[mythtv-users] [Fwd: Re: What HDTV capture card has themostsupport?]

Trampas tstern at nc.rr.com
Sat Feb 24 23:28:57 UTC 2007


I was trying to figure out how to delete the encrypted channels, I had not
thought about using mythweb. I also need figure out the call sign for the
channels as that the channel the HDTV channel is on is not the same as the
zap2it...

Trampas

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[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Rod Smith
Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2007 4:25 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] [Fwd: Re: What HDTV capture card has
themostsupport?]

On Saturday 24 February 2007 15:48, Trampas wrote:
> I just got a HDHomeRun and I can receive the HDTV over the cable, at least
> the unencrypted channels but have not figured out how to delete the
> encrypted ones from myth and how to set up the correct schedule. Does
> anyone have a link to a how to?

Are you trying to delete the encrypted channels so that they don't show up
at 
all in MythTV, or so that they don't show up for the HDHomeRun device but do

show up for some other device? If the former, I find the easiest way to 
delete channels is from MythWeb. If you're running it, go to:

http://localhost/mythweb/settings/channels

(Change "localhost" to your MythTV system's hostname, if appropriate.) You
can 
then check the "delete" boxes to the left of each unwanted channel and 
click "Save."

If you're not running MythWeb, you can do the same from mythtv-setup. Go
into 
the Channel Editor, select a channel you don't want, and press the "d" key. 
This will produce a dialog box asking for confirmation. You'll need to
repeat 
this process for each channel.

If you want to keep the encrypted channels available for another tuner (say,

an NTSC tuner connected to a cable box), then I believe your best bet is to 
create multiple sources. In mythtv-setup, select the Video Sources option
and 
create one source for the HDHomeRun (you might call it "unencrypted digital"

or something) and another for your cable box (or whatever; you might call 
it "cable box"). You can then assign those sources to the appropriate input 
devices using the Input Connections page and, if necessary, edit the
channels 
for each (as just described) in the Channel Editor or via MythWeb.

-- 
Rod Smith
http://www.rodsbooks.com
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