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Old 01-29-2009, 09:15 PM   #1
m_yates
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lircd.conf file for directv H23 high def receiver


Hi all. It has been a long time since I posted at LQ! I just had to attach the lircd.conf file I generated for directv model H23-600 high def receiver. I played hell for weeks getting this to work with my Mythtv box. Thanks to my new Commandir transceiver + mythbuntu, I was able to generate a working lircd.conf file. I have tested virtually all signals from my mythtv box to the directv receiver and it works. If anyone else out there needs it, enjoy! (by the way, I already e-mailed it to lirc@bartlemus.de as suggested in the config file!)



# Please make this file available to others
# by sending it to <lirc@bartelmus.de>
#
# this config file was automatically generated
# using lirc-0.8.3(default) on Thu Jan 29 21:07:51 2009
#
# contributed by
#
# brand: directtv
# model no. of remote control: H23
# devices being controlled by this remote: H23 set top box
#

begin remote

name directv
flags RAW_CODES
eps 30
aeps 100

ptrail 656
repeat 0 0
gap 29999

begin raw_codes

name 1
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 555 645 555 646 555
645 1128 673 555 646 1126
672

name 2
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 530
671 555 645 555 646 555
1246 554 646 555 1246 552
645

name 3
6059 1149 1274 1126 674 555
645 555 646 555 645 555
1247 1127 672 556 1246 1125
673

name 4
6057 1150 1273 1128 671 531
670 530 670 531 669 1130
671 556 644 556 1246 1126
671

name 5
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 555 646 554 646 1128
672 1129 672 1128 672 554
645

name 6
6058 1149 1274 1127 673 555
645 555 646 555 645 1128
1274 554 646 1128 672 1127
671

name 7
6059 1148 1275 1126 674 554
646 555 646 554 646 1128
1274 1127 672 1129 1273 552
645

name 8
6057 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 555 646 554 1247 554
645 556 645 1128 1274 552
645

name 9
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 555 645 555 1247 554
645 1128 673 1128 1274 1125
672

name 0
6058 1149 1274 1127 673 555
646 554 646 1128 672 556
645 1129 671 1129 1274 552
645

name dash
6059 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 554 646 1128 672 556
1246 555 645 1128 1273 1126
672

name enter
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 555
646 555 645 1128 673 555
1247 1127 1273 555 645 553
645

name mute
6058 1149 1275 1126 674 555
645 1127 674 1127 1275 554
645 1128 672 556 1246 1125
672

name prev
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 530
671 554 646 555 1247 1126
1274 1128 1273 1128 672 553
645

name chanUp
6058 1149 1274 1127 673 530
670 555 646 555 1246 1127
673 1128 1274 554 1247 552
645

name chanDown
6058 1148 1275 1127 673 530
671 554 646 555 1246 1127
1274 554 1247 554 1246 1125
672

name volUp
6058 1148 1275 1127 673 532
669 1127 673 1128 1274 554
645 1129 672 555 1247 1125
672

name volDown
6058 1149 1274 1127 673 530
671 1127 673 1128 1274 554
645 1129 672 555 1247 1125
671

name red
6058 1148 1275 1126 673 531
670 1128 672 556 645 555
646 1128 1273 555 645 553
645

name green
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 531
670 1127 673 556 645 555
1247 1126 1274 555 1246 553
644

name yellow
6059 1148 1275 1126 673 531
670 1128 673 555 645 556
1246 554 1247 554 645 1126
672

name blue
6059 1149 1274 1127 673 530
671 1127 673 555 646 1128
672 556 1246 555 1246 552
645

name back
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 531
670 555 1247 554 645 1128
1274 1127 672 556 645 553
645

name menu
6059 1148 1275 1126 674 530
670 537 1265 554 645 555
646 555 1246 555 1246 553
644

name info
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 530
671 530 1271 554 1247 1127
1273 555 645 1128 672 1127
672

