So far I only pick something up on 586MHz and 706MHz
w_scan produces this:
tune to: :586000:I999B8C999D999M999T999G999Y0:T:27500:
tune to: :586000:I999B8C999D999M999T999G999Y0:T:27500: (no signal)
Network Name 'Thomson'
tune to: :706000:I999B8C999D999M999T999G999Y0:T:27500:
Network Name 'DTT Network'
dumping lists (21 services)
Are those VDR generated channels.conf lines correct?
When I try to tune to them VDR says channel unavailable. I'm using vdr-1.6.0p2
On 13/05/2009, Patrick Boettcher <patrick.boettc...@desy.de> wrote:
> Hi Theunis,
> On Wed, 13 May 2009, Theunis Potgieter wrote:
> > Hi, is dvb-h a subset of dvb-t? our country decided to switch on
> > dvb-t, we receive dvb-t and dvb-h with h.264.
> DVB-H is more than just DVB-T plus H264 services. I strongly think that
> what you're having in your country is standard DVB-T with normal H264
> services how they are supported with VDR 1.7.
> DVB-H is using also H264 to encode video streams, but is encapsulating it
> in RTP over DVB-MPE. Up to now I don't know any complete DVB-H reception
> chain, though there are some starting points which can be found in the
> dvb-apps repository at linuxtv.org and at other places. But before you're
> diving in to that, I recommend that you're first trying to find out
> whether it is really DVB-H you're looking for or DVB-T with H264. DVB-H
> service however are designs for handheld devices with small screens, most
> likely the video quality will not be very nice when watching it on a
> full-screen desktop/TV replacement.
> Mail: patrick.boettc...@desy.de
> WWW: http://www.wi-bw.tfh-wildau.de/~pboettch/
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