[mythtv-users] Nova-s and FreeSat settings ?
belcampo at zonnet.nl
Wed Jul 2 06:11:31 UTC 2008
Nick Rout wrote:
> On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 11:55 AM, Nick F <nikos.f at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 7/1/08, Paul <thannet at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Wonder if you can help, I am very confused by the setting in myth
>>> related to the Nova-s, I have managed to prove that the cards work by
>>> scanning :-
>>> scan -a0 -x 0
>>> -n /usr/share/doc/dvb-utils/examples/scan/dvb-s/Astra-28.2E
>>> Which produces a list of the channels fine.
>> I've always found it a lot simpler to scan directly from Myth, rather than
>> import a 'scan' file.
>> Kingofsat (and Lyngsat) have all the frequencies you need:
for 19.2E and 28.2E both 10773000 H and 22000000 are good starting
points for both.
After having done this choose to scan Ful scan of existing transports
and you'll have more then you want, so after that you can remove 'not
wanted' channels in the channel editor by selecting, scrolling too to be
removed channel, and pressing D
>> You need to do each transponder separately - so for E4 for example, just go
>> to the mythtv-setup, and in channel scan enter:
>> Frequency: 10729000, Modulation 22000, auto for the rest and it will scan
>> all the progs in that transponder (E4+1, Film4, Channel4, etc)
> There is a really good dguide here
> and here http://support.openmedia.co.nz/mypvr/support/how-to-set-up-freeview-dth-channels/
> These are obviously geared to the NZ freeview sat, so you will need to
> adjust your frequencies, polarisation and symbol rates, as well as LNB
> settings, but it does give a nice step by step approach with
> screenshots! You should also look for people in your geographical area
> who are on the same sat for advice.
> Also with 0.21 you now have multirec, but that shouldn't make too much
> I hope it is helpful.
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