Thanks for the replies, I will be traveling now, but I will test those
once coming back. I will then report my findings.


On 03/25/2016 09:50 PM, Pridvorov Andrey wrote:
> Hi all.
> В Пт, 25/03/2016 в 13:39 -0700, Timothy D. Lenz пишет:
>> On 3/25/2016 11:55 AM, Joerg Bornkessel wrote:
>>> Am 24.03.2016 um 07:35 schrieb Mika Laitio:
>>>> Does anybody know whether there is a working ATSC vdr-plugin
>>>> available somewhere?
>>>> I found some old discussions from the some ATSC plug-in from the
>>>> mailing list pointing to but from those I
>>>> got
>>>> an impression that plug-in is not actively maintained?
>>>> So fat I have tested that I can scan and look the channels fine
>>>> with the Kaffeine and WinTV-HVR-950Q, but in the long run I would
>>>> be more interested on running the VDR in normal way on background
>>>> server.
>>>> Mika
>>> ATSC is supported in the Core VDR.
>>> Iam kontakted the Maintainer Alex Lasnier a lot of month ago for an
>>> update for the
>>> vdr-plugin-atscepg
>>> This plugin is definitely dead on upstream since 2010 and is not
>>> supported by the Maintainer anymore.
>>> Anyway...
>>> The maintainer has give me access to his privat git for some local
>>> fixes by him self.
>>> I dont remeber for this link.
>>> You can download the latest version atscepg-0.3.0 from
>>> and you need an aditional patch from my dev webspace to get the
>>> latest
>>> fixes from him.
>>> 3.tbz
>>> also you have to disable -std=c++11 support on latest gcc versions
>>> to
>>> fix c++11 issues on compiletime.
>>> I have this tested only for compile as i dont have access to atsc
>>> conten
>>> t.
>>> Cheers
>>> /dev/joerg
>>> _______________________________________________
>> I have been using this plugin for years. Haven't touched the computer
>> in 
>> years as far as updating kernal or vdr. It says the version for ATSC 
>> 0.3.0hg. I think the main use of the plugin is channel scanning to
>> find 
>> what channels are active. But For me it segfaults 95% of the time.
>> Seems 
>> like maybe something in the stream. Because every so often, It works 
>> just fine. I can scan over and over no problem. But most of the time
>> it 
>> segfaults as soon as you tell it to scan.
> For channels scan you can try my fork of reelchannelscan plugin, I use
> it with vdr-2.2.0. I can't receive ATSC, so it's not tested. See on
> russian forum:
>> Another problem I have here in Tucson is the broadcasters don't know 
>> what a standard is. There is some flag the don't set to tell vdr
>> there 
>> is guide data, so it's not collected even though a cheap converter
>> box 
>> has no problem with it. But then they are doing good to put up more
>> then 
>> a day or 2 of data anyway and PBS for awhile put in stream what was 
>> posted at all the web sites, but then made up their own guide and
>> you 
>> had to go to a local web site to get the real guide.
>> Also, several of our channels are broadcast from 2 locations on 
>> different frequencys, but carry the same data. VDR doesn't know how
>> to 
>> handle that, so you have to delete one of the entries. My old sony
>> tv 
>> and others have the same problem. They see the second copy and pick
>> some 
>> new number based on the frequancy number instead of the assigned
>> number. 
>> A bit of a pain. Looks like it might be fixed in newer high end tv's 
>> (and the old cheap converter box also had no problem with dupe
>> channel 
>> numbers.)
> For channels with same pids you can try my patch, see
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