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If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. All available channels will be loaded, if you have not specified only the channels you wish to use in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file use the delete option to remove channels you do not wish to view. OK all settings. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.
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If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. All available channels will be loaded, if you have not specified only the channels you wish to use in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file use the "Delete" option to remove channels you do not wish to view. "OK" all settings. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.
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For digital devices make sure to have run a '''channel scan''' on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to your MC2XML '''xmltv.xml''' file choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data.
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For digital devices make sure to have run a '''channel scan''' on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. "OK" this setting. If mapping multiple channels to your MC2XML '''xmltv.xml''' file choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data.
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5.(a) For Analog only devices
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5. Depending on the type of capture cards you have installed on your system use the following:

(a) For Analog only devices
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(b) For Digital only devices
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5.(c) For analog '''and''' digital devices on the same system use a combination of the above.
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(c) For Analog '''and''' Digital devices on the same system use a combination of the above.
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(b) Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008 :
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(b) Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008:
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To create the EPG folder and copy '''mc2xml'' into it from the command line:
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To create the EPG folder and copy '''mc2xml.exe''' into it from the command line:
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#Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the '''mc2xml.exe''' binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

#Optionally
create an '''mc2xml.chl''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.

To create the EPG folder
from the command line:
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1. Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the '''mc2xml.exe''' binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

To
create the EPG folder and copy '''mc2xml'' into it from the command line:
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2. Optionally create an '''mc2xml.chl''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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#When prompted agree to create a new file. Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.

Create a file called '''UpdateEPG.bat''' and save it in the '''scripts folder''' of the '''NextPVR data directory''' and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see '''mc2xml options''' above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.

3. Create a file called '''UpdateEPG.bat''' and save it in the '''scripts folder''' of the '''NextPVR data directory''' and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see '''mc2xml options''' above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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##(a)Windows XP, Server 2003:
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(a) Windows XP, Server 2003:
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#Navigate to the newly created .bat and run it (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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4. Navigate to the newly created .bat and run it (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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#(a)If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml file'''. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

#(b)For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device
you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
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5.(a) For Analog only devices

If there are only analog devices installed on your system select
the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. All available channels will be loaded, if you have not specified only the channels you wish to use in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file use the delete option to remove channels you do not wish to view. OK all settings. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

5.(b) For Digital devices

For digital devices make sure to have run a '''channel scan''' on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in
the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to your MC2XML '''xmltv.xml''' file choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data.

5.(c) For analog '''and''' digital devices on the same system use a combination of the above
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#Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run '''UpdateEPG.bat''' at the set time before it imports the programme data from the '''xmltv.xml''' file and updates the EPG.
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6. Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run '''UpdateEPG.bat''' at the set time before it imports the programme data from the '''xmltv.xml''' file and updates the EPG.
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Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the '''mc2xml.exe''' binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

Optionally create an '''mc2xml.chl''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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#Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the '''mc2xml.exe''' binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

#Optionally create an '''mc2xml.chl''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.
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#When prompted agree to create a new file. Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.
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##(a)Windows XP, Server 2003:
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Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008 :
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##(b)Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008 :
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Navigate to the newly created .bat and run it (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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#Navigate to the newly created .bat and run it (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml file'''. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
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#(a)If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml file'''. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

