Hi UJB, recently discovered this thanks to ACTCMS from this post but unfortunately for me it doesn't work when I run it.
I put it in C:\Users\Public\NPVR\Scripts with PostUpdateEPG.bat calling NEWA_AutoSearch.exe, but even when I just double click it, it gives me the error attached?
*********** UPDATE ***********
RTFM... "Simply place the programme below in your GBPVR directory and schedule as you like " (Presumably now the NPVR Dir)
I put it in C:\Program Files\NPVR\ instead and changed the path in PostUpdateEPG.bat to C:\Program Files\NPVR\NEWA_AutoSearch.exe ... now seems to work!!
Last edited by jksmurf; 2011-06-12 at 01:23 AM. Reason: Embarrasment?
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I placed NEWA_AutoSearch.exe and .pdb files in C:\Program Files\NPVR. I then started NEWA in my browser and created a couple of saved searches both set to auto-record.
If I run NEWA_AutoSearch.exe from a command line it seems to do something (it takes about 1-2 seconds to return to the command prompt) but when I check NextPVR, nothing has been scheduled to record. I can confirm from NEWA, however, both saved searches return results.
Do I have to specify a channel (or channels)? I'm not currently doing so.
You'll probably need to leave it overnight Brian - AFAIR autosearch/record will only run once per day and since you've already started NEWA today, the OPD switch will have been triggered. There should be something in your npvr.logs.