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Topic # 31847 1-Apr-2009 17:03
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I've been running Import XMLTV in DVBViewer successfully for a while now with no trouble until recently.

When TV3 Plus1 came online I thought I would organize my channels better and switch to the new Central Hamilton transmitter. I got all the new channels detected and organized but I thought that my ImportXMLTV channel pairings would be messed up so I fired up ImportXMLTV and followed the steps outlined here.

http://mentalindustries.orconhosting.net.nz/epgFiles/dvbviewer.html

When I go to pair the channels I find that TVNZ6 and TVNZ7 are both missing from the left list to pair with my DVBViewer channels. All other channels are found and paired fine, I even added the -all parameter to freeviewNZ-EPG-GBPVR.exe which got me a boatload of extra channels but still no TVNZ6 or 7.

Ive been hunting around the forums for a couple of days but I cant find anyone else with similar problems, any ideas?

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  Reply # 204750 1-Apr-2009 17:17
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something funny is up,


no tvnz 6 or 7 guide on eyetv either, xml file is mssing them too

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  Reply # 204768 1-Apr-2009 19:01
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I logged into Geekzone to ask the exact same question.  I noticed a couple of days ago that TVNZ 6 & 7 have no EPG.  I use MediaPortal but import the same GBPVR XML file.

I think the author of the software that compiles these listings monitors the HTPC forum which is where this question should be asked.

I'll do so later when I have time if no one else does so in the meantime.




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  Reply # 204784 1-Apr-2009 20:35
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rlevis: I logged into Geekzone to ask the exact same question.  I noticed a couple of days ago that TVNZ 6 & 7 have no EPG.  I use MediaPortal but import the same GBPVR XML file.

I think the author of the software that compiles these listings monitors the HTPC forum which is where this question should be asked.

I'll do so later when I have time if no one else does so in the meantime.


I just checked my epg, for tvnz 6, and it has programs, tvnz 7 looks a little light though.  I get my epg direct off satellite.




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Reply # 204925 2-Apr-2009 15:59
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That 's quite funny.


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  Reply # 204929 2-Apr-2009 16:35
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sallyfan2008:

That 's quite funny.




Hilarious!  Someone mentioned on another thread that the EIT data for TVNZ 6/7 is back on the Freeview satellite transmission so should be fine for tomorrows XML update.





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