<!DOCTYPE tvtime PUBLIC "-//tvtime//DTD tvtime 1.0//EN" "http://tvtime.sourceforge.net/DTD/tvtime1.dtd
Default $HOME/.tvtime/tvtime.xml configuration file.
Do not edit this config file while tvtime is running, it
will be overwritten during runtime to update program settings.
The verbose setting indicates that we should print full
informational and warning messages to stderr while running tvtime.
Otherwise, only fatal errors will be printed to the output.
<option name="Verbose" value="0"/>
<!-- This sets the default capture device to use. -->
<option name="V4LDevice" value="/dev/video0"/>
This sets the default capture card input to be opened by tvtime.
For example, for my WinTV card has the tuner as source 0, and
its composite input as source 1. Sources can be changed at runtime
using the "toggle_input" command, which is key command "i" by
<option name="V4LInput" value="0"/>
This sets the default TV norm. Valid options are:
<option name="Norm" value="SECAM"/>
This sets the default frequency table to use for any tuners found.
<option name="Frequencies" value="russia"/>
There are two special NTSC cable standards in the US: IRC and HRC.
In IRC, channels 5 and 6 are on different frequencies, and HRC mode
shifts all frequencies up by 1.25MHz (and is also weird on channels
5 and 6). Use this option to set the cable mode to "Standard",
"IRC", or "HRC". It is very rare that you will see cable systems
that use IRC or HRC cable.
<option name="NTSCCableMode" value="Standard"/>
Toggle whether tvtime should check if there is a signal present
when changing channels etc. If your card doesn't suck, you
shouldn't need to shut this off. Disabling this feature will also
disable the channel scanner.
<option name="CheckForSignal" value="1"/>
This sets how many pixels per scanline to request from the capture
card. A higher setting gives better quality, while a lower setting
means we do less work, and so tvtime will run faster. If you have
a slower CPU (like, less than 500Mhz or so), maybe values of 480
or 400 might suit you best. For best quality, choose a high value
like 720 or 768. Most capture cards cannot sample higher than 768
pixels per scanline.
<option name="InputWidth" value="720"/>
Set this to a filename to get show listings from an xmltv file.
Set to "none" if you do not wish to use xmltv.
<option name="XMLTVFile" value="none"/>
Set this to a two-letter language code to set the language to use
for entries in the XMLTV file (for example, use "de" for German).
Set to "none" if you wish to use the default language of the file.
<option name="XMLTVLanguage" value="none"/>
Set this to 1 to enable XDS channel information decoding. This
option is specific to NTSC regions. XDS is used to send information
about the channel including the network name and call letters, and
sometimes information about the current show. This information is
then shown on the OSD and saved to the stationlist.xml file.
<option name="UseXDS" value="0"/>
This sets which device to use for VBI decoding.
<option name="VBIDevice" value="/dev/vbi0"/>
This sets the mixer device and channel to use. The format is device
name:channel name. Valid channels are:
vol, bass, treble, synth, pcm, speaker, line, mic, cd, mix, pcm2,
rec, igain, ogain, line1, line2, line3, dig1, dig2, dig3, phin,
phout, video, radio, monitor
<option name="MixerDevice" value="/dev/mixer:line"/>
This option enables 16:9 aspect ratio mode by default on startup.
<option name="Widescreen" value="0"/>
Disabling this option tells tvtime to use the X server DPI to determine
pixel shape. By default, tvtime assumes pixels are square. Set this
to 0 if you have a 4:3 monitor but run it at 1280x1024 and want tvtime
to do the right thing.
<option name="SquarePixels" value="1"/>
Sets the geometry of the window. A width value of 0 signifi