1st time setup? Instructions anywhere?

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clutchcargo
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1st time setup? Instructions anywhere?

Post by clutchcargo »

I had this system installed on a previous PC. It's been over a year so I have completely forgotten how to set up everything.

I am using WMC on Windows 10 (that's all good and working)
I have installed EPG123 v1.7.1.7 That's installed ok
I have a valid Schedules Direct account (currently active)

I just use over the air broadcast. Is there someplace I can go for how to set this up the first time as I have no schedule in WMC and have forgotten how to the schedule gets in there. Any help or point me to a link or pdf on getting this to all work together would be most appreciated.

Thx Clutch
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Re: 1st time setup? Instructions anywhere?

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Best place for application instructions is the application's website or support forum. We're just a guide service.

Gary has an install guide on his website: https://garyan2.github.io/install.html

Robert
joe.king.cool
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Re: 1st time setup? Instructions anywhere?

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my first time here as well. so you dont have any url links for the guide?
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Re: 1st time setup? Instructions anywhere?

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joe.king.cool wrote:
Thu Jun 23, 2022 1:24 pm
my first time here as well. so you dont have any url links for the guide?
Nope.. there isn't one. We provide an application interface to request data, not a direct XMLTV formatted feed (which I think is what you're looking for)

If you're in the US or Canada, percdata.com does have an xmltv service.

Robert

(disclaimer, I run percdata.com)
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