[mythtv-users] "ERROR - No PIDS set" even though channels are
john.pullan at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 15:06:31 UTC 2005
On 19/09/05, Richard Jones <richardjones at optusnet.com.au> wrote:
> On Sun, 18 Sep 2005 05:04 pm, Jon Whitear wrote:
> > richardjones at optusnet.com.au wrote:
> > >When I try to run mythtv and use Live TV, I get the following in the
> > > mythbackend:
> > >
> > ><snip>
> > >2005-09-18 16:07:37.150 DVB#0 ERROR - Could not find dvb tuning parameters
> > > for transport 0 2005-09-18 16:07:37.150 DVB#0 ERROR - Failed to get
> > > channel options for channel 3.
> > If you run a scan in mythtv-setup, does it find all the channels?
> Nope. I've attached the log from that. I:
> 1. Channel Editor
> 2. Scan for channel(s)
> 3. Video Source is selected, as is Capture Card and Full Scan
> 4. All settings Auto, no Frequency set
> 5. Scan Progress says Scan Activity 0%, Signal Strength 99%, Signal/Noise 0%
> 6. Error tuning to transport
> I should point out that I can watch TV in xine.
> > >Running mythfilldatabase *appears* to work, though I get a lot of "ERROR:
> > > can't find DataSet for Nine Guide - 2005-09-18" (for various dates and
> > > channel names) in-between the printing of some hash "#" signs. This is
> > > using:
> > >
> > > tv_grab_au - (version 0.6.2 - release 2005-05-31)
> > Mythfilldatabase is somewhat separate from the actual channel settings.
> > You may want to check out Michael Smith's script, which seems to be the
> > favourite here. You can get it from:-
> > http://www.immir.com/tv_grab_au
> Thanks, I'll give that a go!
Don't run mythfilldb until you've sorted out the channels. I'm
guessing that you haven't got a valid "channel 3" entry. i.e one
created by the scan.
Also because you're in Oz (cricket anyone :P) you probably need to
create multiple transports and scan each one to get a fully populated
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