[mythtv-users] How to tell a tuner not to record a specific channel ?

Mudit Wahal mwahal at gmail.com
Wed Nov 30 18:40:27 EST 2005

I did create two different lineups. The channels shows up twice in the
mythweb program listing. But the already scheduled programs in the
same time slot start to have conflict, even though I dont see any when
I look at the times.

If I change the second tuner back to the original lineup, i.e. both
tuners share the same lineup, the conflicts go away.


On 11/28/05, Kevin Kuphal <kuphal at dls.net> wrote:
> Mudit Wahal wrote:
> >Hi,
> >
> >I've two HDTV tuners in my mythbox (version 0.18) recording OTA HDTV.
> >One is HD3000 and other is Fusion HDTV Lite. I've a RG6 cable
> >connected to the antenna, and a splitter at the other end. The
> >splitter feeds these two cards. I've setup OTA US ATSC Broadcast in my
> >zap2it  subscription for both cards.
> >
> >The HD3000 is very good in picking up all the channels. The Fusion
> >Lite has problem in picking up WB20, but it picks up everything else.
> >HD3000 is encoder 1 and Fusion is encoder 2 as per the setup.
> >
> >What I really want is that duing the scheduling, Fusion card shouldn't
> >even know about WB20 channel. All WB20 recordings should be done only
> >by encoder 1 (HD3000). I'd like to delete channel 20-1 from the Fusion
> >channel list but keep it in the HD3000 list. I didn't see any option
> >for deleting channels based on the encoders etc.
> >
> >Is there anyway to accomplish it ?
> >
> >
> Set up two lineups at zap2it, one for each card.  Remove the problem
> channel from lineup for the card that doesn't like it.
> Kevin
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