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micaelsilva

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I have a TBS 5580 and a TBS 5520, both multistandard devices. Since DVBViewer started to automatic switch stantards each channel tuned it become a issue since in Brazil the digital terrestrial standard is ISDB-T and DVBViewer understands "terrestrial" as DVB-T and always switches to it.

 

I suggest two alternatives: DVBViewer do not try to switch to an terrestrial format if a terrestrial format is already set or to add a "Is multistandard" checkbox in the Hardware Options section since it is already an option in hardware.xml and mitigate this situation, but today it is only acessible direct editing the file.

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vor 17 Stunden schrieb micaelsilva:

I have a TBS 5580 and a TBS 5520, both multistandard devices. Since DVBViewer started to automatic switch stantards each channel tuned it become a issue since in Brazil the digital terrestrial standard is ISDB-T and DVBViewer understands "terrestrial" as DVB-T and always switches to it.

 

The easiest measure is to generally prevent an ISDB-T -> DVB-T mode change in DVBViewer. That's just one additional line of code. A DVB-T -> ISDB-T change can't occur anyway. Please let me know if you want to have a test version.

 

Do you think there are people who are using both ISDB-T and DVB-S/C with a TBS 5580/TBS 5520? An additional measure could be a tweak that internally replaces switching to DVB-T by switching to ISDB-T, so that the automatic standard selection capabilities of DVBViewer could be used in such a scenario.

 

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micaelsilva

I'm not shure if there is a lot of use of these devices on ISDB-T countries, I think that a prevention to the ISDB-T -> DVB-T mode change would be more appropriate. You can make a test version if you like.

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On 12/10/2019 at 5:21 PM, micaelsilva said:

I'm not shure if there is a lot of use of these devices on ISDB-T countries, I think that a prevention to the ISDB-T -> DVB-T mode change would be more appropriate.

 

OK, then we'll only do the cheap trick. :) Please check your PMs.

 

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