UK Digital Switchover
|Assignee:||Andreas Öman||% Done:|
|Found in version:||git||Affected Versions:|
The hardcoded MUX details for UK DVB signals is now out of date due to UK digital switchover which has seen channels being moved between muxes and some new muxes introduced. I do not know all the details, but believe that they are published on the internet.
The impact is that "Add DVB by location" does not add all the muxes and hence there are channels missing. Adding the new muxes by hand works of course, but is reliant upon user knowledge.
#2 Updated by Paul Nolan over 1 year ago
Hein.. the dvb-apps files are dated too. in particular the 682MHz Mux which carries BBC A channels is missing. I expected the "autodetect muxes" option of tvheadend to pick these up.. but it didnt so I added manually..
Further DSO changes will happen 21st September in my area..
#3 Updated by Hein Rigolo over 1 year ago
Well, you can send an update to the linux media mailing list to update the initial tuning files there.
And if autodetect muxes did not pick up the other muxes then these are not transmitted in the NIT tables. You can use dvbsnoop or dvb inspector to analyse a mux dump to see what muxes are transmitted in the NIT tables.