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UK OTA data dump?

#1
Hi

To continue my analysis of OTA formats for humax boxes it would be very good to have the OTA for the HDR-FOX T2 from the UK.
Is it possible for anyone to dump such a file?
You would need a pc-tuner and then dump the appropriate pid from the correct mux. I have no idea what thoose are since I'm not in the UK. But tsreader could probably give an answer to that...
I only need the actual pid with the OTA, not any other pids. About 2.5 times the data of the current hdf is needed to correct errors etc. So 47-50 MB...
Anyone?
 
#3
Not got one myself. I know when the FoxT2 came out it was very difficult to get hold of DVB-T2 pc tuners but I guess that will have changed.
 
#4
I'm sure that I could do it here with dvbsnoop (Linux) but a few pointers about the PID would be helpful.

Is it safe to assume that the software is broadcast on both DVB-T and DVB-T2? If it's on DVB-T2 only then I can't help as I only have standard tuners in my MythTV box.
 
#7
It's being broadcast at the moment, but according to RedEarth's link, the HDR update is indeed only available on HD, so I'm afraid I can't help you :(
 
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#8
:(
Anyone with a dvb-t2 pc-tuner able to dump this?
It only plays until 9 am tomorrow with a gap between midnight and 1 am tonight.
 
#10
If they someone sold a twin PCI express tuner, I would be interested, but the only well supported one on the market is USB. I really am surprised at how little support there has been from tuner manufacturers (and PVR manufacturers - Topfield in particular) about supporting DVB-T2. Hopefully some other countries will adopt the standard and the market will improve.
 
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#11
Black-hole: I know. I have a pctv nanostick dvb-t2, but that's the only one I know about.

Sam: Sweden has adopted it but the market is probably too small to make a difference...
 
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