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PIP with 1 or more scrambled channel

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Etienne

I have seen that PIP is only working for FTA channels on same transponder.

If we have mixed FTA/ scrambled channels on same transponder, is it possible to add 1 scrambled channel to PIP ?

Modern PCMCIA have at minimum 2 channel decrambling capability, so limit could be adjusted via programmable parameter.

 

I have also seen that if we have 2 DVB cards with boths FTA only channels, (i have 1 DVB-S2 and 1 DVB-T), it isent possible to mix them to PIP.

I think this is not coded.

 

This feature could be nice to strap commercials .....

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Griga
11 minutes ago, Etienne said:

I have seen that PIP is only working for FTA channels on same transponder.

 

No problem here to watch a FTA channel in the main window and a scrambled channel from the same transponder as PiP with a single tuner (DVBSky S960C with CI).

 

16 minutes ago, Etienne said:

I have also seen that if we have 2 DVB cards with boths FTA only channels, (i have 1 DVB-S2 and 1 DVB-T), it isent possible to mix them to PIP.

I think this is not coded.

 

I don't understand what you mean...

 

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Etienne
19 hours ago, Griga said:

 

No problem here to watch a FTA channel in the main window and a scrambled channel from the same transponder as PiP with a single tuner (DVBSky S960C with CI).

Yes this is working.

What is not working is Mosaic with 1 scrambled channel ( or more scrambled channels if cam is capable).

My quest was not right at all

 

I don't understand what you mean...

Hum it's working now.

RS was perhaps busy with a other client when I tested

 

What is not solved is main window via pcmcia and PIP asked for second channel on same Transponder via PCMCIA if PCMCIA is capable.

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