[vdr] RFE: Make VDR more friendly when using combinations of DVB-S, DVB-T and DVB-C

Ludi ludi113 at hotmail.com
Sun Jun 17 09:33:08 CEST 2012


Hi Henning, 

First of all, thanks again for creating and continuing to offer such a
service as the channelpedia. 

Could you please tell us whether the channelpedia already provides an
interface that an application can use to retrieve the uniqueID if a is
passed to it? I can easily imagine plugins like the xmltv2vdr plugin
sending requests to the channelpedia to match epg and channels. 

Cheers, 

Francesco 



On Sun, 17 Jun 2012 08:47:20 +0200 Henning Pingel
<henning at henningpingel.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> As some of you might already know, I'm working on a way to 
> semi-automatically assign unique channel IDs to channels of different 
> DVB providers. As I currently don't have time to explain it in detail 
> today, I will just post some links and join this discussion later on 
> when I have more time to sit down and explain stuff. ;-)
> 
> The whole thing is based on Channelpedia, a sub-project of the yaVDR 
> distribution. It is a web-based channel string directory that can 
> contain channels from different DVB providers and DVB types. It
> stores all data centrally in a SQLITE database. This makes it easy to
> work with the data and generate lookup tables for VDR core or plugins.
> 
> Demos:
> <http://channelpedia.yavdr.com/gen/de_uniqueIDs2.html>
> <http://channelpedia.yavdr.com/gen/de_uniqueIDs.html> (JSON files 
> available for auto-assignment)
> 
> German language thread: 
> <http://www.vdr-portal.de/board1-news/board2-vdr-news/111607-announce-entwurf-channelpedia-generiert-automatisch-unique-kanal-ids/>
> 
> Regards,
> Henning
> 
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