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+ChangeLog:
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+----------
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+2019-03-17:
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+  - bump version number to 20190317 for 0.5 release and to 20190318 for post-0.5 release work
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+2019-01-20:
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+  - More clean-up.
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+  - Make some debugging messages in descriptor parsing less verbose
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+  - re-add more code from w_scan for ATSC; ATSC scan still untested (may work or may not)
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+2019-01-19:
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+  - Remove now unused code from w_scan for DVB-C, which is not supported in t2scan
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+  - Re-add some previously removed code for ATSC; ATSC scan is still completely untested
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+  - Smaller documentation fixes
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+2019-01-13:
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+  - Check if frontend is in good status after open. Don't start scan if it is not.
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+  - When having checked which frontend to use, sleep 500ms before the selected one is opened again 
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+2019-01-06:
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+  - Fixed tuning timeout code (thanks to GTC for the patch)
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+  - Set default PLP for Austria to 1. "-p" can still be used to override that.
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+  - Remove parameter for using long filter timout. Now always use an even longer timeout
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+    (makes sure that also channels with my services on it are scanned it correctly)
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+  - bump version number to 20190106
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+2018-07-17:
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+ - Added parameter "-p" to specify the PLP ID for DVB-T2. In Germany, some
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+   "connect" channels are under PLP 1, which can now be found with t2scan.
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+2018-04-21
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+ - Changed version string to 20180421 for the 0.3 release
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+ - fixed problem that some audio pids were not included in vdr output
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+ - option "-d" to mark duplicate multiplexed and services 
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+   and "-D" to remove such duplicates automatically  
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+2018-03-30
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+ - refactor the options:
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+    - "-c" and "-C" (for *c*hannel) to determine lowest and highest channel
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+    - The old "-c" has been renamed to "-Y" (for countr*y*)
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+    - One parameter "-o" for output format, and one "-O" for the type of 
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+      services to be included in output. Also "-E" to omit encrypted services.
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+    - For Europe (incl. France and GB) we use now a channel list with only
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+      UHF channels below 790 MHz and don't use offsets. Added an option "-L"
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+      to override the channel list if needed.
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+    - Use vdr 2.1.x format as default output (can be changed with "-o").
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+    - Worked on help ("-h") and expert help ("-H").
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+    - Changed version string to 20180403.
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+    - Created files README, COPYING and NEWS to make sure the build process
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+      works for more Linux distributions (e.g. Gentoo).
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+2018-03-28
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+ - creating first release. The differences between t2scan and w_scan are:
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+    - Simplified scanning: The scan happens in one run and the NIT is only used
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+      to get the parameters of the *current* channel. This design decision was
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+      made since I noticed that often the NIT data referring to other channels
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+      is not reliable for DVB-T/T2, leading to channels not being found or
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+      having wrong IDs resulting in a non-working EPG in vdr. The approach
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+      should work with most current DVB-T/T2 cards since they can autodetect
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+      most parameters of a transponder when tuning. For DVB-S, this approach 
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+      would result in many channels not being found, therefore I removed DVB-S
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+      (and -C) support.
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+   - Added a parameter to determing the DVB-T type for scan ("-t1" for DVB-T
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+     only, "-t2" for DVB-T2 only). This makes the scan much faster if the user
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+     knows that only one DVB-T type is used in the user's region. The option
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+     for the tuning speed ("-t" in w_scan) has been changed to "-s".
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+   - Added a parameter to determine the lowest channel to scan ("-k") and the
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+     highest channel to scan ("-K"). This makes the scan much faster if the
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+     user knows which channels are used in the user's region.
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+   - Only DVB-T/T2 (ATSC available, but untested), support for DVB-C and
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+     DVB-S/S2 has been removed.
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+   - Removed several options, trying to keep this tool very simple.
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+
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+
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+2017-04-08
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+ - start work on initial version using wirbel's w_scan, simplifying it, and
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+   removing sat support
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+t2scan
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+======
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+
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+This is a small channel scan tool which generates DVB-T/T2 channels.conf files.
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+ATSC is also available, but untested. 
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+The default output format is for vdr, but other output formats are also supported.
