Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-11 Thread jori.hamalainen
People I know dealing with this issue pad the channel numbers by adding a set number. For example, if provider A and provider B both use - for their channel numbers, the user pads one of the providers by adding say 1 to the channel numbers thus having one provider retain

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-08 Thread Udo Richter
Timothy D. Lenz wrote: which, but not all, will be shut down in a year. For ATSC .1 is the primary channel and .2, .3, etc are the sub channels. The # on the remote could be used for the . In the channels.conf an ATSC next channel number would look like: :@13.1 Well, at least I've never

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-08 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
The remotes that come with Nexus video cards have a telephone stile num pad with both * and # - Original Message - From: Udo Richter [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2008 4:05 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system Timothy D

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
channel number (or two zeros, if you have two digit sub channel numbers). Klaus - Original Message - From: Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2008 1:49 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system On 03/06/08 00:49, Timothy D

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Ed Hein
Hi! On Thursday 06 March 2008 21:13:25 Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Well, ., #, *, something in the channels.conf. 0 is not a valid notation because 0 is part of the number system. 40 won't work for KVOA because 40 is KHRR. And when displayed it should be . We are talking about channel numbers,

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread VDR User
On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 11:37 PM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 03/06/08 21:13, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Well, ., #, *, something in the channels.conf. 0 is not a valid notation because 0 is part of the number system. 40 won't work for KVOA because 40 is KHRR. And when

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
On 03/07/08 16:31, VDR User wrote: On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 11:37 PM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 03/06/08 21:13, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Well, ., #, *, something in the channels.conf. 0 is not a valid notation because 0 is part of the number system. 40 won't work for KVOA

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Theunis Potgieter
So what happens when the sub number was 2.10 is it now 21? And 2.11 becomes 21? I don't understand why there are such numbers to begin with. Why not just map 2.1 to the next available open number, giving the user the choice to move the channels in any order afterwards? my 2c On 3/7/08, Klaus

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread jhall
On Fri, Mar 07, 2008 at 04:57:50PM +0100, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: On 03/07/08 16:31, VDR User wrote: On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 11:37 PM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 03/06/08 21:13, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Well, ., #, *, something in the channels.conf. 0 is not a valid

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread VDR User
On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 7:57 AM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: VDR stores channel numbers as integers. So if you want to have a numbering scheme where you have channels between other channels, you need to make room for these additional entries. And the only way I see to do this

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Theunis Potgieter
So if provider 1 broadcasts a 2.1 channel and provider 2 also broadcasts a 2.1 channel and you as a vdr user can have more than 1 provider. What will the channel numbering scheme be for Provider 2? Will this introduce a bouqet in vdr? On 3/7/08, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Rolf Ahrenberg
On Fri, 7 Mar 2008, Klaus Schmidinger wrote: Channel numbers are *numbers*, *integer* numbers! There's a first channel, and a second one, and a third one, and they are numbered 1, 2 and 3. Now what's a 2.1 channel? Is that ten percent more than the second channel? Well, integer channel

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread VDR User
On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:46 AM, Theunis Potgieter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So if provider 1 broadcasts a 2.1 channel and provider 2 also broadcasts a 2.1 channel and you as a vdr user can have more than 1 provider. What will the channel numbering scheme be for Provider 2? Will this

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Theunis Potgieter
Then perhaps the core should expose the required features, so that Klaus can keep it his default way but a plugin can extend without having to patch the core. The end user can then choose from a range of plugins for his/her provider(s) in the way they think is best. On 3/7/08, VDR User [EMAIL

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Alex Lasnier
Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: Since VDR needs to be patched for ATSC anyway, I'll consider adding sub-channel support in the next ATSC patch. But my first impression is that

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread VDR User
On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 9:47 AM, Alex Lasnier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since VDR needs to be patched for ATSC anyway, I'll consider adding sub-channel support in the next ATSC patch. But my first impression is that such a change will likely be very ugly and break many things... However,

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
@linuxtv.org Sent: Friday, March 07, 2008 9:46 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system So if provider 1 broadcasts a 2.1 channel and provider 2 also broadcasts a 2.1 channel and you as a vdr user can have more than 1 provider. What will the channel numbering scheme be for Provider 2

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
is minor though as those seem to tend to be data channels with nothing on them. - Original Message - From: VDR User [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: VDR Mailing List vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Friday, March 07, 2008 9:53 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 8:46 AM

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-07 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
: Friday, March 07, 2008 10:47 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: Since VDR needs to be patched for ATSC anyway, I'll consider

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
On 03/06/08 00:49, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: 4 KVOA 4.1KVOAD 6 KUAT 6.1KUATD1 6.2KUATK 6.3KUATV 6.4KUATC 9 KGUN 9.1KGUND

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread VDR User
On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 12:49 AM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't like that dot notation. You could add a '0' to the old channels and leave out the '.', as in 40KVOA 41KVOAD 60KUAT 61KUATD1 62KUATK 63KUATV 64KUATC 90KGUN 91

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Klaus Schmidinger
On 03/06/08 17:36, VDR User wrote: On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 12:49 AM, Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't like that dot notation. You could add a '0' to the old channels and leave out the '.', as in 40KVOA 41KVOAD 60KUAT 61KUATD1 62KUATK 63

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
, March 06, 2008 1:49 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system On 03/06/08 00:49, Timothy D. Lenz wrote: Would it be possible to add support for the subchannel numbering system used with ATSC? Exmple of the channels in our area: 4 KVOA 4.1KVOAD 6 KUAT 6.1

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread Timothy D. Lenz
Like it or not Sub channels are here to stay and the . is the standard for denoting a sub number. vdr-1.5.15 - Original Message - From: Klaus Schmidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: vdr@linuxtv.org Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2008 1:49 AM Subject: Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system I don't

Re: [vdr] sub channel numbering system

2008-03-06 Thread VDR User
On Thu, Mar 6, 2008 at 12:20 PM, Timothy D. Lenz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Like it or not Sub channels are here to stay and the . is the standard for denoting a sub number. vdr-1.5.15 Can't argue with that! ;) ___ vdr mailing list vdr@linuxtv.org