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  # 307459 15-Mar-2010 17:39
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sbiddle: Somebody from IceTV (from memory) posted on here a few months ago asking if there was interest in a subscription EPG for New Zealand.

That's right - the thread is here if anyone is interested.

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  # 307460 15-Mar-2010 17:46
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Deev8:
sbiddle: Somebody from IceTV (from memory) posted on here a few months ago asking if there was interest in a subscription EPG for New Zealand.

That's right - the thread is here if anyone is interested.


I have unlocked that thread if anybody wants to comment on it.

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 307466 15-Mar-2010 18:19
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sbiddle: ....asking if there was interest in a subscription EPG for New Zealand.


I believe its called a subscription to.....Sky?   After all no one will be watching Sky without a subscription now, will they?

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  # 307473 15-Mar-2010 18:40
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Deev8:
netd: ... a quick script to convert the freeview xml to xmltv ... Written in Perl, it requires

XML::TreeBuilder;
XML::Writer;
LWP::Simple;
DateTime::TimeZone;
DateTime::Format::Natural;
DateTime

Most people reading this could be quite interested in using the script, but have no idea how to supply these prerequisites.


If you have a few minutes to do it - a quick idiots set-up guide would be very useful.


I used ActivePerl.  In ActivePerl, use the Perl Package Manager to search for the below packages and install them.  You will probably have to go to View and choose All Packages before searching.

XML-TreeBuilder
XML-Writer
LWP
DateTime-TimeZone
DateTime-Format-Natural
DateTime

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Ultimate Geek


  # 307496 15-Mar-2010 19:03
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Anyone using GBPVR or MediaPortal, this programs appears to work well.

GBPVR Documentation Wiki - Utility - djkxml Grabber





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  # 307497 15-Mar-2010 19:08
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Hinko:
sbiddle: ....asking if there was interest in a subscription EPG for New Zealand.


I believe its called a subscription to.....Sky?   After all no one will be watching Sky without a subscription now, will they?


You are missing the point. You can record Sky from a PVR. But you need EPG data AND a Sky subscription.

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  # 307504 15-Mar-2010 19:38
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To Rlevis
RE DJKxml.exe
DJKxml got hit as well over the weekend, but the 3.4 update has a new source for freeview channels, Don't know about any sky ones.
Ironically the Prime and Juice TV listing didn't skip a beat.

 
 
 
 




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  # 307506 15-Mar-2010 19:45
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rlevis: Anyone using GBPVR or MediaPortal, this programs appears to work well.

GBPVR Documentation Wiki - Utility - djkxml Grabber


Isn't what Reven's xmltvnz does - screen scraping?




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  # 307509 15-Mar-2010 19:47
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MCEabused: to eXDee

Using your dcdvbsource I get further than the previous Binary with my HVR-2200
running your dcdvbsource to a input.dvb and playing that via WMP results in

MHPData\TV ONE,MHPData\PRIME etc directories and data structure are  created
but
EPG.data file is created in \EPGData but mheg2xmltv.exe looks in \epg\data

moving the file to there gives

D:\DOWNLOAD\TV\EPG\xml2mheg-2>mheg2xmltv.exe input.dvb output.xml
Error: An exception occured: Could not find a part of the path 'D:\DOWNLOAD\TV\EPG\xml2mheg-2\input.dvb\epg\data'.

So something else is still not quite right

excellent work so far though


Got the same error but in a different manner - just invoking the program to createa a xml listing file.




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Ultimate Geek


  # 307538 15-Mar-2010 20:49
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MCEabused: To Rlevis
RE DJKxml.exe
DJKxml got hit as well over the weekend, but the 3.4 update has a new source for freeview channels, Don't know about any sky ones.
Ironically the Prime and Juice TV listing didn't skip a beat.


The web page is still up.  I ran the program today and it's working for me.  I included the BBC World channel as a test for Sky channels and it also worked.




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  # 307561 15-Mar-2010 21:54
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To Rlevis to be clear
The DJKxml failed over thet weekend
the old version 3.3.4 relied on epg.pvr.geek.nz
error "The request URI could not be found or was malformed trying to get http://epg.pvr.geek.nz/epg/freeview-web.xml.gz"

DJK has fixed this in the current 3.4 version
he's very quick to repair his epg getter/scrapper.

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  # 307570 15-Mar-2010 22:07
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 I see what you mean.  Long live DJK Smile




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  # 307595 15-Mar-2010 22:27
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Does anyone know whether Reven's software still works or has his source of data been hit also?

I have to say that this is a real pain, especially if you weren't using the Sky channels anyway.. only Freeview.

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# 307644 16-Mar-2010 06:42
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openmedia: Yes sadly Sky have decided to issue C&D notices to a bunch of EPG hosting websites over the last week or two which is a real shame for the local PVR community.


This is just rediculous.  I can't see why EPG is considered I.P. or something that should be licensed.

To be honest, I wish someone would offer reliable download of EPG as a paid service.  I'd pay a few bucks a month to have it! The equivalent of a "TV guide" subscription!

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  # 307647 16-Mar-2010 06:56
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dklong: Does anyone know whether Reven's software still works or has his source of data been hit also?

I have to say that this is a real pain, especially if you weren't using the Sky channels anyway.. only Freeview.


Yip XMLTVNZ still works


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