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  Reply # 637707 8-Jun-2012 10:56 Send private message

Thanks for the explanation. I do prefer TvHeadend due to its simplicity, ability to stream via a browser and overall footprint. I'm currently getting the next 2 or 3 programs in the epg, but would be nice to get a few days worth.




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  Reply # 637710 8-Jun-2012 10:59 Send private message

valtam: Thanks for the explanation. I do prefer TvHeadend due to its simplicity, ability to stream via a browser and overall footprint. I'm currently getting the next 2 or 3 programs in the epg, but would be nice to get a few days worth.


That's because you're only decoding EIT data and not MHEG5 data which is 7 days worth.

And just FYI Mythtv has a web/stream front end to called Mythweb. http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/MythWeb



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  Reply # 660991 24-Jul-2012 13:32 Send private message

Due to the change in freq for Christchurch, I've uploaded some minor changes to 0.3.6 that adds new channels and removed TV7. 


Get it here:  https://sourceforge.net/projects/mheg2xmltv/

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