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#70864 1-Nov-2010 21:12
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Can someone please help:

I accidentally wiped all my channels on my Strong 4663. I have managed to manually load the Free view channels, however I have lost the SBS channels and am unsure how to load them. I need:

Frequency
Video PID
Audio PID
PCR PID

Can anyone help?

Also, since deleting my channels, with the new channels I have tuned, I am no longer getting the EPG information. Any ideas why that one might not be working now? 

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  #398897 1-Nov-2010 23:10
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Try http://www.lyngsat.com/optusd1.html

It is SBS Tasmania you want.

If you are missing the EPG, maybe you tuned into the Sky TVNZ feed?

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  #398907 1-Nov-2010 23:24
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This will give you most of the info you requested. Can't find the PCR PID...

[Edit:
Frequency = 12648 MHz
Polarity = V (vertical)
Symbol Rate = 12600

SBS One
VPID = 0161
APID = 0083
PCR PID = 0161

SBS Two
VPID = 0162
APID = 0083
PCR PID = 0162]

 
 
 
 




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  #398953 2-Nov-2010 08:06
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Thanks guys. Will try that out tonight. I didnt actually know there were 2 feeds of freeview channels?

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  #399022 2-Nov-2010 10:49
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There aren't. It is just that the Sky SD versions of TV One and TV 2 on 12671H are free-to-air. If you have tried to get the EPG from 12671H then you will fail. You need to get it from 12456H (or 12483H???)...

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