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# 104037 13-Jun-2012 17:07
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I'm wanting to use DVBGuide to create an XML file for the Sky channels for by own use.  I see there is a guide created using an older version which didn't have LNB frequency options and is rather complicated.
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=84&topicid=59009

Now that 0.95 does support LNB values, I was hoping someone could give me the parameters to use. My dish needs LOF set to 10750 for High and Low.

Many thanks,
Ross.




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  # 640312 13-Jun-2012 17:23
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Any reason why you didn't use EPGCollector? It's a NZ app and looking at teh DVBGuide website it looks like an inferior product to DVBGuide.



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  # 640315 13-Jun-2012 17:37
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I tried to get EPGCollector to work but it only created an EPG for the current program and the next program on each channel.  Perhaps I did something wrong?




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  # 640323 13-Jun-2012 17:52
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You may have been collecting on the wrong frequency with EPG Collector which can be caused by incorrect LNB parameters.



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  # 640340 13-Jun-2012 18:43
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You could be right.  I wasn't sure which frequency to use.  I was using 12331000-H which I found with a google search.  But did another search just now and I found someone using 12519000-H.  Tried that and got 7 days.  Cheers.




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