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+
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+t2scan is based on wirbel's w_scan, which is based on the old "scan" tool from 
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+linuxtv-dvb-apps-1.1.0. Please see the "Credits" section at the end of this file.
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+
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+The differences are:
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+
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+t2scan vs w_scan:
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+- Simplified scanning: The scan happens in one run and the NIT is only used to get the parameters of the *current* channel. This design decision was made since I noticed that often the NIT data referring to other channels is not reliable for DVB-T/T2, leading to channels not being found or having wrong IDs resulting in a non-working EPG in vdr. The approach should work with most current DVB-T/T2 cards since they can autodetect most parameters of a transponder when tuning. For DVB-S, this approach would result in many channels not being found, therefore I removed DVB-S (and -C) support.
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+- Added a parameter to determing the DVB-T type for scan ("-t1" for DVB-T only, "-t2" for DVB-T2 only). This makes the scan much faster if the user knows that only one DVB-T type is used in the user's region. The option for the tuning speed ("-t" in w_scan) has been changed to "-S".
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+- Added a parameter to determine the lowest channel to scan ("-c") and the highest channel to scan ("-C"). This makes the scan much faster if the user knows which channels are used in the user's region.
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+- Only DVB-T/T2 (ATSC available, but untested), support for DVB-C and DVB-S/S2 has been removed.
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+- Ability to scan other PLP IDs than only PLP ID 0 for DVB-T2. Depending on country, a default PLP may be preselected (e.g. for Austria: PLP 1, for most other countries: PLP 0). This can be overriden with "-p" parameter. E.g. using "-p1" allows to find the so-called "connect" channels in Germany. NOTE: Currently t2scan allows only to scan for a single PLP at once.
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+- Removed several options, trying to keep this tool very simple.
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+
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+w_scan vs scan:
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+- no initial tuning data needed, because scanning without this data is exactly
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+  what a scan tool like this should do
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+- it detects automatically which DVB/ATSC card to use
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+- much more output formats, interfacing to other dtv software.
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+
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+1 Building t2scan
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+-----------------
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+
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+1.1 Obtaining t2scan
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+--------------------
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+You can always obtain the latest version from the Github project page
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+https://github.com/mighty-p/t2scan
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+
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+Either download one of the releases (https://github.com/mighty-p/t2scan/releases) or clone the latest state: `git clone https://github.com/mighty-p/t2scan`
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+
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+
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+1.2 Using the autotools tool chain
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+----------------------------------
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+Make sure you are in the t2scan directory and issue the usual
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+```
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+./configure
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+make
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+make install
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+```
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+
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+NOTE: For compiling need up-to-date dvb headers with DVB API 5.3 support
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+are needed. If configure fails complaining about missing or old DVB headers,
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+run in your kernel source 'make headers_install' 
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+At your choice you may also manually update this files; they're located
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+1.3 Using the cmake tool chain
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+------------------------------
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+You may also use the new cmake tool chain, but be warned - that tool chain is
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+new and experimental in t2scan up to now. It's intended to be used as
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+mkdir build && cd build
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+cmake ..
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+make
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+make install
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+
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+NOTE: `cmake` allows as `./configure` does, a user defined install prefix. Use `cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=<YOUR_INSTALL_PREFIX> ..`. If you don't overwrite CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX, w_scan will be installed with prefix=/usr.
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+
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+2 Usage
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+-------
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+
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+### Basic Usage
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+
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+One of the goals of t2scan is to be as simple to use as possible. Therefore, in most regions it should be sufficient to call t2scan without any parameters and it will find all available TV and radio stations that can be received: `t2scan`
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+
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+Obviously you can store the result in a file: `t2scan > channels_new.conf`
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+
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+I don't recommend appending the new channels directly to your channels.conf. t2scan may find duplicate channels or channels you are not interested in. Therefore my recommendation is to copy & paste only those channels that you need.
