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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1461 Stickan

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Posted 15 December 2018 - 19:47

I have problem with 27,5w and my new Vu+Ultimo 4K. Channels running fine on my DM900 with CCcam 2.3.2 and OpenATV6.2. But not on Ultimo 4K. I have tried with both CCcam and oscam and OpenPLi 7.0, but not working. I use same channel list on both recievers. Is there anything to do?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1462 Robinson

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Posted 15 December 2018 - 21:53

They will not work with Cccam. You need to use oscam emu.


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1463 Stickan

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Posted 16 December 2018 - 09:42

Well, I am just now watching BBC1 HD on my DM900 uhd with CCcam 2.3.2. OpenATV 6.2.

 

BBC One HD
Extra Parameters - c:050001,c:1219ca,C:2600,f:4
Video:6601
Pcr:6601
 
 On my Vu+Ultimo 4K it does not work. I have tried both CCcam and oscam.


Edited by Stickan, 16 December 2018 - 09:44.


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1464 Robinson

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Posted 16 December 2018 - 17:01

With brands other than DM you need to do much more to make it work. First of all, I said oscam emu, not oscam.

Then you need proper keys (which you probably have) and proper lamedb entries, which you may or may not have.


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1465 Stickan

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Posted 16 December 2018 - 18:41

Ok, thanks for your information. For the moment snowweather makes signal = 0.



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1466 doublet

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Posted 10 January 2019 - 22:18

Film4+1 removed

More4+1 added (SID 0x4fc0, PMT 0x1d4c)



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1467 Robinson

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 13:04

Interesting news. Are all the parameters the same as for Film4+1?

By the way, it is good, doublet, you are still on the forum occasionally.

Thanks for your great work which made it possible for athoik to implement your solution in Enigma.


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1468 lacierva

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 16:48

if the parameters are the same as film4+1 i cant seem to open more4+1 on vusolo2, is anything actually broadcasting on the channel ?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1469 v12nut

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 17:40

Curious, More4 is opening in the same slot I had Film4+1, so I guess the parameters are the same but I also have two more changes BBC Scotland HD and STV HD not opening but listed.



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1470 lacierva

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 18:45

very strange that i cant open it if its the same parameters ? something must be different in the lamedb?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1471 doublet

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Posted 11 January 2019 - 23:56

Interesting news. Are all the parameters the same as for Film4+1?

By the way, it is good, doublet, you are still on the forum occasionally.

Thanks for your great work which made it possible for athoik to implement your solution in Enigma.

Parameters are same with exception of SID. As transponder mirrors 2 terrestrial BBC MUXes, you can always look here for actual content and parameters:

http://www.digitalbi...n&mux=BBCA-PSB1

http://www.digitalbi...n&mux=BBCB-PSB3

 

Yeah, I don't go to forum because I watch TV all the time  :)  ...mostly CBeebies with my daughter ;)

After my dreambox retires, I will definitely look for something what can (both hardware-wise and software-wise) receive this transponder easily. Do you have some recommendation?


Edited by doublet, 11 January 2019 - 23:56.


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1472 lacierva

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 01:00

 

Interesting news. Are all the parameters the same as for Film4+1?

By the way, it is good, doublet, you are still on the forum occasionally.

Thanks for your great work which made it possible for athoik to implement your solution in Enigma.

Parameters are same with exception of SID. As transponder mirrors 2 terrestrial BBC MUXes, you can always look here for actual content and parameters:

http://www.digitalbi...n&mux=BBCA-PSB1

http://www.digitalbi...n&mux=BBCB-PSB3

 

Yeah, I don't go to forum because I watch TV all the time  :)  ...mostly CBeebies with my daughter ;)

After my dreambox retires, I will definitely look for something what can (both hardware-wise and software-wise) receive this transponder easily. Do you have some recommendation?

 

so doublet a different sid would have to lead to a different lamedb entry ? 20416 is the new sid for more4+1 and this has to be converted as an entry in the lamedb am i right ?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1473 gorski

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 01:07

Zgemma H7S (2 x DVB-S2X + DVB-T2) gets my vote any time, doublet... :)


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Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1474 lacierva

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 01:14

the new sid converts to 4fco

i have edited that and still no joy



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1475 doublet

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 09:11

Guys,

wherever your keys (constant cw) are stored, you'll need new entry (or change existing FIlm4+1 entry) with new SID 4fc0. In my case (oscam), I had to modify oscam.constcw and oscam.dvbapi.



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1476 lacierva

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Posted 12 January 2019 - 13:57

Guys,

wherever your keys (constant cw) are stored, you'll need new entry (or change existing FIlm4+1 entry) with new SID 4fc0. In my case (oscam), I had to modify oscam.constcw and oscam.dvbapi.

thanks doublet,

yes the 4fc0 had to be edited on the key entry, and lamedb



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1477 Stickan

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Posted 16 January 2019 - 21:44

I had 27,5w channels decoded om my Ultimo 4 K before stable versoin of 7.0, But not after loaded stable new version. I have the same configuration, sut no decoding of BBC1 etc. Am I alone with this problem?



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1478 pecorazza

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Posted 4 February 2019 - 17:28

Yes, you can record in standby now but you need to give up doublet's script and use correct lamedb entries and oscam emu with correct keys.

Still looking for a new box for recording these channels. Does anybody knows if it's possible to record subtitles as well and with which box?

Has anyone any experience about it?

 

Thank you very much



Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1479 ManoloMos

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Posted 7 February 2019 - 11:43

Hello. This is my first post and I want to thank all the people which with their knowledge made me possible to enable my DM800se for this channels.
And yes, with my Dreambox DM800se the subtitles is recorded and can be played later, but in the same device, if I try to play in other device I can't, I suppose is dued to DRM or other copyright protection system.
In other receiver, Quark Combo, I can't see the subtitles, I don't know how to put the Subtitles Pids, or maybe it is not possible.


Re: Enigma2 and BBC/ITV at 27.5W Intelsat - a big challenge #1480 pecorazza

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Posted 7 February 2019 - 13:05

 

Hello. This is my first post and I want to thank all the people which with their knowledge made me possible to enable my DM800se for this channels.
And yes, with my Dreambox DM800se the subtitles is recorded and can be played later, but in the same device, if I try to play in other device I can't, I suppose is dued to DRM or other copyright protection system.
In other receiver, Quark Combo, I can't see the subtitles, I don't know how to put the Subtitles Pids, or maybe it is not possible.

 

Thanks for the reply. Do you think it is possible to extract them from the recorder TS file with a tool such "Clumpco's Teletext Subtitle Extractor"? Thank you






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