Channel list for ProgDvb

Lancelot

Lancelot

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125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#1
For 4.6.2 onwards.

From 58W to 36E.
I will update periodically.
This should give you a head start and save a lot of scan time.

Just unzip into c:\progdvb\channels.

Comments welcome.

Rgds


L.:)


Updated 09/05/06
 

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Sir Bronking

Sir Bronking

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medion
pentium4 3.2ghz
progdvb
skystar2 rev2.3
1mtr dish & jaeger 99G 36v motor, with a superjack DP-6600. dvb-t aswell,in the process of setting up
My Location
cheshire,algeria
#2
nice work lancelot,:)
the only trouble i can see is that not everybody has the capacity to get all them sats,
maybe you could trim the list occordingly where by depending on your dish size etc you have a choice of say 4 options (channel.zips) that way some one whose using a porty potty can use minimum, and some one who has access to seti can use maximum,
just a thought,
maybe you can do a poll as to see if size does matter:D
 
Lancelot

Lancelot

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125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#3
As you know, they will come out as tabs on the ProgDvb screen.
In theory it could be split, but lots of work involved for differing locations and dish sizes.
So just choose your sat by tab, and any you can't get on that sat are out of reach or not transmitting.
(it's only 350Kb)

But have a go for your location, and edit and add to yours accordingly. Will be interesting to see the different additions/subtractions between the two.

L.:)
 
Sir Bronking

Sir Bronking

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medion
pentium4 3.2ghz
progdvb
skystar2 rev2.3
1mtr dish & jaeger 99G 36v motor, with a superjack DP-6600. dvb-t aswell,in the process of setting up
My Location
cheshire,algeria
#4
:D ever played tennis
 
Lancelot

Lancelot

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125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#5
Management courses are a wonderful thing O-Ha


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blakclight

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P4 120HD
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ToP oF mOuNtInS
#6
nice job :)
 
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jcasvivero

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60 cm, 0.5 lnb, 25m cable.
In a few weeks:
100/110 cm, Motsat3, 0.2/0.3 lnb/ 15/20m cable.
My Location
Spain
#7
I've have a problem. When I unzip the file into the Channels folder, starting up the Progdvb, an error appears, and automatically closes it 'O'-red . But without any content on this folder it works properly...
My current version is: 4.48.2

tHANKS
 
Lancelot

Lancelot

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125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#8
Ah.... You need 4.62.6 or later (the ones with the ProgDVB engine) to use it.


Rgds



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jaymes

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#9
Many thanks. Will install when I log off.

Prog DVB 4.71.5
 
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s*t*a*r*m*a*n

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#10
Would love to see one for feeds but i guess that would be a lot of time and effort and then the feeds would probably disappear just as quick. I like the channel.zip excellent thanks and yes channel lists for each sat would be nice but its no big deal just changing the satellite tabs at bottom of progdvb really isnt too much of a problem for me anyway :)
 
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moonbase

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UK
#11
Thanks Lancelot,

Its a very useful list.

Also, related to feeds, would you please be able to advise me how to add the parameters for a feed to the list. There is a feed on 1W that is regular and I wish to add it to the list so that it is picked up when I scan the satellite?

Alternatively, can I scan for a channel manually in ProgDVB when it is open so that it scans the one chosen frequency that is not present in the channel lists?

I have ProgDVB 4.80.1 but have only used it for scanning a full list on a satellite. I have not used it for scanning individual freqencies not in the channel lists.

Regards
 
Lancelot

Lancelot

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My Satellite Setup
SS1.
125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#12
You can add the transponder(s) manually by opening up the .ini file for the satellite you want using notepad and saving it again, or if the transponder is live when you are on it you click in ProgDVB on 'Channel List', 'scan transponder', then alter the parameters you need to then click on 'scan'.


Rgds



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good2talk

good2talk

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Nothing at the moment until I find a receiver.
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yookay
#13
Lancelot said:
For 4.6.2 onwards.

From 58W to 36E.
I will update periodically.
This should give you a head start and save a lot of scan time.

Just unzip into c:\progdvb\channels.

Comments welcome.

Rgds


L.:)


Updated 09/05/06

Any recently updated list please?

Thanks;)
 
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elwa1

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NILE SAT
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EGYPT
#14
thanks it can be some programs can work with card pc to more functions
so if it there which programs:):-rofl2:-rofl2
 
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astra 19.2
acer travelmate 5520
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alicante
#15
channel list for progdvb dual
13°e 19.2

update
new channels sky
new channels red hot s_x
new name theme-x (ex sexview)
new channel music in fta
me create one folder for adult in 13e & 19.2

AND ALL CHANNELS UPDATE
transponders inside
enjoy
 
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