[mythtv-users] Re: tzap versus mythtv - DVB channel change issues
dscoular at cisco.com
Thu Jun 30 01:03:19 UTC 2005
Hi Blammo et al,
On June 28th, 2005, blammo [doh] wrote:
> On 6/27/05, Doug Scoular <dscoular at cisco.com> wrote:
> > However, when I fire up MythTV I have problems.
> > MythTV has no problem tuning to the start channel (10),
> > but if I try and change channels it fails to get lock
> > and I see the following in the logs:
> Have you re-done a channel scan from mythtv-setup since you added the
> other card? that looks like a PID problem to me.
I hadn't because I thought since they share the
same antenna they would use the same channel
source details. I thought tuning to "ABC Sydney"
on either card would pick up a single PID.
I fired up mythtv-setup and, you are right, you can
specify which card to use during the "scan" so I
tried another scan... but I can't really see what
to do next... presumably it finds the same channels
but after that... do I need to do something to associate
them with a channel number ?
For example, if my first Nova-T DVB-T card has
tuned to "ABC Sydney" and I've associated that
with channel number 2, then my second card
(the AverMedia AverTV USB 2.0 DVB-T) card
scans and finds "ABC Sydney" and I want it to
be associated with channel number 2 regardless
of which card I'm viewing through... do I need
to do anything more ?
I'm fairly confused I have to admit!
Also, full scans never seem to work here in Sydney, Australia.
I always have to manually enter the transport frequencies and
then use "scan existing transports" to find any channels.
Any words of wisdom much appreciated.
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