[mythtv-users] Oplympics on Channel NINE Australia
Dean at cognation.net
Sat Jul 28 22:10:19 UTC 2012
Maybe...because he's in Australia and the bbc channels aren't available
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> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Oplympics on Channel NINE Australia
> On 28 July 2012 16:15, Mike Perkins <mikep at randomtraveller.org.uk>
> > On 28/07/12 11:36, Matthew Hubbard wrote:
> >> On 28 July 2012 17:25, Igor Cicimov <icicimov at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> Hi guys,
> >>> I'm trying to set a Power search rule for the Olympics on Channel
> >>> (Australia) like this:
> >>> channel.callsign = 'NINE DIGITAL' AND program.title = 'London 2012
> >>> Olympic
> >>> Games' AND program.subtitle NOT LIKE '%Shooting%' AND
> >>> NOT
> >>> LIKE '%Archery%'
> >>> Is this going to work and record only the events I want and skip
> >>> I
> >>> don't want as given in the query above? I'm using Shepherd for my
> >>> guide and not sure if the program subtitle is even relevant here.
> >>> Wonder what kind of recording rule(s) have others using Shepherd
> >>> the
> >>> games?
> >> I'm in Melbourne using shepherd guide data. My guide data is just
> >> generic 4 hour blocks listing all the sports that might be shown in
> >> between the swimming heats. Program Subtitles are just Day 1, Day 2
> >> etc.
> >> I don't think your power searches will be successful given the
> >> of the guide data we have available.
> >> I've got a non-Olympic power search for cycling that has scheduled
> >> about 20 hours of recordings but I'll be surprised if I actually
> >> much cycling. I suppose that's what the skip button is for though.
> > (Fixed top posting)
> > Don't be surprised. I've just watched the men's road race live (ie
> > the aid of mythtv) and I can confirm the whole race was shown.
> > it was switched seemingly randomly between BBC1 and BBC3 with a
> > the red button.
> > The schedules, even in the UK, aren't good enough for this kind of
> > behaviour. But I don't think that the schedules are the problem,
> > whole of the output I have seen so far, including some of the
> > [soccer], shows that the output from the BBC is far below the
> > would have expected for such an event.
> > --
> > Mike Perkins
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> Why aren't you watching on the extra BBC channels?
> The whole race was shown live earlier on BBC Olympic Stream 3 and the
> EIT info on the Stream Channels has been pretty spot on all day except
> where they had time overruns in the Judo.
> Here's a screengrab of the midday listings....
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