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If you are interested in contributing to the documentation (or in any other way), please take a look at the contribution guide. NET is an Electronic Program Guide (EPG) - an electronic TV magazine which lets you see TV listings for today and next week.However over the years it has got slow (esp clicking through the guide) and just generally flaky.A couple of months ago I switched to Media Portal, and boy what a difference. Yes even Media Portal is better then that crap that Micro Soft has since recently packed in. Its still Billions of light years from Linux VDR in my honest opinion. My primary application of course was, and more or less continues to be for live TV, and I find a simple SAT2IPTV converter an Android / Google TV Box is more then enough to get the job done. First it has like ZERO SUPPORT for any European TV Standardards *cough* DVB-C (Cable TV).Note: The TV Listings support for Windows Media Center may be shut down in near future as Microsoft has stopped supporting WMC with Windows 10.So if you are starting new it will be more future proof if you don't use the Microsoft service. It actually uses XMLTV format, but was designed by and for Media Portal 2.
Kodi is a free open source media center for playing Music, Movies, Games, Pictures and lot more.A guide channel, that is not attached to a TV channel, can't be recorded nor played.If you use 's case these are its scanned channels which contain tuning information for the cards they are scanned on and mapped to.For Freeview HD channels you have to use the EPG data from the equivalent SD channel.Used Media Centre for ages, it was once of MS best products.
If you are in the USA, Canada or Mexico, Breese's tutorial about using xmltv is highly recommended:https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/xmltv-install-configure-for-atsc-ota-u-s-a.133048/ This guide presents the main methods plus several different Setup tutorials, with examples for specific regions/countries:if you have a DVB TV Card and your TV broadcaster includes good EPG data this is the easiest method to use: However, often DVB sources provide data only for the next 48 hours, which is not very useful for scheduling recordings.