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# 37859 20-Jul-2009 16:37
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Is anyone hosting an mxf file that we can download for our beloved 7mc guide yet?

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  # 247199 16-Aug-2009 14:39
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+1!

I would be suspicious of the mxf being married to your machine somehow. I had a quick look at the guts of one I converted using BSE tool and there's some PKI stuff in there, perhaps someone with a bit more knowledge on the subject could shed some light...

Or you could post your own mxf file, one of the punters here may be game enough to give it a shot :)



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  # 247487 17-Aug-2009 09:17
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Rats. Here I was thinking it was just a generic file that could be imported easily...
I haven't been able to find a good guide on setting up a system to import an xmltv file to generate a mxf file. The catch with my system is that I don't have internet at home ;) Anyone know of any? I want to be able to download the xmltv file at work, then generate and import the mxf file at home.

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  # 247531 17-Aug-2009 11:09
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BSE (Big Screen EPG) works well and can use a existing file.







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  # 247535 17-Aug-2009 11:14
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Yeah! It probably does, but you need to be online to register it. Which I ain't!

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  # 247604 17-Aug-2009 12:40
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Hmm could you take the media centre to someone that does have internet access and register? Sorry I just can't imagine not having internet at home...







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  # 247676 17-Aug-2009 13:59
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Obviously I had thought of that, but thanks ;)

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  # 247836 17-Aug-2009 18:54
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do you have a satellite dish? could always just get a satellite tuner and then you?ll have a 7-day guide



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  # 248013 18-Aug-2009 08:58
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Ok, so say I get a DVB-S tuner, and I get the 7-day guide, will that map thru to the DVB-T HD channels, so I can record HD channels with the guide from the DVB-S tuner?

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  # 248164 18-Aug-2009 13:57
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Yes. All you need to do is merge the channels.







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  # 248211 18-Aug-2009 15:28
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yep works perfectly that how i get my guide, only problem is there is no guide for the Chinese channel which is DVB-T only

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