#(b)For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run '''UpdateEPG.bat''' at the set time before it imports the programme data from the '''xmltv.xml''' file and updates the EPG.
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#Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run '''UpdateEPG.bat''' at the set time before it imports the programme data from the '''xmltv.xml''' file and updates the EPG.
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cd C:\EPG \\
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cd C:\EPG
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cd C:\EPG \\
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cd C:\EPG
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter the relevant content to the file and save it. Simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter relevant content in the file and save it. Simple example contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter the relevant content to the file and save it. Simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter the relevant content to the file and save it. Simple example contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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notepad C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
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notepad C:\Users\Public\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
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Include
any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.
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When prompted agree to create a new file.
Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl''' file and save it.
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notepad C:\Documents and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
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notepad C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
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simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter the relevant content to the file and save it. Simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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When prompted agree to create a new file. Enter the relevant content to the file and save it. Simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':
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It will then ask you to select a lineup number. MC2XML will save this selection to ''mc2xml.dat''' and create an '''xmltv.xml file''' in the '''C:\EPG folder'''. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete '''mc2xml.dat''' and try again).
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It will then ask you to select a lineup number. MC2XML will save this selection to '''mc2xml.dat''' and create an '''xmltv.xml file''' in the '''C:\EPG folder'''. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete '''mc2xml.dat''' and try again).
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Create a file called '''UpdateEPG.bat''' and save it in the '''scripts folder''' of the '''NextPVR data directory''' and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see '''mc2xml options''' above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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Create a file called '''UpdateEPG.bat''' and save it in the '''scripts folder''' of the '''NextPVR data directory''' and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see '''mc2xml options''' above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

To create '''UpdateEPG.bat''' from the command line:

 
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Run this .bat file (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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Navigate to the newly created .bat and run it (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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Optionally create an '''"mc2xml.chl"''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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Optionally create an '''mc2xml.chl''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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To create the EPG folder from the command line :
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To create the EPG folder from the command line:
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md C:\EPG
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md C:\EPG\
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Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

Windows XP, Server 2003 :

notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"

simple contents of "UpdateEPG.bat" : 
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Create a file called '''UpdateEPG.bat''' and save it in the '''scripts folder''' of the '''NextPVR data directory''' and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see '''mc2xml options''' above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

Windows XP, Server 2003:

(:source:)
notepad C:\Documents
and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
(:sourceend:)

simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':

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notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"

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(:source:)
notepad C:
\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat
(:sourceend:)

simple contents of '''UpdateEPG.bat''':

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Run this .bat file (double click on '''UpdateEPG.bat''') and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).

It will then ask you to select a lineup number. MC2XML will save this selection to ''mc2xml.dat''' and create an '''xmltv.xml file''' in the '''C:\EPG folder'''. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete '''mc2xml.dat''' and try again).

Now you can set up NextPVR to use the programme data downloaded by MC2XML.

If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created '''xmltv.xml file'''. Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created '''xmltv.xml''' file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the "Bulk Map" option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
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Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).

It will then ask you to select a lineup number. MC2XML will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in the "C:\EPG folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again).

Now you can set up NextPVR to use the programme data downloaded by MC2XML.

If there are only analog devices installed on your system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created ".xml file". If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
 
Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" at the set time before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml"
file and updates the EPG.
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run '''UpdateEPG.bat''' at the set time before it imports the programme data from the '''xmltv.xml''' file and updates the EPG.
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the MC2XML EPG folder. It also presumes that "mc2xml.exe" has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.

Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the "mc2xml.exe" binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger xmltv.xml file size.
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the '''UpdateEPG.bat''' file must point to the location of the MC2XML EPG folder. It also presumes that '''mc2xml.exe''' has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.

Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the '''mc2xml.exe''' binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).

Optionally create an '''"mc2xml.chl"''' file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see '''General Information''' above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger '''xmltv.xml''' file size.
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md "C:\EPG"

copy "C
:\temp\mc2xml.exe" "C:\EPG\"

notepad "
C:\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Enter any specific channel information
(see above) in the "mc2xml.chl" file and save it.
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(:source:)
md C:
\EPG
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enter

(:source:)
copy C:
\temp\mc2xml.exe C:\EPG\
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enter

(:source:)
notepad C:\EPG\mc2xml.chl
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enter

Include any specific channel information (see above) in the '''mc2xml.chl'''
file and save it.
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Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger xmltv.xml file size.
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Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename) listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger xmltv.xml file size.
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To create the EPG folder from the command line:
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To create the EPG folder from the command line :
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notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPBVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"
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notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" at the time set before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml" file and updates the EPG.
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" at the set time before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml" file and updates the EPG.
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Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger file size.
to:
Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger xmltv.xml file size.
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Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
to:
Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format). If you do not specify which channels to grab all available channels and programme data for them will be downloaded resulting in a much larger file size.
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Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" (do not include the " ") and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
to:
Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that "mc2xml.exe" has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the MC2XML EPG folder. It also presumes that "mc2xml.exe" has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that mc2xml.exe has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.

Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line).
to:
The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that "mc2xml.exe" has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.

Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive and put the "mc2xml.exe" binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager, Windows Explorer or a command line).
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Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
to:
Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" (do not include the " ") and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to MC2XML that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that the mc2xml.exe has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.
to:
The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that mc2xml.exe has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.
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The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the default NextPVR data directory. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder.

Create a folder for
the EPG data in the NextPVR data directory and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line).
to:
The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the root folder of a C: drive. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder. It also presumes that the mc2xml.exe has been downloaded to a "temp" folder on the root of the C: drive.

Create a folder for the EPG data in the C: drive
and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line).
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To create the EPG folder in the NextPVR default data directory from the command line:
to:
To create the EPG folder from the command line:

md "C:\EPG"

copy "C
:\temp\mc2xml.exe" "C:\EPG\"

notepad "C:\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Enter any specific channel information (see above) in the "mc2xml.chl" file and save it.

Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

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md "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG"

copy
"C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\"

notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008:

md "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG"

copy "C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
 
notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

Windows XP, Server 2003:

notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"

cd C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR
\EPG \\
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notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"

simple contents of
"UpdateEPG.bat":

cd
C:\EPG \\
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cd C
:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG \\
mc2xml
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simple contents of "UpdateEPG.bat":

cd C:
\EPG \\
mc2xml
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Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and mc2xml will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).

It will then ask you to select a lineup number. mc2xml will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in this folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again).
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Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and MC2XML will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).

It will then ask you to select a lineup number. MC2XML will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in the "C:\EPG folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again).
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cd C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG
to:
cd C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG \\
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cd C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG
to:
cd C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG \\
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Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and mc2xml will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programs).
to:
Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and mc2xml will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programmes).
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Now you can set up NextPVR to use the prgramme data downloaded by MC2XML.
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Now you can set up NextPVR to use the programme data downloaded by MC2XML.
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Create a folder for the EPG data in the NextPVR data directory and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line)

Optionally create an
"mc2xml.chl" file listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)
to:
The following example creates a folder for the MC2XML EPG data in the default NextPVR data directory. The MC2XML EPG data folder does not have to be in this location but the "UpdateEPG.bat" file must point to the location of the EPG folder.

Create a folder
for the EPG data in the NextPVR data directory and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line).

Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).

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Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)
to:
Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (see above) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename).
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cd "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
to:
cd C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG
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It will then ask you to select a lineup number. mc2xml will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in this folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again)

If there are only analog devices installed on
the system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.
to:
It will then ask you to select a lineup number. mc2xml will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in this folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again).

Now you can set up NextPVR to use
the prgramme data downloaded by MC2XML.

If there are only analog devices installed on your
system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.
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copy "c:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
to:
copy "C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
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C: cd "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\"
to:
cd C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG
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C: cd "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
to:
cd "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
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Create a folder for the EPG data and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line)
to:
Create a folder for the EPG data in the NextPVR data directory and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line)
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md "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG"
copy "C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG\"
notepad "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"


Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" in the NextPVR folder and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)

 C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\UpdateEPG.bat 
 C:
cd "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG"
mc2xml 
to:
To create the EPG folder in the NextPVR default data directory from the command line:

Windows XP, Server 2003:

md "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG"

copy "C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\"

notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008:

md "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG"

copy "c:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
 
notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"

Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" and save it in the scripts folder of the NextPVR data directory and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)

Windows XP, Server 2003:

notepad "C:\Documents and Settings\All Asers\Application Data\NPVR\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"

C: cd "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\NPVR\EPG\"
mc2xml

Windows Vista, 7, Server 2008:

notepad "C:\Users\Public\NPBVR\EPG\Scripts\UpdateEPG.bat"
 
C: cd "C:\Users\Public\NPVR\EPG\"
mc2xml
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If there are only analog devices installed on the system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Use the import option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen.

