[vdr] dvbscan vs builtin update generates double entries.
oliver at schinagl.nl
Mon Dec 27 14:10:38 CET 2010
> On 19.12.2010 02:46, Oliver Schinagl wrote:
>> I have created a channel.conf from dvbscan and used the built update
>> function from VDR.
>> All channels seem to be added/modified properly, but the FTA channels
>> are different. Instead of modifying my current entry, it created new ones.
>> Nederland 1;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:0000:0000:0000:0:1101:8720:2214:0
>> Nederland 1;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:7011:7012:7013:0:1101:8720:2211:0
>> Nederland 2;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:0000:0000:0000:0:1102:8720:2214:0
>> Nederland 2;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:7021:7022:7023:0:1102:8720:2211:0
>> Nederland 3;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:0000:0000:0000:0:1103:8720:2214:0
>> Nederland 3;Digitenne:546000000:C12D12M64B8T8G4Y0:T:27500:7031:7032:7033:0:1103:8720:2211:0
>> I took the liberty of expanding the VID, AID and TID from 0 to 0000 so
>> they'd align better in this e-mail only.
>> All entries work however! Which baffles me. How can something without
>> vid/aid work at all? Also, it seems that the 'proper' entry doesn't
>> display EPG data at all. Ironically, the scrambled channels all seem to
>> work just fine. Any clues on this?
> The channels with zero PIDs have a TID (Transport stream ID) of 2214, ehile
> those with actual PIDs have 2211. Only one of these can be right, I guess.
Yip, I changed the TID to 2214 to get both epg info and not have VDR
re-add it over and over again. Question remains, why does dvbscan and
vdr-backgroundscanner find different TID's :S
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