[mythtv-users] Transmitting on two separate IR transmitters via IguanaIR
ben at locojeeper.com
Tue Apr 13 17:20:25 UTC 2010
That makes sense... it be good if you have a means to share that
script with the group.
It sounds like the best / most elementary option is to do the
set_transmitter prior to each and every channel change from within the
script (not a huge deal, just wanted to make sure I wasn't missing the
I like your idea of making it one script with an option flag. That
makes it efficient if I ever go to troubleshoot.
Ben T. Eisemann
beisemann at gmail.com
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On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 12:58 PM, Kirk Bocek <t004 at kbocek.com> wrote:
> On 4/13/2010 9:46 AM, Ben Eisemann wrote:
>> Hey gang,
>> Well (I think) I finally got my Iguana USB IR Transceiver (2 plugs
>> version) changing channels on a Motorola DTA100 under Mythbuntu.
>> My next step is to setup a second tuner and DTA100 combo, and drive it
>> off the 2nd plug from the IguanaIR.
>> My questions is this: how do I go from transmitting out channel 1 and
>> then go and send an IR signal to a separate DTA100 sitting behind
>> channel 3?
>> I realize I could probably make two separate channel change scripts
>> just send the "set_transmitter 1" at the top of 1 and "set_transmitter
>> 3" at the top of the other. But is there a more elementary way that I
>> am missing?
> I'm not using the Iguana transceiver but in my dual-tuner setup I made the
> transmitter selection one of the parameters to my channel change script. So in
> myth I specified the channel change script as "myscriptname 1" for the first
> tuner and "myscriptname 2" for the second. This way I have only one script to
> maintain. I'll be happy to share it if you want.
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