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Abu Baniaz

Member Since 3 Jun 2014
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In Topic: Service refs

29 March 2020 - 15:41

S3n0's comment is about the service reference components, not the namespace components.

 

 

This is the commit that added this

https://github.com/O...bf316a68bf9da71

 

Followed by

https://github.com/O...13f0709317bc8d5

https://github.com/O...7d286341782424e


In Topic: Service refs

29 March 2020 - 02:54

Not too sure, but think it is part of the DVB standard. It also allows more DVB-T to recognise differences when broadcasts from different masts are receivable.


In Topic: Service refs

28 March 2020 - 12:54

With regards to the four "0" in namespace, that is not always the case. When the 0's are used, the namespace sub network is being ignored, that is the default and has always been the case. The option to not ignore it was added a few years ago. I can't remember if it was Dimitrij or Athoik. IIRC, Huevos then added function to individually select option for DVBC, DVBT or DVBS.

This change was catered for in picons, but not EPG or timers.

On ViX, the options are in Misc under tuners and scanning. PLI stil has them in Customise menu.

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In Topic: What is/is it a problem using DreamboxEdit?

15 March 2020 - 19:28

So you are not affected by it because you are not trasnferring a channel list made by someone else. Most premade lists have an xml file.


In Topic: What is/is it a problem using DreamboxEdit?

15 March 2020 - 19:03

It is not DBE, but the one included in the channel list. As an example, PLI and OE-A images use 0.8w for Thor based on xml file obtained from Lyngsat. Other people use 1w. If your channel list includes an xml file and you transfer the xml file, you will get a mismatch.

 

The channel list editor just transfers files by FTP and reloads channel settings.