Anyone help with this?
I built myself a new HTPC and put in a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-4400 TV Tuner. I want to set up MediaPortal to use it with my satellite setup. I've worked out all the different tuners in the card are recognised as different tuners by Windows, so I have made a hybrid card out of the DVB-S2, DVB-T and Analog tuners. I can tune the DVB-T and Analog tuners with no problems, but a successful DVB-S setup is eluding me and I am getting frustrated.
I have a 9x4 multiswitch and it is setup like this:
13V/0Hz - Optus D1 V - Ku Band
18V/0Hz - Optus D1 H - Ku Band
13V/22KHz - Optus D2 V - Ku Band
18V/22KHz - Optus D2 H - Ku Band
13V/0Hz - Asiasat 3S V - C Band
18V/0Hz - Asiasat 3S H - C Band
13V/22KHz - Intelsat 8 V - Ku Band
18V/22KHz - Intelsat 5 H - C Band
My normal satellite set top boxes are setup like this:
Optus D1 10750, 13/18V, 22KHz Off, Port 1
Optus D2 10750, 13/18V, 22KHz On, Port 1
Asiasat 3S 5150, 13/18V, 22KHz Off, Port 2
Intelsat 8 10750, 13/18V, 22K On, Port 2 (and because of the 18V I can tune in the I5 channels as if they're on I8)
Intelsat 5 5150, 18V, 22K On, Port 2
I can tune in Optus D1 and Optus D2 with Mediaportal - TV Server Configuration, but MediaPortal will only play the D1 channels, and tell me there is no signal on D2. I have D1 and D2 saying DiSEqC Simple A.
Here is a snapshot:
So what DiSEC setting do I need? Where can I specify 22KHz tone on? And what about 13/18V?
Have other people got multiple satellite systems setup OK with MediaPortal?
If I get Intelsat 8 sussed then I can edit the transponder xml if I can find it and put in my dodgy C-band Intel5 settings as a Ku-Band transponder.
I've got to say the set top boxes are way, way easier to setup than MediaPortal. Why don't they make setting up the sats like they do in set top boxes? I mean there are 17x32 multiswitches out there.