[mythtv-users] Supporting schedulesdirect.org
gallatin at cs.duke.edu
Thu Aug 9 18:46:15 UTC 2007
Michael T. Dean [mtdean at thirdcontact.com] wrote:
> On 08/09/2007 09:03 AM, Andrew Gallatin wrote:
> > David Shay [david at shay.net] wrote:
> >> On 8/8/07, Don Smith <dcsmith at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Isn't it true that there is more vbi data available than this. My
> >>> understanding is that local pbs stations broadcast a full lineup for all
> >>> channels many days in advance.
> >> Yes, this is what powers the TV Guide on Screen service in some
> >> VCR's/DVR's. This data comes from Gemstar and is redistributed by
> >> local PBS stations typically. Unfortunately, this data is encrypted,
> >> and to get the keys/data formats, you must acquire a license from
> >> Gemstar.
> > Is there any way to view the encrypted data stream with
> > an ATSC tuner card?
> I'm sure you're just interested in seeing if it's there, but in case
> someone else gets ideas, I think it should be said:
Indeed. Indeed... I was mainly interested because the last time I
re-scanned channels, Myth had a horrible time with my PBS station's
ATSC feed. It found a 4-100 channel which does not seem to be seen by
my TV's tuner (and missed one of the normal subchannels). I was
wondering if there was a way to tell if that's what that channel was.
It seems to be content-free from a picture standpoint.
What command line tools will show the vbi data?
> And, considering this is in the US, you may want to review the DMCA.
I think you meant to say ".. repeal the DMCA" :)
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