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 7833 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 833 : PID = 7000 : pcrPID = 161 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ID : 12802:832:837
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.Name : SBS HD
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ServiceType : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 102 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 103 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 43 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 7837 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 5000 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 837 : PID = 7000 : pcrPID = 102 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ID : 12802:832:834
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.Name : SBS TWO
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ServiceType : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 162 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 83 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 42 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 7834 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 5000 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 834 : PID = 7000 : pcrPID = 162 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ID : 12802:832:835
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.Name : Food Network
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ServiceType : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 5000 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 7833 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 7000 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 44 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 85 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - progPID = 835 : PID = 163 : pcrPID = 163 : CAT = 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ID : 12802:832:836
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.Name : NITV
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.075 - Description.ServiceType : 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 164 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 87 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 45 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 7836 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 5000 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 836 : PID = 7000 : pcrPID = 164 : CAT = 7
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ID : 12802:832:846
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.Name : SBS Radio 1
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ServiceType : 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 846 : PID = 201 : pcrPID = 201 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ID : 12802:832:847
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.Name : SBS Radio 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ServiceType : 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 847 : PID = 202 : pcrPID = 202 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ID : 12802:832:848
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.Name : SBS Radio 3
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Provider.Name : SBS
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Description.ServiceType : 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - progPID = 848 : PID = 203 : pcrPID = 203 : CAT = 2
2015/11/17 12:12:03.076 - Starting program Scan
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0x2 PID=161
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Add Stream 833 161(TYPE_VIDEO)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=81
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Add Stream 833 81(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0x6 PID=41
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0x6 Sub Type=0x52 PID=41
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Add Stream 833 41(TYPE_TELETEXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0xb PID=5000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0x5 PID=7833
2015/11/17 12:12:03.104 - Stream Type=0xb PID=7000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0x2 PID=162
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Add Stream 834 162(TYPE_VIDEO)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=83
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Add Stream 834 83(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0x6 PID=42
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0x6 Sub Type=0x52 PID=42
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Add Stream 834 42(TYPE_TELETEXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0x5 PID=7834
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0xb PID=5000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.118 - Stream Type=0xb PID=7000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0x2 PID=164
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Add Stream 836 164(TYPE_VIDEO)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=87
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Add Stream 836 87(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0x6 PID=45
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0x6 Sub Type=0x52 PID=45
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Add Stream 836 45(TYPE_TELETEXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0x5 PID=7836
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0xb PID=5000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.192 - Stream Type=0xb PID=7000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0x2 PID=102
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Add Stream 837 102(TYPE_VIDEO)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=103
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Add Stream 837 103(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0x6 PID=43
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0x6 Sub Type=0x52 PID=43
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Add Stream 837 43(TYPE_TELETEXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0x5 PID=7837
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0xb PID=5000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.206 - Stream Type=0xb PID=7000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.279 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=201
2015/11/17 12:12:03.279 - Add Stream 846 201(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.338 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=202
2015/11/17 12:12:03.338 - Add Stream 847 202(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.352 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=203
2015/11/17 12:12:03.352 - Add Stream 848 203(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0xb PID=5000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0x5 PID=7833
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0xb PID=7000
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0x6 PID=44
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0x6 Sub Type=0x52 PID=44
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Add Stream 835 44(TYPE_TELETEXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0x4 PID=85
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Add Stream 835 85(TYPE_AUDIO_MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Stream Type=0x2 PID=163
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Add Stream 835 163(TYPE_VIDEO)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (833) : (1025-PGM) (161-PCR) (161-VID) (81-MPG) (41-TXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (834) : (1026-PGM) (162-PCR) (162-VID) (83-MPG) (42-TXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (835) : (1032-PGM) (163-PCR) (44-TXT) (85-MPG) (163-VID)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (836) : (1033-PGM) (164-PCR) (164-VID) (87-MPG) (45-TXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (837) : (1024-PGM) (102-PCR) (102-VID) (103-MPG) (43-TXT)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (846) : (1027-PGM) (201-PCR) (201-MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (847) : (1028-PGM) (202-PCR) (202-MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Program (848) : (1029-PGM) (203-PCR) (203-MPG)
2015/11/17 12:12:03.396 - Internal Scan for Programs found 8
2015/11/17 12:12:03.616 - Scan Finished now sending XML
2015/11/17 12:12:03.616 -
<items>
<item>
<name>SBS ONE</name>
<id>833</id>
<stream>
<id>161</id>
<type>0</type>
</stream>
<stream>
<id>81</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>SBS HD</name>
<id>837</id>
<stream>
<id>102</id>
<type>0</type>
</stream>
<stream>
<id>103</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>SBS TWO</name>
<id>834</id>
<stream>
<id>162</id>
<type>0</type>
</stream>
<stream>
<id>83</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>Food Network</name>
<id>835</id>
<stream>
<id>85</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
<stream>
<id>163</id>
<type>0</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>NITV</name>
<id>836</id>
<stream>
<id>164</id>
<type>0</type>
</stream>
<stream>
<id>87</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>SBS Radio 1</name>
<id>846</id>
<stream>
<id>201</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>SBS Radio 2</name>
<id>847</id>
<stream>
<id>202</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
<item>
<name>SBS Radio 3</name>
<id>848</id>
<stream>
<id>203</id>
<type>1</type>
</stream>
</item>
</items>