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+
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+#### Filtering
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+
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+To speed up the scan, there are several simple filter options that you can use if you want to scan only certain channels or if you know that (for example) only DVB-T2 (and no DVB-T) is used in your region. Some examples below:
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+
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+* DVB-T Type (`-t`): 
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+  * To scan only for DVB-T2 channels: `t2scan -t2`
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+  * To scan only for DVB-T (but not DVB-T2) channels: `t2scan -t1`
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+* List of channels (`-l`): 
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+  * To scan only the channels 21, 24, 27: `t2scan -l21,24,27`
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+* Minimum and maximum channels (`-c`/`-C`): 
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+  * To scan only channels 21 to 49: `t2scan -c21 -C49`
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+
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+#### Output options
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+
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+* Exclude encrypted (`-E`): 
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+  * To exclude encrypted services from output: `t2scan -E`
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+* Output type (`-o`): 
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+  * To create channel data for xine (instead of vdr): `t2scan -oxine`
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+* Mark duplicates (`-d`): 
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+  * To mark duplicate channels and services in the output: `t2scan -d`
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+* Type of services (`-s`): 
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+  * To output only radio services: `t2scan -sr`
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+  * To include TV, radio, and other services in output: `t2scan -stro`
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+
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+#### Overview of all basic options
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+
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+To see all t2scan basic options, use `t2scan -h`. 
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+### Expert options
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+
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+There is also a set of so-called expert options to cover some seldom use cases or to help debug in case of problems. Probably the most common of them are the country settings and the option to set a different DVB-T card, as described below. To see all expert options, use `t2scan -H`.
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+
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+#### Country settings
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+
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+Normally, t2scan detects your country from your system settings and uses an appropriate channel list (and for DVB-T2 also the appropriate PLP-ID) to scan. However, there can be some edge cases where this does not work well: For example your system may be configured for a different country than the one you are currently in, or you may want to receive channels from a neighbor country and it does not work with the default settings (NOTE: you can still give the default settings a try...). Use the `-Y` parameter to override the country to be used and the `-L` parameter if you want to set the channel list manually.
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+#### Use different DVB-T card
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+t2scan automatically checks which DVB hardware is available in the system and selects automatically an appropriate DVB-T(2) adapter to use. If you want to override this selection, you can use the `-a` parameter and provide the number of the adapter. This should really be only needed if you have multiple DVB-T(2) adapters in the system and want t2scan to use one specific of them.
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+
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+3 Copyright
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+-----------
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+t2scan is GPLv2 Software, see included file LICENSE for details.
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+
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+4 Contacting the author
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+-----------------------
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+The author can be reached in the vdr-portal (user "mighty-p"). Also you can report issues
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+on the Github project page: https://github.com/mighty-p/t2scan
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+
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+5 Credits
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+---------
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+- "wirbel" Winfried Koehler for the original w_scan
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+- "e9hack" Hartmut Birr for onid-patch (2006-09-01)
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+- "seaman" giving his his Airstar2 for testing purposes to wirbel
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+- "Wicky" for testing with Airstar2/Zarlink MT352 DVB-T
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+- "kilroy" for testing with Airstar2/Zarlink MT352 DVB-T and Avermedia
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+- "Fabrizio" for testing with Airstar2/Zarlink MT352 DVB-T
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+- Arturo Martinez <martinez at the server embl dot de> for a huge bunch of tests on DVB-S/DVB-S2
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+- Rolf Ahrenberg for doing DVB-T/T2 tests and suggestions to improve w_scan
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+- "GTC" for providing a patch to fix the tuning timeouts code
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+- Andreas Mikula for finding out that Austria uses PLP ID 1
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+- "HelmutB" for informing me about Austria using PLP ID 1 and for testing
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+- "clausmuus" for helping me test why scanning on some devices has not worked reliably
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+- "highrgb" for testing

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+t2scan has been successfully tested with the following frontend hardware:
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+- Panasonic MN88472 ("Microsoft Xbox One Digital TV Tuner")
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+- Panasonic MN88473 ("Astrometa DVB-T2 USB-Stick")
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+- Silicon Labs Si2168 (used by many cards, amongst others by the "DVBSky ​T9580 V3")
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+- ​TurboSight TBS 5520SE DVB-T/T2/C/C2/ISDB-T​ ("TBS 5520 SE")
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+- TurboSight TBS 6522 DVB-S/S2/DVB-T/T2/C ("TBS 6522")
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+NOTE: Although t2scan runs or ran successfully for somebody with the hardware in this list, it does not 
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