name guide
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 531
670 550 1252 554 1246 554
645 556 645 556 644 554
644

name active
6058 1149 1274 1127 673 530
671 530 1271 555 1246 555
645 1128 672 556 645 1126
672

name list
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 531
670 530 1272 554 1246 555
1246 555 645 555 1246 553
644

name exit
6058 1148 1276 1126 673 530
671 530 1271 530 669 1128
1274 555 1246 1127 1273 1126
671

name left
6059 1148 1275 1126 674 530
671 554 1247 554 646 555
1246 1127 1274 1127 673 1126
672

name up
6059 1149 1274 1127 673 530
670 531 1271 554 645 556
645 1128 1274 554 1246 1126
671

name right
6058 1148 1276 1125 674 530
671 530 1271 541 659 1128
672 556 1246 1127 672 1127
672

name down
6059 1148 1275 1126 673 530
671 530 1272 554 645 555
1247 554 1246 1128 672 554
644

name select
6058 1149 1274 1126 674 530
671 530 1271 554 646 1128
672 1129 1273 1128 1273 553
644

name on
6059 1148 1275 1126 674 530
1272 529 670 530 670 556
645 555 1246 1128 1273 553
644

name off
6058 1149 1275 1126 673 530
1272 529 671 530 670 555
645 1129 1273 1128 1273 1125
672

end raw_codes

end remote
 
Old 02-15-2009, 05:41 PM   #2
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thanks, I'll try it

Thanks for the posting.

I've also been trying to create a working lirc file from my Directv H23 IR remote. I'm using Knoppmyth R5F27.
Every time I've run IRRECORD, I've gotten a slightly different answer. In my last version the 5 button was never recognized.

I'll give yours a try.

Eric
 
Old 02-15-2009, 09:16 PM   #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by neutron68 View Post
Thanks for the posting.

I've also been trying to create a working lirc file from my Directv H23 IR remote. I'm using Knoppmyth R5F27.
Every time I've run IRRECORD, I've gotten a slightly different answer. In my last version the 5 button was never recognized.

I'll give yours a try.

Eric
I had the same problem with irrecord, even with the commandir receiver (which works much better than the home made receiver I was trying previously). However, the config file above works. I didn't test every command, but all numbers work plus on, off, select, and enter. I hope it works for you as well.
 
Old 04-22-2009, 10:40 PM   #4
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they work for me too!

Quote:
Originally Posted by m_yates View Post
I had the same problem with irrecord, even with the commandir receiver (which works much better than the home made receiver I was trying previously). However, the config file above works. I didn't test every command, but all numbers work plus on, off, select, and enter. I hope it works for you as well.
I used your button codes and they work well with my Directv H23 receiver. I've now got all the bugs and kinks out of my Mythtv system and I am filling up my 1TB hard drive with programs I want to watch but don't have time to watch

It's a nice problem to have, I guess.

Cheers!
Eric
 
Old 04-24-2009, 10:49 AM   #5
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I used your button codes and they work well with my Directv H23 receiver. I've now got all the bugs and kinks out of my Mythtv system and I am filling up my 1TB hard drive with programs I want to watch but don't have time to watch

It's a nice problem to have, I guess.

Cheers!
Eric
Cool. Glad it works for others. I also sent it to the lircd people so they can include it in the list of config files that are included in the software.

What capture card are you using? I'm recording with an old Hauppauge PVR mpeg2 card. I was wondering if there was something better that could keep high definition quality in the recordings.
 
Old 04-27-2009, 08:55 AM   #6
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currently using PVR-150

I am using the Hauppauge PVR-150 card - which is also one of the Hauppauge mpeg2 standard definition capture cards.

The only product I know of for capturing high definition video from a satellite receiver is the Hauppauge HD PVR (model 1212). Currently, it does not have out-of-the-box Mythtv support. Mythtv developers are working on having full support included in the next 0.22 release of Mythtv.

Eric
 
  


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