I disabled one of the twin tuners and tried again, same result for Adelaide channels "7" and "44".
Interestingly, these are the top 2 channels from an old previous scan which shows the frequencies are right (I can record using these)
QUOTE
Name Frequency Bandwidth Program Video Audio Cap Type Action
44 Adelaide 564500 7 3585 100 101-MPG AutoSelect Delete Channel Edit Channel
7 Digital 177500 7 1360 1281 1282-MPG AutoSelect Delete Channel Edit Channel
7TWO 177500 7 1362 1313 1314-MPG AutoSelect Delete Channel Edit Channel
7mate 177500 7 1363 1329 1331-AC3 AutoSelect Delete Channel Edit Channel
  Forum: WebScheduler · Post Preview: #83324 · Replies: 2 · Views: 2,529

frednerk33
Posted on: Nov 10 2015, 11:17 PM


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I see channel 9 is changing some of their broadcast from mpeg2 to mpeg4.

I use a DigitalNow 7164 PCIE card which I'm not sure can receive/handle the mpeg4 broadcast as well as the older mpeg2 ?

Also, will TV Scheduler Pro able to record the mpeg4 channel ? ... I am unsure if I need to change anything.

Thanks

QUOTE
http://www.mediaweek.com.au/nine-is-broadc...t-for-everyone/

The network has announced a radical shake-up of its current broadcasting channels. Its current HD channel Gem will shift to standard definition, Nine will introduce its new free-to-air broadcast lifestyle channel 9Life, and Nine will begin broadcasting its primary channel as a pair of standard definition and high definition channels.
To accommodate the extra channels that will broadcast, Nine has had to embrace a different compression type. From the commencement of digital TV broadcasting in Australia, networks have broadcast their signal with the MPEG2 compression type. To broadcast 9HD, Nine will employ MPEG4. This means that older TV sets and receivers may be able to receive a high definition MPEG2 signal, but are not equipped to receive MPEG4.
For most viewers, this shouldn’t pose a problem. It is believed that the average life cycle of a television set in Australia is about five years, with older sets that don’t support MPEG4 no longer being used as a households primary set. Of course, some viewers may still be using older TV sets.
When asked how many viewers may be negatively effected, Nine’s director of broadcast operations Geoff Sparke advised Mediaweek that it’s “hard to say. We believe that MP4 decoders have been inbuilt since about 2007, and on average about one million panels are sold per year. So I would suggest the main screen in about 90% of homes are MP4 capable”.
Viewers who cannot receive the HD signal will be able to continue to watch Nine as a standard definition channel.
The shift to adopt MPEG4 compression broadcast does bring with it a significant video quality upgrade. Currently the Australian HD signal offers a 1440 x 1080 resolution, but MPEG4 will provide greater clarity, with Sparke confirming they will broadcast in full HD 1920 x 1080.
Nine will re-stack their channels on 26 November 2015. Some viewers may need to re-scan their television sets to receive the new channel lineup.
  Forum: WebScheduler · Post Preview: #83307 · Replies: 3 · Views: 4,965

