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    Quote Originally Posted by ACTCMS View Post
    TVGuide is http://tvguide.sourceforge.net/ and XMLTV GUI is http://www.birtles.org.uk/xmltv/.

    I'm sure they could be integrated into gbpvr - I believe you can run XMLTV with a batch command... but I've never tried (I'm sure sub once suggested that DVB EPGs were pretty good, in light of the Zap2it problems). Are you in a position to try it or do you want me to volunteer...
    I would not be able to try it and confirm that it works, in preparation for a blurb on the wiki.

    Actually, I could easily just add the links to the 'other grabbers' section. But I think that if we add more information, then it behooves us to know it works...
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    Quote Originally Posted by zehd View Post
    I would not be able to try it and confirm that it works, in preparation for a blurb on the wiki.

    Actually, I could easily just add the links to the 'other grabbers' section. But I think that if we add more information, then it behooves us to know it works...
    I totally agree - better no documentation rather than inacurate documentation... Anyway I found this thread which kind of explains everything...

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    I just looked in the Wiki and realised that the best way to get EPG in Sweden (and Norway) is not included.

    It is called TVGrabber and its homepage is: http://tvgrabber.heiigjen.com/

    And there is a Wiki-page I made showing how to use it with GBPVR at:
    http://tvgrabber.heiigjen.com/Wiki/t...R/Default.aspx

    I had no priviliges to edit the wiki page so I post it here instead.

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    To all:

    If I were to break up the grabbers geographically, NA,Europe,... what would I call Australia and NZ? 'Down Under'?
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    Oceania ?

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    I'm sure either of those would be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forzaKGB View Post
    Oceania ?
    Is that a common term for those down under?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zehd View Post
    Is that a common term for those down under?
    IMHO yes, kind of covers Auz, NZ and the islands around them.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oceania
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    Cool, I learned a new word today!

    I am gonna amaze my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toboR View Post
    Cool, I learned a new word today!

    I am gonna amaze my friends.
    Me too, but since it'd be for people from there they'd probably know it. i think people will really be using the EPG page
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