[mythtv-users] How to tell myth what is encrypted channel
James Gutshall Jr
warchildx at gmail.com
Fri Nov 30 19:06:30 UTC 2007
I am not sure, but I have a similar condition (though my issue was related
to tuner inputs, not specific to DVB-t). What I ended up doing is creating
2 channel linups. I left the "special" card for last in my tuner linup
because I havent gotten the priority thing working.
basically to mimic your setup...
tuner 1 = regular tuner = linup 1
tuner 2 = regular tuner = linup 1
tuner 3 = encrypt support tuner = linup 2
linup 1 contains all the channels EXCEPT encrypted.
linup 2 is based of same list as linup 1 except that it contains ALL the
therefore, tuner priority starts on 1, then 2, then 3 last. UNLESS it is
for a encrypted channel. in this case, only tuner 3 has those channels, and
therefore, normal TV doesnt tie up the card with the CAM slot.
On Nov 30, 2007 10:42 AM, Ismo Tanskanen <ismot at telemail.fi> wrote:
> I have three dvb-t tuners, all set to same input source.
> Only one card has sc-reader and ability to watch encrypted channels. Two
> other cards only show unencrypted channels.
> I can set "only unencrypted channels" in input connections for two other
> cards. But myth still tries to show encrypted channels with them. Also,
> when I schedule recordings, myth tries to use those tuners for encrypted
> channels too. Of cource recording fails.
> I can't find any setting in channel database, to tell myth that channel
> is encrypted. Is there a way to do this? Or does myth try to conclude it
> somehow itself?
> Is it only way to make two input connections one for card with card
> reader and one for two other cards? I have found that this setup leads
> to problems too.
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