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PVR 600 writing problems on adult movies - 10-December-2008, 22:57

When I write a channel, in internal HDD for many hours, if the channel program changes to an adult movie the dreambox continue to write but it writes only a frozen picture. When the adult movie ends it writes again normally.
One problem I can think is the parental control. But I have it switched off.
Does anybody had similar problem and found any solution.
   
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10-December-2008, 23:16

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When I write a channel, in internal HDD for many hours, if the channel program changes to an adult movie the dreambox continue to write but it writes only a frozen picture. When the adult movie ends it writes again normally.
One problem I can think is the parental control. But I have it switched off.
Does anybody had similar problem and found any solution.
You are most likely trying to record something you cannot descramble. It has nothing to do with the adult movie, per se, unless your dreambox is especially prudish.

If you do not have the proper "codes" to clear a particular program, you will notice that the first few frames of that program will play and then the picture will freeze at some scene.

You can check this by trying to watch the program or channel that is giving you trouble without recording it. Probably you will see a frozen screen. If not, let us know. Maybe there are other issues.
   
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10-December-2008, 23:30

When I watch the movie it freezes just the second it shows the signal that the movie is over 18 years. If I change to another channel and back it plays normally.
   
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10-December-2008, 23:47

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When I watch the movie it freezes just the second it shows the signal that the movie is over 18 years. If I change to another channel and back it plays normally.
From what you wrote I understand that if you are watching a channel and an "adult" movie comes on, the screen will freeze whether or not you are recording, so recording really has nothing to do with the problem.

If you are on a channel, and the channel is descrambled (or clear), it may be that the peer share you are using does not have an entitlement to the later adult movie. CCcam does not, as far as I know, search automatically for a new CAID:Provider card if a previous card did work, then stopped working. You would have to switch to another channel, then back to the original one to initiate a search for a new valid share.

Is the peer that sent you the share to descramble the channel the same as the one that descrambles the adult movie?

If not, the simple way to fix this is to prioritise the peer with the share for all of the movies on the channel you are watching. That peer may not be the fastest, which is why he or she is not selected first, but may be the one who can descramble everything.
   
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11-December-2008, 18:49

It is really a clever approach but I think it must be something else. The provider of the channel gives the same entitlement for every movie in his program. I think that more possible is that dreambox mess it up with the parental control signal, when enigma searching for parental control settings.
   
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11-December-2008, 19:00

I was about to address that PIN possibility, but thought better of it because I am not sure how those are handled.

If someone uses the parental block on the receiver, does that cut off down******* to clients? I'm not sure.

If the card provider requires a PIN to access certain channels or programs, then if that is not in the server's CCcam.cfg, I don't think that can be shared.

Either way, the answer to these questions should be found by finding a peer whose channels do not suddenly "freeze", or better, by PM'ing the peer who is serving the ECM to ask if he or she is using parental controls at all.
   
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