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# 20350 22-Mar-2008 17:23
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Howdy all,

Just a quick question - When setting up the TvServer with my AverMedia DVB-T USB tuner, the only local NZ tuning option is for New Zealand - Auckland (Trials). This is all well and good, but after the scan it only finds 5 channels (TVNZ ones only) with no Mediaworks or Kordia. Also, the frequencies are wrong and I have to edit them manually to match what Dvbviewer has picked them up as. Once the settings are correct everything runs fine. How do I get TvServer to scan the correct frequency range to pick up ALL of the DVB-T channels available (Dvbviewer gets 17 including the 2 radio stations)? Is there a file I can edit with the appropriate ranges?

Cheers,

Matthew

 (also posted to MediaPortal Forums)




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  # 118072 22-Mar-2008 17:30

I have made a dvbt.xml file that includes the known frequencies for DVB-T in NZ.

You can get it here, you need to put it into C:\Program Files\Team MediaPortal\MediaPortal TV Server\TuningParameters\

Or you can edit the dvbt.xml file thats in there already



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  # 118079 22-Mar-2008 18:10
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Awesome - it worked perfectly, thanks!

Matthew





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