[mythtv-users] Lineup question

David Liana dliana.mythtv at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 12:32:00 UTC 2011

Thanks Mark.

A scan (or at least some channel editing) on my back end was due anyways, as
TW changed the mapping of two channels.

This will be this weekends task :-)

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:29 AM, Mark Lord <mythtv at rtr.ca> wrote:

> On 11-03-31 09:58 PM, David Liana wrote:
> ..
> > I created a Schedules Direct lineup with all the stations I receive and
> > associated it with the card (as per the "How to scan for ATSC/QAM
> channels" or
> > whatever the name was from the wiki - this was years ago and this has
> worked
> > alright since).
> >
> > From time to time, TW will add some out of market (currently, they have
> some of
> > the Syracuse locals) channels for testing purposes, and you can only see
> these
> > if you scan for channels.  They aren't a part of the lineup, nor are
> these
> > options in the Schedules Direct lineups for my area.  I've tried
> different Zip
> > Codes, but I will loose out on some of the channels I currently
> have/want.
> >
> > Is there any way I can get the lineups?  Is it as easy as creating a new
> lineup
> > with the Syracuse channels, and just inputing the XML TV ID for the
> channel in
> > the editor (without changing the association to the new lineup)?  Am I
> totally
> > off base here/missing something?
> That (last paragraph above) should work, but you will still need to re-scan
> so that the new channels get associated with the card/source ("input")
> combo.
> I've done this for "missing" channels from our local lineup,
> using a far-away lineup to get the SD data for them,
> and manually entering the matching XMLID after scanning.
> Cheers
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