[vdr] [patch] channels with same pids
ua0lnj at bk.ru
Sun Feb 24 07:20:24 CET 2008
1. cChannel::PluginParam() need for iptv plugin.
sorry, i was attached bad version for native vdr.
See attach for this message.
2. You right of cause, the triplet SID/NID/TID is supposed to be unique
within one satellite, but in really we have incorrect pid tables on many
satellites, and in local iptv networks. Example, see
http://www.lyngsat.com/eam2.html, some channels have equal pids:
11650V, 11190H, and 11044H too.
This is fault of sat providers, but we have it as is. And be a fine, if
vdr can works correct with such channels, without editing channel.conf
On Sat, 23/02/2008 18:03 +0100, Klaus Schmidinger wrote:
> On 02/22/08 04:29, ua0lnj wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Some satellites have many channels with same sid, nid, tid on different
> > transponders. This is incorrect pid table, and vdr works with it not
> > good, need scan channels and change rid manually, but if you select
> > "transponder update" all you settings will be rewrite and channels
> > deleted as duplicate.
> > I have this trouble on ABS1 75.0 E and Express AM2 80.0 E, and I have
> > very many channels with same pids on my iptv stream.
> > After this patch, vdr parsing duplicate pids, and if transponders is
> > not equal, channel not deleted, but rid wil be increased. If pids and
> > transponders are equal, channel will be deleted as duplicate.
> > Patch was made for vdr-1.5.12, but works with 1.5.15 too.
> > Attached 3 patches, for native vdr and vdr + iptv plugin patched and for
> > native reelchannelscan-0.4.1 plugin (include patch for 1.5.xx).
> First of all, there is no cChannel::PluginParam() in plain vanilla VDR 1.5.15.
> Secondly, as far as I understand this, the triplet SID/NID/TID is supposed
> to be unique within one satellite.
> Can you point me to a standard document that would indicate otherwise?
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