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jackjavo

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@ohiosteve: concerning the tevii card. Have you tried the 0.2.0 version using bda.dev?
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not sure yet - but will try when I get some time.  Working in retail is taking the majority of my time at this time of the year - as you can imagine. LOL.

Will be back into the swing of things after XMAS most likely.

Thanks for the info!

Steve


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is there a legitmate reason that i cannot scan in the ION HD channels on W1/AMC 1 C band? it will scan in the other channels on that mux,but,will not scan in the HD channels.

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most all of the other HD channels, i.e. CBS,NBC and ABC scan in just fine


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Just scanned with SmartDvb and Prof 7301 - 3840 H 26681 and get 12 channels including the HDs - 10' Winegard - Q 100% - all ok.
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mack
Check your filters in tools/settings/channel list
make sure AC3 and h.264 are not checked
all others are checked

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those are unchecked,i had to do that inorder to get the cbs,nbc and abc hd channels to scan in.
i have
TV
Scrambled
FTA
all with check marks and radio,date,h.264 and AC3 are unchecked
i also get 15 channels to scan inbut none of them are the hd channels i spoke of

thanks,i'll give it another try when my Christmas Dinner subsides hehehehehe


i just got them to scan in! i removed the check marks after i had scanned in these channels previously.
i deleted all the channels in this mux and rescanned and now i have the HD channels too.

thanks all


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Haven't been able to put much time into smartdvb lately. But concerning the install/scheduler/tevii (with new bda driver) issues i've put up a test version on the smartdvb website. Please only use if you are willing to encounter and report new issues...

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Dear friends,
 
I've just received the Prof 7500 yestederday from Rick. It is working fine, but I can't setup my diseqc 1.1 in Smart DVB or Dream. For example, I have the IS805 in port 5. I couldn't get any signal of that. I have only signal of the dish that is is in port 1.
See my setup:

anyone can help me?



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i am using smartdvb and it's working really well. i use port 1 for the c band  set it to 5150. if you are using a disecq switch put c band one port and your Ku on another.
example:
port 1
committed
5150
cband

i use port 4 for my Ku lnb and you have to go to disecq 2
committed
lnb4
ku band circular
10750 ( unless you have a universal lnbf )

save it click ok
make sure your setting are correct in your sat menu and scan the sat that you wish to scan


remember that each satellite needs to be setup individually for what port and what band
i hope this helps


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Quote:
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Haven't been able to put much time into smartdvb lately.

Could you explain in simple terms and present point-by-point comparison, why you believe SmartDVB is better (or worse) than other popular Sat Viewers, like DVBDream, DVBViewer and ProgDVB? Be specific please... 
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Hello,

A new 0.2.1 beta 4 version is available for download at the website (www.smartdvb.net). This version has been quite extensively tested that's the reason i also post it here as it should be the pre-release version.

Things of interest to people here might be : crc checking retries for scanning, which should aid in finding fta channels better on low signal transponders. And also for prof lnb power settings (untested) which might help those who reported smartdvb didn't power on the prof7301 in the past (btw only using bda.dev)....

best regards,
Jack

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Jack

New Beta version working well with W7 and Prof card 7301.

I know that this is a hobby for you and that time is limited.

I am using CrazyCat BLScan software with the AltDVB settings. Works great with the exception that the channel list for a satellite like ex. Galaxy 16Ku get filled up with entries. Is there a way to delete transponders for a whole satellite before a new "update"

Are you working on a setup that will integrate BLScan with SmartDVB?



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Quote:
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Jack

New Beta version working well with W7 and Prof card 7301.

I know that this is a hobby for you and that time is limited.

I am using CrazyCat BLScan software with the AltDVB settings. Works great with the exception that the channel list for a satellite like ex. Galaxy 16Ku get filled up with entries. Is there a way to delete transponders for a whole satellite before a new "update"





In the satellite scanner window check off all the transponders you wish to delete and tic delete.

or 
in the transponder folder select and delete the transponders their. I always leave one transponder.
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Hi,

I've been wanting to do this actually. But i don't have a blindscan card atm to test with crazycat and hence develop this, otherwise i would have to do this by some other means which would be very tedious. I'm waiting to see if prof 7500 gets support, which seems unlikely now (for developing the app an usb card would be most usable as i can cross-test that in different operating systems using vmware and such).
If you mean deleting all the channels under a specific satellite this is also possible (besides what Chris mentions)..
Select the satellite in the main window combobox. Expand the channel list.
Select all the channels. Ctrl-click to select the first item in the treeview.
Move to the bottom of the channel tree list and select the last item using shift-click.
After this delete all the channels and it should work (haven't tested this much i must admit).


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deleting the channels like jackjavo suggest works fine. I always highlight multiple channels and delete the group highlighted.
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