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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #21 R7UST

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Posted 17 October 2014 - 14:58

No. they are missing from 28.2E



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #22 Acds

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Posted 17 October 2014 - 18:22

No. they are missing from 28.2E

 

That's something for EPGImport / XML TV authors to fix, nothing I can do.

 

Maybe make a post about it.



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #23 Robinson

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Posted 17 October 2014 - 20:31

but still have missing epg for STV Glasgow, Sky Sports 4 & a few others.

 

I believe Sky Sports 4 has just been fixed but there are a few copies of this so I'm not sure if all the SID's have been fixed.

As for STV Glasgow, there is no EPG for it. Unless you can find a reliable schedule for it on the internet. Can you?


Edited by Robinson, 17 October 2014 - 20:31.

ET9000, OpenPLi 4.0, 13E, 19E

HD51, OpenPLi 6.2, 75E - 30W


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #24 doglover

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Posted 17 October 2014 - 21:16

Tell me which are missing (including the servive refs)

I have fixed Sky Sports 4 (no data in the XMTV file) and a few others in the last couple of days.  So firstly reboot your box and reimport.  Also added ITVBe.

 

STV Glasgow:  http://player.stv.tv...date=2014-10-17

Is this the schedule?

 

Willy


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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #25 Robinson

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Posted 17 October 2014 - 21:35

STV Glasgow:  http://player.stv.tv...date=2014-10-17

Is this the schedule?

 

Unfortunately not.

NOW: 22:30 - 23:00 My Life in Ten Pictures
NEXT: 23:00 - 23:30 STV Glasgow News


ET9000, OpenPLi 4.0, 13E, 19E

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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #26 Porkys

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Posted 18 October 2014 - 18:06

Yes

Error: no module named EpgImportFilter.plugin
any suggestions to solve the problem?

Edited by Porkys, 18 October 2014 - 18:10.


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #27 Acds

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Posted 18 October 2014 - 21:59

 

 

Yes

Error: no module named EpgImportFilter.plugin
any suggestions to solve the problem?

 

Re-install the image completely, I think something messed up at OS level.



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #28 ColinB

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Posted 29 October 2014 - 16:28

Hi Acds, found a problem with missing channels when using.

Made a 4 channel bouquet of the 4 Film1 channels on 23.5e.

When using "Filtered Benelux" it only downloads Film1 Sundance. If I download "Full Benelux" all is normal.


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Sandisk 32GB USB for AFB, EPG, Picons & Timeshift

 

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4/1 DiSEqC  30w 13e 19e 28e

Sandisk 8GB USB for AFB, EPG, Picons & Timeshift

 

LG 49UH610V UHD-HDR

UHF/Cable/Sat

 

E-Channelizer

 

 

 


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #29 doglover

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Posted 30 October 2014 - 07:07

I think I understand the problem.

 

<channel id="Film1Action.nl">1:0:16:51b8:0c96:0003:00eb0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- Film1 Action -->
<channel id="Film1Action.nl">1:0:1:51b8:0c96:0003:00eb0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- Film1 Action -->
<channel id="Film1Family.nl">1:0:1:51ae:0c96:0003:00eb0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- film 1 Family A3 -->
<channel id="Film1Premiere.nl">1:0:19:51db:0c96:0003:00eb0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- film 1 Premiere HD A3 -->
<channel id="Film1Premiere.nl">1:0:1:51db:0c96:0003:00eb0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- film 1 Premiere HD A3 -->
<channel id="Film1Sundance.nl">1:0:16:51B3:C96:3:EB0000:0:0:0:</channel> <!-- film1 Sundance A3 -->

 

Service refs can be:  0c96:0003:00eb0000

or: c96:3:eb0000

 

both give the same result.

the version is dependant on the source where you take them from.  (lamedb or bouquet files)

 

I think this utility does not select the first version.

 

All the number are hexadecimal values.

 

Willy


~~Rytec Team~~
Xtrend ET6000 OpenPli (used as mediaplayer)
Mutant HD2400 OpenPli
Vu+ Duo OpenPli (backup)

Synology NAS

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*Pli/Rytec EPG POWERED*


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #30 Acds

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Posted 30 October 2014 - 13:05

I will fix that in the next build.

 

I made some serious improvements and added advanced matching where you can review all channels, their EPG data from XML sources and manually select what epg source you want

to be mapped to your channel(s). In addition I implemented suggestive channel name matchmaking using difflib library.

 

I will post the version later today or tomorrow.



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #31 ColinB

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Posted 30 October 2014 - 17:23

I will fix that in the next build.

 

I made some serious improvements and added advanced matching where you can review all channels, their EPG data from XML sources and manually select what epg source you want

to be mapped to your channel(s). In addition I implemented suggestive channel name matchmaking using difflib library.

 

I will post the version later today or tomorrow.

 

@Acds That would be welcomed. Thanks. Col :)


Xtrend et8000 7.1-Release

2 x 8/1 DiSEqC  30w 13e 19e 23e 28e   

Astrometa USB Tuner Working DVB-T2 now on Kernel 4.10+  ;)

WD10EARX 1TB

Sandisk 32GB USB for AFB, EPG, Picons & Timeshift

 

ZGemma Star S 7.0-Release

4/1 DiSEqC  30w 13e 19e 28e

Sandisk 8GB USB for AFB, EPG, Picons & Timeshift

 

LG 49UH610V UHD-HDR

UHF/Cable/Sat

 

E-Channelizer

 

 

 


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #32 hemertje

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Posted 30 October 2014 - 18:45

@acds

Can you host your work at E2Plugins Github?

