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It's a work-around for a problem introduced by Humax/BBC/transmission network. Take it or leave it. I don't think anyone can use badnts effectively without understanding the issues.
How would you get to the bottom of the Encryption flow chart without needing DLNA? read the notesThat page suggests that Auto-Unprotect is only needed for DLNA decryption, which I didn't think I needed.
Auto decryption is built into the Web-If, the clue is the OPT+ in the textAuto-Decrypt package, but there isn't a package with that name
Unlikely. It has been found if you tune to each of the HD channels live, after that they all record successful. Given the BBC timeshare channels with the childrens HD this generallt has to be done twice.I have had a wild idea. Maybe this problem comes from the number of HiDef services now exceeding some limit that Humax never expected would be reached, so that the HDR can't keep track of all the necessary data.
After an automatic retune I get at least 8 different HD services.I'm not sure that invalidates the thesis.
So....when I select either service (CBBC HD or BBC3 HD) from the box it selects the exact same part/frequency of the broadcast signal to decode. The information in the signal broadcast from the service (CBBC HD /or BBC HD) either points to a null point (blank screen) or to the active service. Thus switching to CBBC HD at night doesn't direct you to the BBC 3HD service).. Given the BBC timeshare channels with the childrens HD .