[vdr] USA channels.conf for analog 'pvrinput'
linuxtv at nzbaxters.com
Sun Jun 18 07:45:07 CEST 2006
I've never had any reply to this.
Can anyone help me work out the right format for an analog channels.conf
----- Original Message -----
From: "Simon Baxter" <linuxtv at nzbaxters.com>
To: "VDR Mailing List" <vdr at linuxtv.org>
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2006 9:34 AM
Subject: [vdr] USA channels.conf for analog 'pvrinput'
> I'm running vdr-1.4.0 with pvrinput-0.1.1 and can't get any sound, or a
> clean picture.
> All channels configured tune ok, but they have the top 2/3rds of the
> black & white with flickering distortion, a fuzzy bar below that and what
> looks like the remaining top of the picture, below that.
> here's a bunch of my channels:
> 4 KOMO;KOMO:67250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1089:0
> 5 KING;KING:77250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1090:0
> 6 KONG;KONG:83250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1091:0
> 7 KIRO;KIRO:175250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1092:0
> 8 DSCP;DSCP:181250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1093:0
> 9 KCTS;KCTS:187250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1094:0
> 10 KTWB;KTWB:193250:C0I0:C:0:301:300:305:A1:12003:1:1095:0
> (I gather the last 4 fields are arbitrary?)
> the frequencies I obtained from ivtv-tune -l
> 4 67.250
> 5 77.250
> 6 83.250
> 7 175.250
> 8 181.250
> 9 187.250
> 10 193.250
> also, if I set the 3rd field to C0I999 (PAL) it has no affect. If I set
> to C0I1 (SECAM) it says 'can't start transfer mode' - which is what I
> if I use ivtv, it works fine with freevo and mplayer:
> [vdruser at media vdr-1.4.0]$ ivtv-tune -c4
> /dev/video0: 67.250 MHz (Signal Detected)
> Am I doing this right?
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