Thx!

on the Glassfibre 1GB DVB-C...


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #33 Acds

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 11:21

@acds

Can you host your work at E2Plugins Github?

Thx!

Sure.

 

Sry guys for I being late with then new version, did not have time to sit on my pc for a while. :/



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #34 hemertje

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 18:41

great, thx!


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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #35 Acds

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 19:19

Ok here it is v.1.1.

 

There is no documentation and the Advanced screen is a bit complex, but here goes some level of explanation.

 

General idea behind the advanced matching screen is that you can have complete control over what the EPGImport plugin is doing.

 

The advanced matching screen is split into left and right section. On the left side, in the list, we review all the channels from our chosen bouquets from the beginning screen. If you change active bouquets on the beginning screen and go back to advanced option the visible channel list will refresh.

 

Pressing Ok button on the left side list will zap to that channel.

 

On the right side of the screen we see 3 lists. Upper list represent matches for selected channel in the left side list. That means every time we select different channel on the left side the right side list will refresh and show found matches for selected channel in the left side list.

 

Initial matching is done only by reference id, therefor on the right side we will see matches found for our channels that have matching ref in rytec channels file.

 

By clicking <> buttons we can focus the left side / right side list. If we selected right side list and press Ok, we will tag/un-tag the selected match. By un-tagging selected match we will actually block EPGImport plugin from importing epg data for that channel.

 

Considering that there are entries in the rytec epg files that are not yet matched to all existing channel ref's it's possible that some of our existing channels are unmatched because there is no known ref id in the channel file.

 

We can proceed now to name matching by loading epg data. Epg data files are actually the files that contain all channel epg data. We do that by clicking the red button on the advanced screen. 

We chose the rytec sources and press blue button (proceed).

 

Now we need to wait epg loading process to finish. The epg parser will recognize all program id's from the epg files and load 4 next events for each program. This is essential for the next matching step we need to do.

 

By clicking > button we will select right side list. Using 1,2,3 buttons will force name matching for selected channel versus all channels in the epg program files.

 

Name matching is done using libdiff library. This means that after we select a channel and press 1 or 2 or 3 button the right side list will show additional entries. These entries represent closest name matched from epg program file for that selected channel.

 

In addition below right side list we have 2 additional list. Right-bottom-left list represent epg data for selected match in the right side list and right-bottom-right list represent epg data for selected channel

on the left side list.

 

Now we can start reviewing all the data for our channels. We can analyze all name matches and review epg data and confirm that selected channel match is indeed our selected channel.

 

We can determine that channel match is actually correct but data is not as good as we want it to be so we can just left channel un-mapped so epg data won't load. This is the case with C+DEPORT HD channel. Someone should really investigate why that channel have such bad epg data.

 

Button 1 - will match left list channel with 10 closest name matched at 50% similarity(or 10% if none found)

Button 2 - will show 30 closest  matches

Button 3 - will show 50 closest matches

 

Button 4 - will show all bouquet channels (default)

Button 5 - will show only channels matched by ref

Button 6 - will show only channels that are not matches by ref

 

After we are done with matching we can press green button and save all of our matches. This is important because next time we open EPGImportFilter it will contain all previous matches.

 

Now we can press blue (install) button and create new filtered channel file that will have correct matches for our epg import plugin.

 

I know it's a bit of a complex routine but it's the simplest way I figured out to analyze and match large collection of rytec epg data files.

 

In addition when epgimport plugin now imports epg data for my 120 channels favorite bouquet it will last only few minutes (even if my channels are spread across 10 rytes sources) and will take only few megabytes of precious receiver memory.

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Edited by Acds, 31 October 2014 - 19:21.


Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #36 hemertje

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 19:24

please host it here, so we can add it inside our downloadfeeds

 

https://github.com/e2openplugins

 

:P


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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #37 Acds

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 19:28

please host it here, so we can add it inside our downloadfeeds

 

https://github.com/e2openplugins

 

:P

Before I start investigating how that is easily done, can you please post a 3 step guide how to do that? :)



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #38 WanWizard

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Posted 31 October 2014 - 23:17

It starts by someone creating a repository for you, and give you write access to it. You can't do that yourself. Let us know what your repository name should be, and someone will create it for you.

 

After that: https://guides.githu...ject-on-github/


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Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #39 Acds

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It starts by someone creating a repository for you, and give you write access to it. You can't do that yourself. Let us know what your repository name should be, and someone will create it for you.

 

After that: https://guides.githu...ject-on-github/

Ok got it, thanks for the guide.

 

https://github.com/e2openplugins

 

Following the logic of other plugins repository should be called: e2openplugin-EPGImportFilter



Re: EPGImport Filter v1.00 by Acds #40 WanWizard

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Posted 1 November 2014 - 08:59

Created. If you tell me your github account name, I can give you write access to it.


Currently in use: VU+Duo 4K (2xFBC S2), Amiko Viper T2C (T2), SAB Alpha Triple HD (S2+T2), Zgemma H3.T2C (T/C), Zgemma H6 (fallback), VU+Zero (fallback)

Many answers to your question can be found in our new and improved wiki.

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