[mythtv-users] A hope regarding the new SchedulesDirect methodology

Robert Eden rmeden at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 9 03:56:21 UTC 2007

On 8/8/2007 10:41 PM, Ian Forde wrote:
>> The solution is to filter channels on the client side.   Maybe the 
>> capability will be added to the native myth grabber, but if not, feel 
>> free to use the XMLTV grabber as it can filter at the client level.  I 
>> believe current versions of  the myth XMLTV loader finds all the 
>> "special" fields that Z2L provided, and XMLTV put in "strange" places.  
>> If  they missed some, I'm sure I can work it out with them.
> I think I see what you mean - so I should have one "unified" listing,
> then use the channel editor in myth to disable the
> non-working-per-cable-box per tuner, right?
I don't use Myth so I can't tell you if disabling the channels will 
work.  Sounds feasable.

BTW.. if you do use the XMLTV route,  in the first run use add --dd-data 
to save the raw file, then use --dd-data --reprocess with a different 
--config file for the other lineups.. that way you only download the raw 
data once.


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