So it would cause inconvenience. I suspect that they are thinking of inconvenience to Humax the company. All new freeview models in the UK must be able to execute smart retunes. Humax would find it inconvenient if they had to withdraw from the UK DTT market or stop branding their recorders as 'freeview'.They say they are currently in the process of trying to design a new smart retune for the future which would mean the end user keeping their recording schedule as they are aware this does cause great inconvenience.
So there is going to be some more shuffling in the imminent future.
School taught me the meaning of the word "typically". And that it is not an exact synonym of the word "always". That being the case everything after the first comma in the quote I posted is not necessary for a set of words to satisfy the definition.
What happens to the channel if you switch the HDMI output to 576i (for example)? HDMI at 1080P can nuke a weak UHF signal if the screening of the RF cables is insufficient.At the risk of dragging this thread back on-topic...
I was surprised that my recording of "Click" was perfect, seeing as when I manually tune to BBC News HD now, I get the "Poor signal" blank screen error message.
I can only think that the signal comes back at the recording time of 1.30am.
I did not know that.What happens to the channel if you switch the HDMI output to 576i (for example)? HDMI at 1080P can nuke a weak UHF signal if the screening of the RF cables is insufficient.
Have you seen sight of this or are you referring to the pop-up?Now the fun is over, it looks like there's going to be a DSO event tomorrow (er, today) just to wrap it all up.
No I haven't and I was referring to the pop-up. Maybe they thought it not worth forcing another one just to put these two back, although there have been quite a lot of other mux. moves in the intervening 4 weeks.Have you seen sight of this or are you referring to the pop-up?
Although there has been the pop-up channel retune advice for this afternoon I don't have a retune event in my 1.02.20's schedule like I would normally have.
Can't explain that. The original CBBC HD didn't move, it was just suspended for the duration.Just noticed today that in our HDR FOX favourites lists CBBC HD had replaced BBC Four HD. Had to go and edit the favourites to get it back.
I assume this is a relic of the olympic shuffle, but I'm rather surprised I hadn't noticed it till today.
No.Has there been yet another fiddle in the last couple of days?
You are operating outside the range of what tunefix-update can do automatically.I have noticed something similar with BBC4HD. I had tunefixed it to LCN 7 (or 8) and up till I removed it from the tunefix renumber list the EPG had an entry something along the lines of "BBC4 HD has moved". Removing it from the tunefix list has got rid of the errant EPG entry, but it is not at LCN 106 either (unsurprisingly).
Yes. Paste this into /mod/boot/tunefix-update.confCan I get it back without a retune of the box?
CLONE1|106|BBC FOUR HD|40976|1|2|1|2|7|1002|201|202|201|40960|0|1|fp.bbc.co.uk