[mythtv-users] using cable freq for broadcast HDTV
dave726 at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 03:53:12 UTC 2007
Hmm... I tried that... kinda, I set the zap2it ID in mythtv-setup, not the
frontend. when I ran mythfilldatabase after the ID was set, nothing got
populated. I got a question:
When you mapped your tuner to the local HDTV channels, did you push on the
"Retrieve Lineup from Source" (or something like that) button? If so, did
you have to scan the OTA channels first (I think this is a new restriction
starting with 0.20)?
On 1/24/07, Kevin Kuphal <kuphal at dls.net> wrote:
> Dave D wrote:
> > Is there a way to get local listings from zap2it, but watch the HD
> > shows from cable instead of OTA?
> > In other words, I'd like to change the frequencies to match the cable
> > frequencies of the HD channels and the modulation scheme to QAM256 for
> > local broadcast channels in mythtv so to 'fool' zap2it into thinking
> > it's local?
> > I currently have standard cable for my SD recordings and OTA for HD.
> > But I also get HD from cable. The problem is that Comcast (in all
> > it's glory) doesn't put EIT information in their digital channels...
> > at least here in Sacramento.
> > I've tried modifying the channels themselves from
> > mythtv-setup->channel editor to match the cable channel exactly to the
> > local HD channel with no luck... zap2it simply doesn't get the data.
> > Has anyone tried this? Can anyone tell me the SQL statement I can use
> > to get the frequencies associated with the channels? It wasn't
> > apparent to me when I looked at the tables.
> I do this. It works like your OTA setup I imagine. I have a "local"
> lineup on zap2it that checks off the HD channels but really the local
> distinction is only relevant in that this is how it is listed on
> zap2it. Then I map that lineup to my HD card, scan for channels, and
> then set the xmltvid's to match those in my lineup using the frontend
> channel editor (hit E while watching the channel). This is not any
> different as I understand it from setting up OTA.
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