On 15.12.2014 20:52, Jari Fredriksson wrote:
> On 15.12.2014 20:44, Antti Hartikainen wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 15, 2014 at 08:31:41PM +0200, Jari Fredriksson wrote:
>>> This might  be the culprit. My sources.conf is just with the stock
>>> contents, it does have T and C defined.
>>>
>>> But my DVB-C tuner is a hybrid with T capability also. I'll try to
>>> switch it to device 1 and the DVB-T tuner as device 0.
>> This will not work. VDR will use any available device to receive channels.
>> If you have defined order of your devices, meaning that DVB-C device is 
>> always 0, and DVB-T device always 1, then you could edit your free-to-air 
>> channels to be received with specific tuner.
>>
>> CA field of sources.conf can be used to define which device to use to 
>> receive channel, so you could try this.
>>
>> So instead the line from your channels.conf:
>>> Yle 
>>> TV2;YLE:562000:B8C23D0G8M64T8Y0:T:27500:513=2:660=fin@4,661=swe@4:5000:0:33:8438:4097:0
>> Try this:
>>
>> Yle 
>> TV2;YLE:562000:B8C23D0G8M64T8Y0:T:27500:513=2:660=fin@4,661=swe@4:5000:2:33:8438:4097:0
>>
>> Meaning VDR will use only device #2 to receive channel (VDR starts counting 
>> from 1, DVB API from 0).
>>
>> Change other free-to-air channels too if this is working for you.
>>
>> If you plan to add more DVB-T tuners, then better way would be patching 
>> drivers or VDR to ignore DVB-T capability for the DVB-C tuner.
> Thanks! I'll try this. Indeed my try did not work. No matter where I
> connected my USB tuners in the hub, C tuner was always 0, and T tuner
> always 1 (strange, but maybe that is magic ;))
>
> I'll editing channels.conf.

Works!! \o/

Thanks! Wonderful product!


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