Feature #2749

add ISDB-T network to definitions

Added by Juanjo Armellino over 2 years ago. Updated over 1 year ago.

Status:FixedStart date:2015-03-30
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:

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Category:Configuration
Target version:4.2

Description

Hi, i have been using tvheadend for a long time, now i migrated to the unstable version, and while the automatic migration of the old config files worked excelent, i recently reinstalled the software and i dont have the option to add the standard ISDB-T channels when configuring the network.

Could you please add the definition to the software ? it would really helps a lot of people here in Argentina, brazil and Japan.

[[http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/ISDB-T_Frequency_Table]] <- here is the standard list of our channels, I used this very same data for tzap

thanks a lot, very much apreciated.
Juanjo
Argentina

shot copy.jpg - mux settings (123 KB) Renato Riolino, 2016-01-15 18:00

Associated revisions

Revision 6a92dac8
Added by Jaroslav Kysela over 1 year ago

dvb support: add missing ISDB definitions, fixes #2749

History

#1 Updated by Juanjo Armellino over 2 years ago

I have been reading the sources and it seems the predefinitions are downloaded from linuxtv git servers or something similar.. i searched for the definitions and they are there, the only needed thing is to add the network type and point it to the file in the git definitions file... i tried doing the fix, but after touching 5 files i think its too much for me. Im not very experienced with complex code.

#2 Updated by Sebastian -- over 1 year ago

I am facing same issue. Argentina is not shown in the DVB-T list of muxes.

Would it be possible to have it added?

Thank you and regards.

#3 Updated by Jaroslav Kysela over 1 year ago

  • Target version set to 4.4

In newer linuxdvb API, the ISDB-T is defined like a new delivery system which is currently not supported in TVH. Marking as target for 4.4.

#4 Updated by Jaroslav Kysela over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from New to Fixed
  • Target version changed from 4.4 to 4.2

I added ISDB-T/C/S support to v4.1-1332-g429d95c . Untested, but the predefined muxes are available. Create another issue with '--trace linuxdvb' if something does not work for you.

#5 Updated by Juanjo Armellino over 1 year ago

not sure if its worth to open another request, but after creating the network, it does not show in the networks list of the adapter, if i change the network type to dvbt in the config file, it shows up, maybe a filtering problem while scanning for networks ?

thanks a lot
Juanjo

#6 Updated by Jaroslav Kysela over 1 year ago

Could you retry with v4.1-1337-g6a92dac ?

#7 Updated by Juanjo Armellino over 1 year ago

now it shows up in the list, i select it but tuning gives error in the logs

2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 mpegts: 635.142MHz in TDA - tuning on DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0
2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - unknown FE type 6
2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 mpegts: 731.142MHz in TDA - tuning on DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0
2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - unknown FE type 6
2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 mpegts: 641.142MHz in TDA - tuning on DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0
2016-01-08 22:39:38.895 linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - unknown FE type 6

#8 Updated by Renato Riolino over 1 year ago

Same problem for me (Brazil in my case). I've just created a ticket about this:

[[http://www.tvheadend.org/issues/3500]]

If I try to run this release with --trace linuxdvb, it freezes while starting and I have to kill it. The last lines on log before freezing are:

2016-01-15 14:43:17.142 [ INFO] config: loaded
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-T - loaded 44 regions with 1104 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-S - loaded 1 regions with 92 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-C - loaded 17 regions with 53 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: ATSC-T - loaded 2 regions with 9 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: ATSC-C - loaded 1 regions with 5 networks

#9 Updated by Renato Riolino over 1 year ago

Sorry... after rebooting I could start TVH with --trace linuxdvb.

This is what I got with --trace linuxdvb when trying to scan a ISDB mux:

2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ INFO]:mpegts: 641.142MHz in SBTV - tuning on DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0
2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ DEBUG]:linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - starting 641.142MHz in SBTV
2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ TRACE]:linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - tuning
2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ TRACE]:linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - frontend clear
2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ TRACE]:linuxdvb: tuner DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 tunning to UNKNOWN MUX CONFIG (freq -1)
2016-01-15 14:55:14.278 [ ERROR]:linuxdvb: DiBcom 8000 ISDB-T : ISDB-T #0 - unknown FE type 6

I'm using a predefined mux (Brazil: br-sp-Araras).

Let me know if you need more info.

Renato Riolino wrote:

Same problem for me (Brazil in my case). I've just created a ticket about this:

[[http://www.tvheadend.org/issues/3500]]

If I try to run this release with --trace linuxdvb, it freezes while starting and I have to kill it. The last lines on log before freezing are:

2016-01-15 14:43:17.142 [ INFO] config: loaded
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-T - loaded 44 regions with 1104 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-S - loaded 1 regions with 92 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: DVB-C - loaded 17 regions with 53 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: ATSC-T - loaded 2 regions with 9 networks
2016-01-15 14:43:17.578 [ INFO] scanfile: ATSC-C - loaded 1 regions with 5 networks

#10 Updated by Renato Riolino over 1 year ago

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