frednerk33
Posted on: Nov 10 2015, 11:16 PM


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Group: New Members
Posts: 302
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I see channel 9 is changing some of their broadcast from mpeg2 to mpeg4.

I use a DigitalNow 7164 PCIE card which I'm not sure can receive/handle the mpeg4 broadcast as well as the older mpeg2 ?

Also, will TV Scheduler Pro able to record the mpeg4 channel ? ... I am unsure if I need to change anything.

Thanks

QUOTE
http://www.mediaweek.com.au/nine-is-broadc...t-for-everyone/

The network has announced a radical shake-up of its current broadcasting channels. Its current HD channel Gem will shift to standard definition, Nine will introduce its new free-to-air broadcast lifestyle channel 9Life, and Nine will begin broadcasting its primary channel as a pair of standard definition and high definition channels.
To accommodate the extra channels that will broadcast, Nine has had to embrace a different compression type. From the commencement of digital TV broadcasting in Australia, networks have broadcast their signal with the MPEG2 compression type. To broadcast 9HD, Nine will employ MPEG4. This means that older TV sets and receivers may be able to receive a high definition MPEG2 signal, but are not equipped to receive MPEG4.
For most viewers, this shouldn’t pose a problem. It is believed that the average life cycle of a television set in Australia is about five years, with older sets that don’t support MPEG4 no longer being used as a households primary set. Of course, some viewers may still be using older TV sets.
When asked how many viewers may be negatively effected, Nine’s director of broadcast operations Geoff Sparke advised Mediaweek that it’s “hard to say. We believe that MP4 decoders have been inbuilt since about 2007, and on average about one million panels are sold per year. So I would suggest the main screen in about 90% of homes are MP4 capable”.
Viewers who cannot receive the HD signal will be able to continue to watch Nine as a standard definition channel.
The shift to adopt MPEG4 compression broadcast does bring with it a significant video quality upgrade. Currently the Australian HD signal offers a 1440 x 1080 resolution, but MPEG4 will provide greater clarity, with Sparke confirming they will broadcast in full HD 1920 x 1080.
Nine will re-stack their channels on 26 November 2015. Some viewers may need to re-scan their television sets to receive the new channel lineup.
  Forum: DNTV · Post Preview: #83306 · Replies: 20 · Views: 8,691

frednerk33
Posted on: Oct 14 2015, 08:13 PM


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OK.

the zip file safexmltv-11.1-adelaide.zip contains successful Adelaide settings, downloading the channels' own EPGs from over.the.air only.

The only unsurprising downside appears to be
- it takes about 10 mins to run (ok by me, I schedule it to run in the wee hours of the morning)
- and then channel 7 omits EPG settings before the time-of-run "today"

folder
https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=81336...nt=folder%2czip

file
https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=81336...hint=file%2czip

Cheers
  Forum: Electronic Program Guide (EPG) · Post Preview: #83300 · Replies: 382 · Views: 115,153

frednerk33
Posted on: Oct 12 2015, 10:26 PM


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OK !
Yes I confirm it works a treat from the first looks at it.
I did get epg overlaps reported by TV Scheduler Pro, on every epg day I open up, which I'll look into once I've finished working 12 hour days ...

(I can now desist with a limited poor man's ota grabber which was based on a subset of your code).

Many thanks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PS later, I'll post a working Adelaide Metro Area folder here (with adelaide metro area ota frequencies, grabbing from ota and from tvguide.org, and with xml channelmaps to match IceTV's channel names) so you could include it in your distro, if you like.
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