[mythtv] DVB3.5 - removed channels won't come back
rtjacob at earthlink.net
Mon Jan 10 13:09:56 EST 2005
> Broadcasters are only encouraged to not change the TVCT too often,
> they not required to. A 4 bit number will roll over too quickly to
> depend on it. You can achieve the goal of not hitting the database too
> often by storing the PSIP CRC instead, at the cost of storing a 4 byte
> number instead of a 4 bit number in the database.
Have you actually seen these version numbers change that quickly?
If the VersionChanges so does the CRC, unless you mean do a CRC on the payload
> Why have MythTV fail whenever the broadcaster reboots their equipment,
> when you don't have to?
The only time it would fail is is they:
- rebooted their equipment kept the same VCT version
- changed the payload
This also would break all Set Top Boxes out there as well..
I also made a follow up post that was much clearer.. Sorry for shooting from the
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