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Topic # 239684 30-Jul-2018 09:01
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Hi 

 

After a break of a few years i'm rebuilding my Media Portal Server. I had to upgrade from windows 7 to 10 and started with a fresh install.

 

I used to use EPG Collector. Is this still best practice pulling down DVB-T Freeview EPG data? https://sourceforge.net/projects/epgcollector/

 

Cheers, Geoff. 


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  Reply # 2064800 30-Jul-2018 09:29
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My Nextpvr system is still happily using that, pulling from DVB-T.  Any other solution is prone to disappearing

 

 





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  Reply # 2064805 30-Jul-2018 09:37
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You'll still need to use EPG Collector.  Unless you switch to MP2 which supports the guide natively.  I had extremely mixed feelings about MP2 though when I last used it - too many problems for it to be my every day runner.  


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