[mythtv-users] Multytenne Dish and MythTV 0.22
belcampo at zonnet.nl
Sun Nov 22 17:59:57 UTC 2009
Jos Hoekstra wrote:
> Mark schreef op 22-11-2009 15:02:
>> Jos Hoekstra wrote:
>>> I've been looking for some time to install a satellite dish to
>>> receive some FTA. I was recommended the multytenne dish(1) because it
>>> offers me a relative small dish but still the possibility to tune to
>>> 4 satellites. The only information I can find about it in combination
>>> with MythTV is that there were some problems but also that things
>>> might have changed with 0.22.
>>> I'm looking for experiences other users have with this dish and would
>>> like to know if it works ok now.
>> Well, I for one have been dying to get FTA feeds into my mythbox,
>> since there's content on the wild feeds that's simply not available
>> anywhere else.
>> The big problem I've not been able to solve is the program guide
>> data. Myth really needs that to work properly. To the best of my
>> knowledge, that
>> data isn't available anywhere. A potential workaround might be to
>> locate individual channels that might be carried by other services,
>> and add that channel
>> data to your scheduler data, then change the database to record using
>> the proper source, but it's too kludgy for my tastes.
> Ehm, do you have experience using a multytenne dish?
> For the guidedata you could use the enclosed EIT-data of the streams. I
> use that for DVB-T now and it pretty much just works....
> Other people experiences with this dish?
Most of the time, for Dutch and English/BBC only current/next data, so I
've to use tv_grab_nl.py to get it complete for 7/8 days.
> Jos Hoekstra
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