[vdr] Can not view DVB-S2 channels
vnonas at otenet.gr
Sat May 10 17:39:05 CEST 2008
As far as trying vdr with clear DVB-S2 channels, unfortunately it is not
possible in my case since I only have access to Hotbird, which I think
has no clear DVB-S2 channels.
As fas as changing encrypted flag, vpid, ppid and dpid, can you please
give me an example, what I have to change in the following line:
Finally, I have to mention that using multiproto (not multiproto plus)
and modified szap, I can tune to Next HD and get a lock (of course I can
not watch the channel, I just get the message from modified szap that it
Modified szap does not work at all with multiproto plus.
Moreover, using multiproto (not multiproto plus) and vdr-1.5.14 (with
h264 patch) or vdr-1.5.12 (with dvb-s2 + h264 patch) I have exactly the
same behaviour with vdr-1.7.0 and multiproto plus : channel not
avaialble for all DVB-S2 channels.
>> Vangelis Nonas wrote:
>>> I dont think that this is the case because with encrypted DVB-S channels
>>> I get a blank screen but NOT the message "channel not available". I get
>>> this message ONLY on DVB-S2 channels. I can perfectly watch HD Suisse
>>> which is DVB-S.
>> with vdr 1.7 and the patch it s possible to say that there is something
>> if you remove the encrypted flag, and vpid, ppid and dpid they will
>> reappear when you switch to that channel - its there, maybe they are
>> not broadcasting at that moment
> I suppose Vangelis Nonas didn't remove any encrypted flags and pids. For you information - what's new in VDR 1.6.0
> The changes since version 1.5.13:
> - Removed switching to the next higher or lower channel if the current channel
> is not available, in order to allow staying on an encrypted channel that takes
> a while for the CAM to start decrypting.
> may be in 1.7.0 it was broken for dvb-s2 encrypted channels....
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