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Topic # 146561 21-May-2014 22:32
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Hi,
for some reason, I cannot get the "TV ONE plus 1" and TV2+1" to show in the MediaPortal guide.
Could this be related to the change in transponders frequency for Waiatarua? I had to do a re-scan recently as 666000Mhz has no channels now, they moved to 602000? From what I see in TVGuide.xml the data for the channels is there (channel id 1206 and 1207) but it is not displayed in MediaPortal TV Guide.

I have activated all channels in TV Server -> All Channels, but the tv guide for these two is just not loading.
I see multiple instances of the same channel but no tv guide for these two. I did this because for other channels with multiple instances, some would have guide data and some would not. I will then de-select the ones not showing the tv guide and after that re-arrange them in the order I want to appear in Media Portal guide. I hope the explanation is clear...

Anyone else experiencing something like this, please?
EPG Collector is set to scan on 538000, 570000, 602000, scan goes allright, no errors (as far as I can tell).
Do I need to add other frequency?




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  Reply # 1050887 22-May-2014 10:28
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I can't answer your MP question but I notice you mention using all 3 frequencies in EPGC.

The 3 frequencies all broadcast the same EPG so you only need to scan one of them. It will be quicker.



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  Reply # 1050947 22-May-2014 11:22
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the three frequencies carry different channels, I thought that I need to scan all of them.
But you are right, I recall that before these recent changes, I used to scan only 578000 and the EPG data was complete.

Thank you.




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