For digital devices make sure to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data
to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and then select the "Channels" tab. Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created ".xml file". If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels.
to:
If there are only analog devices installed on the system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Select "Device Setup" and use the "Import" option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen which will populate the EPG with programme data.

For digital devices make sure
to have run a channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and choose "Channels". Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created ".xml file". If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels. Once finished editing use the "UpdateEPG" button to populate the EPG with programme data..
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" every time before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml" file and updates the EPG.
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Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" at the time set before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml" file and updates the EPG.
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Open the settings screen in NextPVR and select the "Channels" tab. Select a channel that you wish to use the XML source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate your .xml file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in your XMLTV file, use th edropdown list to choose the channel. If you are mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source you can now choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels

Set the "EPG Source" to "XMLTV Plugin", and press
the "Settings" button
Select the "Browse" button and choose the newly created "xmltv.xml" file from
the "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG" directory and press "OK"
You can now press the "Update EPG" button and set
the "Auto Update EPG" time. NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" every time before it imports the programme data from the xmltv.xml file and updates the EPG.
to:
If there are only analog devices installed on the system select the analog device in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen. Use the import option and browse to the location of the newly created ".xml file". Then select the "UpdateEPG" button in the "Channels" section of the "Settings" screen.

For digital devices make sure to have run a
channel scan on each device you wish to map the XML EPG data to in the "Devices" section of the NextPVR "Settings" screen and then select the "Channels" tab. Select a channel that you wish to use the MC2XML EPG source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate the newly created ".xml file". If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in the XMLTV file use the dropdown list to choose the channel. If mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels.
 
Set the "EPG Update Hour" in the "Misc" section of the "Settings" screen and NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" every time before it imports the programme data from the "xmltv.xml"
file and updates the EPG.
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Create a folder for the EPG data and put the mc2xml.exe binary in that folder (use a GUI file manager or command line)

Optionally create an "mc2xml.chl" file listing the channels you want included in your EPG (see above for file format) (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)


md "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG"
copy "C:\mc2xml.exe" "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG\"
notepad "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG\mc2xml.chl"


Create a file called "UpdateEPG.bat" in the NextPVR folder and edit it with a text editor (notepad). Add any optional command line parameters to mc2xml that you might want. (make sure that notepad doesn't append a ".txt" extension to this filename)

 C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\UpdateEPG.bat 
 C:
cd "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG"
mc2xml 
 
Run this .bat file (double click on UpdateEPG.bat) and mc2xml will ask you to input your Postal/Zip code (ie: "10000"), Country Code (ie: "us"), and will allow you to toggle any options (check "-a" and/or "-A" if you want *'s in your listings to indicate new programs).

It will then ask you to select a lineup number. mc2xml will save this selection to mc2xml.dat and create an xmltv.xml file in this folder. (If you selected the wrong lineup delete mc2xml.dat and try again)

Open the settings screen in NextPVR and select the "Channels" tab. Select a channel that you wish to use the XML source for, from the drop down list select XMLTV and browse to locate your .xml file. If NextPVR does not automatically match the channel name to the name in your XMLTV file, use th edropdown list to choose the channel. If you are mapping multiple channels to the same XMLTV source you can now choose the 'Bulk Map' option to easily edit the rest of the channels

Set the "EPG Source" to "XMLTV Plugin", and press the "Settings" button
Select the "Browse" button and choose the newly created "xmltv.xml" file from the "C:\Program Files\Devnz\GBPVR\EPG" directory and press "OK"
You can now press the "Update EPG" button and set the "Auto Update EPG" time. NextPVR will automatically run "UpdateEPG.bat" every time before it imports the programme data from the xmltv.xml file and updates the EPG.

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