[mythtv-users] Can't tune digital channels after --do-channels-update
rcs at malibyte.net
Thu Jan 18 08:59:59 UTC 2007
Please disregard...I seem to have it working at the moment. Ran a regular
mythfilldatabase run again, 2 or 3 times; all of a sudden ... I have all
Bob Sully wrote:
> OK...since I never got any help on importing my old digital-channel
> database back in, I did a re-scan the other night, remapped the xmltv IDs.
> Everything was great at this point - I could watch (and record) all the
> digital channels, switching to an NTSC channel (analog tuner) happened
> immediatel....all was well, except all the digital channels were still
> named "UNKNOWN xx#y".
> So, I ran mythfilldatabase --do-channel-updates to go out and get the
> right info from the video source.
> (1) I can't tune any of the digital channels - at all.
> (2) I have to manually switch ('c') tuners to get the analog channels
> (this is a pcHDTV-5500 card with both NTSC and dvb tuners).
> What happened??? I deleted all the duplicates in sourceID #1 that I could
> This is p*ss*ng me off big-time. I was so close to having a fully working
> setup. :-(
> Bob Sully wrote:
>> OK, all of you mySQL gurus...a question (aprdon the long post, but this
>> kind of involved:
>> I previously had one video source for my three inputs - I was recently
>> advised that this was the wrong way to do this. So, I set up two new
>> video sources, via Zap2It Labs, so I now have three for this pcHD5500
>> (1) Those unencrypted channels which I can get via digital cable on my
>> input (this will also be used for firewire later, since they both can
>> be used for unencrypted channels);
>> (2) All of the NTSC/analog channels, for the NTSC ("television") input
>> the card;
>> (3) All channels in my plan, for the s-video input on the card, from the
>> My previous channel database took me a LONG time to clean up, as I had
>> map all of the unencrypted digital/HDTV channels from the 400 or so that
>> the dvb tuner was able to pick up, most of which were encrypted - these
>> latter I went through and deleted. Those that remained, I had to go
>> through and remap to the actual channel numbers (e.g. "Unknown 94#2" may
>> have been "KABCDT" (ABC HD) on channel 407. So, before going to the
>> step, I backed up the whole machine.
>> Now...when I fetched channels from Zap2It and ran mythfill database, I
>> had a setup where I couldn't get a lock on any channels on the digital
>> analog tuners - only the s-video - probably because there were overlaps,
>> dupes, etc. So, I wound up wiping the new channel DB completely, then
>> mythfilldatabase again. This time, I only had channels from (3) above -
>> which was ALL possible channels - but the dvb and analog tuners had no
>> channels and couldn't tune anything. I then did a fetch on (2) in
>> mythtv-setup and ran mythfilldatabase again. Now I have channels from
>> sourceIDs (2) and (3), and the analog tuner now works.
>> Now, my question is: How do I reimport the digital channels from my
>> original (backup) database back into the new database (so as to get my
>> QAM-256 channels back)?
>> Thanks very much...Bob
>> Bob Sully - Simi Valley, California, USA
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