[vdr] Channel find/update problem on 1.3.25
mws at twisted-brains.org
Mon Jun 13 20:47:32 CEST 2005
are you talking 'bout premiere subchannels on "direkt" and "sportportal"?
On Monday 13 June 2005 20:23, Tomahawk wrote:
> Just tried to insulate the available data using dvbsnoop
> As far as I can see the needed data is not in SDT but because you get
> the Program number it seems you would have to scan all PATs (perhaps by
> caching them everytime you are tuned to their transponder) for the right
> program number.
> But at least you would know it is not on the current transponder because
> its not in the actual PAT.
> Program Association Table (PAT) for 378 MHz in my case holds the correct
> information for the channel
> Program_number: 221 (0x00dd)
> reserved: 7 (0x07)
> Program_map_PID: 97 (0x0061)
> I will dig into the tuxbox code where this works without problems to
> determine their way of working on this.
> Klaus Schmidinger schrieb:
> > Tomahawk wrote:
> >> ...
> >> Getting back to the core problem, why is it that VDR detects the channel
> >> (even gives it the right name), but takes the Frequency of the base
> >> channel for this one instead of the correct frequency ?
> >> E.g. he takes the the 362 MHz of th base channel instead of 378 MHz
> >> where the channel physically resides.
> > I guess that's because in the SDT filer (where new channels are detected)
> > the only known frequency is that of the channel that is currently
> > delivering
> > the data. But maybe there is still something missing in VDR's way of
> > handling
> > this, so please feel free to debug into this and let me know if you
> > find something.
> > Klaus
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