Settings


Default option

  • 192.168.1.111

Enter the HDHomeRun IP address. It is recommended to set a static IP address for the HDHomeRun device.

You can set a static IP for your homerun device by configuring DHCP Static Leases in your router. If you do not have this option, increasing the Client Lease Time to a large number. Refer to your Router’s Manual.


Default option/recommended

  • auto

Options

  • auto
  • tuner0
  • tuner1
  • tuner2

Leave this at auto.


Default option

  • unchecked

Custom Lineup is useful to rename TV channel name or to manually map channel name with XMLTV data.

 

Not available on V2.


Default option

  • lineup.xml

This option is active if Custom Lineup is checked.

Extract the lineup.xml from the HDHomeRun device (eg. http://192.168.1.111/lineup.xml) and save to a location on the computer (eg. C:\HDHRViewer\lineup.xml).

 

Not available on V2.


Default option

  • unchecked

Supports mc2xml or zap2xml.

 

Not available on V2.


Default option

  • disabled

recommended option

  • hdhomerun

Options

  • disable
  • restapi – requires Channel Guide App
  • file – requires XMLTV File Location.
  • hdhomerun – pulls 4hr guide data from SiliconDust servers. No additional configuration needed. May require latest HDHomeRun firmware. May not support all regions.

 


Default option

  • xmltv.xml

This option is active if (V1) Enable XMLTV is checked, or if (V2) XMLTV Mode = file 

Generate (using mx2xml or zap2xml) and save the xmltv.xml data to a location on the computer (eg. C:\HDHRViewer\xmltv.xml).


Default option

  • 3

Options

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Maximum number of listing per channel.


XMLTV Match by channel

Default option

  • name

Options

  • name
  • number

Match XMLTV by channel name or number. Useful if channel name or number is different from lineup.xml.


Channel Logo match by channel

Default option

  • name

Options

  • name
  • number

Match XMLTV by channel name or number. Useful if channel name or number is different from lineup.xml. Store channel logos in Contents\Resources folder. Best to use square 256×256 image.

Remove non-alphanumerical characters except “-“,”_” and “.”. Case sensitive depending on OS.

name example:
Channel 2! = logo-Channel2.png
Channel-X.GFD%$#/a? = logo-Channel-X.GFDa.png

number example:
50 = logo-50.png
51.1 = logo-51.1.png


 

Pre-Transcode (HDTC-2US only)

Default option

  • none

Options

  • none
  • auto
  • heavy
  • mobile
  • internet540
  • internet480
  • internet360
  • internet240

Set this setting to none if you are using non-H.264 capable HDHomeRun (DUAL Gen4, PRIME) tuners, otherwise, the plug-in might not work.

Setting Pre-transcode can help in reducing CPU usage if the pre-transcode resolution is lower than the TV channel resolution.