[TV] - Missing Melbourne Stations

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1.1.0 BETA 1' started by Ventry, November 12, 2009.

  1. Ventry

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    First, I live in Geelong. We get our TV broadcasts from Melbourne.
    Could someone PLEASE explain to me why in MP Ver: 1.0.2.0 I can pick up all of the Melbourne digital stations (except ABC) and they work fine BUT,

    In MP Ver: 1.1.0.0 Beta I can only pick up the "Seven" network stations and the "Ten" network stations???
    No "Nine" or "SBS" network stations at all and the "Ten" stations are breaking up big time.
    The "Seven" network stations are the only ones that work properly. :confused:

    When I plug the aerial cable into my Panasonic TV I can get all of the stations (except ABC) just fine and they work great.

    I would really appreciate if someone could explain why this is happening in MP 1.1.0.0.




    Cheers
    Leon
     
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    The latest SVN allowed me to scan all of the regular channels again but, it also introduced another problem when running MP config program.

    When exiting the MP config it spat two messages about incompatible .tvfullscreen plug-ins that would not be loaded.
    This caused a lot of problems.

    I found a solution by installing the latest SVN, scanning the channels, uninstalling the SVN and reinstalling the 1.1 beta. The channels scanned are retained and useable.
    All seems fine now.

    Will be interesting to see what happens after 1.1 RC is released.

    Anyways thanks again.
    Leon
     
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