That happens on TBS 5925 too. Do it a retuning after every DISEqC command don't seems a good idea (for me) ..
Any other solution?
Software like Dvbdream, Dvbviewer and Progdvb have a retune on missing signal setting but control of the program is lost by the user during re-tuning, almost like freezing although it is released eventually. If there happens to be no signal on the chosen channel, the program will repeatedly try to re-tune so the user has to time his intervention to regain control. I find it very annoying. The 8922 does not have this problem, there is no need to set retune parameters in dvb software, it tunes the frequency very quickly after moving to a new satellite.
starman345 wrote:I'll have to retract at least part of the good news. With the new driver Dvbviewer will lock frequencies after a satellite move but it seems to only work if the satellite moved to is close the the previous one. If I select a channel from a satellite at the opposite end of the the arc from my position then no lock occurs
Do you have enable the goto x method?This is done by software.If you want to lock another satellite's transponder it will send the motor diseqc first
then lock the transponder if you can not get lock ,maybe DVBViewer have not send the lock signal to our driver.
starman345 wrote:I can set the retune on missing stream setting in Dvbviewer and it will tune properly but I don't like to use it because of the issues I outlined above(loss of program control)
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