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  #1133151 21-Sep-2014 15:11
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Actually I take back the comment about emmon. Looking at the wrong driver.

However, I see that there are comments about a driver randomly stopping working here in the driver release thread on their forum:
driver release thread [English translation courtesy of Google]

So maybe driver version makes a difference.

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  #1133458 22-Sep-2014 10:15
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Tuner detection process looks OK.

If the graph builds and plays it's used. If not it's disposed. In this case the ini specifies a particular tuner anyway so there's no detection loop.

 
 
 
 




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  #1134187 23-Sep-2014 00:51
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Hello guys, sorry for the delay on response.

Tried with 3 frequencies but with no success, the process stops when tuning the second frequency.

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  #1137132 25-Sep-2014 09:35
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Looks like your tuner driver doesn't like being reused by a single process.

I'll take a look at just retuning the driver rather than release and reuse in the situation where you want to collect from 2 or more frequencies using the same tuner.

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  #1137134 25-Sep-2014 09:37
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And a couple of questions.

Do you have to collect both frequencies in a single run? You could collect them in separate runs.?

And what's the name of your cable provider so I can name the tuning file you gave me properly.



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SJB: And a couple of questions.

Do you have to collect both frequencies in a single run? You could collect them in separate runs.?

And what's the name of your cable provider so I can name the tuning file you gave me properly.


No, I can collect in separate runs and that will end all problems :)

The name of my cable provider is NET DIGITAL.

Thank you

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  #1138022 26-Sep-2014 09:39
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Thanks. Your cable tuning file will be in the next release.

I think I will leave the tuning process alone after all. It's pretty complicated.

If you need to merge the xmltv files you can always input the xmltv file from your first collection into the second collection using the XMLTV tab in EPG Centre.

On another topic I assume you are collecting EIT data. There may be additional data in the broadcast such as cast/crew, star rating etc which EPG Collector is not currently processing.

If you can get me a 30 second stream dump (EPG Centre will do it) I'll take a look and see if there is anything.



 
 
 
 




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  #1138556 27-Sep-2014 04:44
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SJB: Thanks. Your cable tuning file will be in the next release.

I think I will leave the tuning process alone after all. It's pretty complicated.

If you need to merge the xmltv files you can always input the xmltv file from your first collection into the second collection using the XMLTV tab in EPG Centre.

On another topic I assume you are collecting EIT data. There may be additional data in the broadcast such as cast/crew, star rating etc which EPG Collector is not currently processing.

If you can get me a 30 second stream dump (EPG Centre will do it) I'll take a look and see if there is anything.




Ok SJB, thank you so much for your help and patient. It's was very appreciated.

About the stream, i'll do it for you but can only do at the weekend, ok? I'm far from my tv server.



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  #1143903 30-Sep-2014 03:54
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SJB: Thanks. Your cable tuning file will be in the next release.

I think I will leave the tuning process alone after all. It's pretty complicated.

If you need to merge the xmltv files you can always input the xmltv file from your first collection into the second collection using the XMLTV tab in EPG Centre.

On another topic I assume you are collecting EIT data. There may be additional data in the broadcast such as cast/crew, star rating etc which EPG Collector is not currently processing.

If you can get me a 30 second stream dump (EPG Centre will do it) I'll take a look and see if there is anything.




I've pm'd you with the streams dump.



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  #1144111 30-Sep-2014 11:29
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I've looked at both those files and EPGC is already processing all your extra tags that are present in the EIT data.

You can see rating, star rating, credits, date and country of origin already being put in the xmltv file. Season and episode numbers are also being output. These look like series/episode links as they are not sensible numbers. There are no sensible season/episode numbers in the data.

There is a thumbnail specified in each entry (points to a jpg) but of course I have no idea where to download those from.

I think someone else from Brazil must have given me a similar file in the past. I wouldn't have included all the processing for the tags otherwise.

On a slightly different topic I got a lot of information about ISDB being implemented in Brazil some time ago. Did that ever happen?





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  #1144603 1-Oct-2014 03:29
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SJB: I've looked at both those files and EPGC is already processing all your extra tags that are present in the EIT data.

You can see rating, star rating, credits, date and country of origin already being put in the xmltv file. Season and episode numbers are also being output. These look like series/episode links as they are not sensible numbers. There are no sensible season/episode numbers in the data.

There is a thumbnail specified in each entry (points to a jpg) but of course I have no idea where to download those from.

I think someone else from Brazil must have given me a similar file in the past. I wouldn't have included all the processing for the tags otherwise.

On a slightly different topic I got a lot of information about ISDB being implemented in Brazil some time ago. Did that ever happen?




Nice! Your processed epg is way better than dvbviewer creates.

ISBD has started to be implanted here in 2007 and today it's already cover the majority of our states.

Unfortunately almost all providers doesn't care about EPG when it comes to free-to-air reception.

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