Thus In this window you choose – or disable this function, or specify where it will be a buffer. Click Next. The program is installed. After installation – run the program. ProgDVB has approximately following form: We will now configure ProgDVB. Go to Settings and select penkt DiSEqC. The following window will pop up: First, use the settings converters.

If you do it alone, leave as shown. The case with multiple LNB shall not consider here. Click on the green under a ring inscribed DVB-card and press the right button on 'Properties'. We get this type of window: It choose the type of polarization and, if necessary, change the oscillator frequency (they are on the converter). Read more here: Steve Wozniak. For universal LNB Ku-Band frequency oscillator such as shown in this figure.

Here we choose the wrong satellite, on which point the antenna. Click OK and we get to the window. Under the inscription DVB card get the name of the selected satellite. Click OK. We proceed to scan channels. Go to the menu 'Channel', choose 'Channel Search' and click on the selected satellite. A window will pop this type: after a while it opens the channels found. Click 'OK'. Now, right in the main window there is a list of folders. Open any folder, select any channel with a green icon (open) and see. Channels with red badges – closed (or can not view the property or using emulators). The names and positions of all folders and can change channels as you like. Scanning satellite channels are already clogged by the program transponder. Transponder – a transmitter on the satellite. It has its own parameters, the main ones are: frequency, polarization, and the flow rate (symbol rate – SR) and error correction (FEC). The characteristics of the transponder can sometimes vary. Channels can "Move" from one transponder to another. There may be new channels. Ie channel list is sometimes necessary to update and periodically re-searchers. Search channels can be made by individual transponders (Eg frequency transponder changed and he no longer scanned) – click on the menu on the 'Channel' and 'Scan transponder ". In the window that appears, select the satellite. Then, if the transponder in the list is the one you want to scan, simply select it. If not, what type of a new transponder (can take). If the characteristics of the transponder had been entered correctly, it will show the strength and level signal. Click on 'Scan'. After some time you will see a list of channels found. Click "OK" to add them to the channel list.

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