willyboyd at gmail.com
Fri Apr 6 18:22:34 UTC 2007
On 4/5/07, ryan patterson <ryan.goat at gmail.com> wrote:
> The HDhomerun is very easy to set up and use. I don't know why Willy Boyd
> says you have to put in xmltvid's. I never had to do that. I can't compare
> the HDhomerun's tuner against any other HD tuners. I hooked it up and it
> gets all my local HD channels. That is all I know.
Willy Boyd said you have to put in xmltvid's because Willy Boyd had
to. Sure, it picked up the info on my local channels, but I also
about aboue 30 other channels over QAM (I consider this a good thing
btw). For those, I most definitely had to put in xmltvid, otherwise
the channel name was something like "74#11" and there was no guide
data. I put in the proper xmltvid's (a process well documented if you
search around), and bam, I got guide data, channel icon, and etc for
channels like Food Network, VH1, etc.
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