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NAME

       tvtime.xml - tvtime configuration file

SYNOPSIS

       ~/.tvtime/tvtime.xml
       /etc/tvtime/tvtime.xml

DESCRIPTION

       The  tvtime.xml  file  is  the  main configuration file for tvtime.  It
       contains all of the default settings and key bindings.  The  tvtime.xml
       file  is  updated  by  tvtime  at  runtime,  to  store  settings across
       sessions.  For this reason, you should not  edit  the  tvtime.xml  file
       while tvtime is running, as your changes may be overwritten.

       The global syntax is as follows:

           <?xml version="1.0"?>
           <!DOCTYPE tvtime PUBLIC "-//tvtime//DTD tvtime 1.0//EN"
             "http://tvtime.sourceforge.net/DTD/tvtime1.dtd">
           <tvtime xmlns="http://tvtime.sourceforge.net/DTD/">
           </tvtime>

       You  can find the DTD and other information about the XML configuration
       files at http://tvtime.sourceforge.net/DTD/

OPTIONS

       tvtime supports a multitude of options.  The  <option>  tag  should  be
       contained within a <tvtime> tag.

       The following is a list of options and their default values, along with
       a description of what the option does.

       <option name="Verbose" value="0"/>
              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="V4LDevice" value="/dev/video0"/>
              This sets the default capture device to use.

       <option name="V4LInput" value="0"/>
              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 default.

       <option name="Norm" value="NTSC"/>
              This sets the default TV norm.  Valid options are:

              ·   NTSC
              ·   NTSC-JP
              ·   SECAM
              ·   PAL
              ·   PAL-Nc
              ·   PAL-M
              ·   PAL-N
              ·   PAL-60

       <option name="SaveAndRestorePictureSettings" value="1"/>
              This  option  indicates  whether  tvtime  should  enable its own
              saving and restoring of picture settings, both  on  startup  and
              per channel change.

       <option name="AudioMode" value="stereo"/>
              This  option  saves the last used audio mode.  This will be used
              to remember which audio mode to select when the  application  is
              next started.  Valid options here are "mono", "stereo", "lang1",
              "lang2" or "sap".

       <option name="AudioBoost" value="-1"/>
              This option sets the audio boost.  This is a percentage for  how
              much  to  set  the  volume  coming  out of the capture card.  By
              default, tvtime does not set the audio at all.  However, because
              the  volume  sometimes does not have a sane default, or is reset
              by other applications, you can use this value to have it  always
              set  to  your  favorite volume.  Use -1 to have tvtime not touch
              the volume.

       <option name="ShowCC" value="0"/>
              This option saves the state of closed caption decoding.   Closed
              captions  are an NTSC-specific text version of the audio for the
              hearing impaired.

       <option name="ColourInvert" value="0"/>
              This value saves the on-off state of the  colour  invert  filter
              across sessions.

       <option name="MirrorInput" value="0"/>
              This  value  saves  the on-off state of the mirror filter across
              sessions.

       <option name="Frequencies" value="US-Cable"/>
              This sets the default frequency table  to  use  for  any  tuners
              found.  Possibilities are:

              ·   us-cable
              ·   us-broadcast
              ·   japan-cable
              ·   japan-broadcast
              ·   europe
              ·   australia
              ·   australia-optus
              ·   newzealand
              ·   france
              ·   russia

       <option name="NTSCCableMode" value="Standard"/>
              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="CheckForSignal" value="1"/>
              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="InputWidth" value="720"/>
              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="XMLTVFile" value="none"/>
              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="XMLTVLanguage" 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="UseXDS" value="0"/>
              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.

       <option name="VBIDevice" value="/dev/vbi0"/>
              This sets which device to use for VBI decoding.

       <option name="MixerDevice" value="/dev/mixer:line"/>
              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="SquarePixels" value="1"/>
              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="Widescreen" value="0"/>
              This  option  enables  16:9  aspect  ratio  mode  by  default on
              startup.

       <option name="WindowGeometry" value="0x576"/>
              Sets the geometry of the window.  A width value of  0  signifies
              that  the  appropriate  width for the given height will be used.
              For 4:3 content on a square pixel display, this  defaults  to  a
              768×576 window.

       <option name="Overscan" value="0.0"/>
              This  sets  the  percent  of the sides to leave to the overscan,
              that is, don’t  show  them  at  all.   Safe  action  area  on  a
              television is 10% in the overscan, but that’s a bit restrictive.
              If you want tvtime to look like a TV,  a  good  value  would  be
              about 6–8%.  The value is in percent, so for 8%, use 8.0.

       <option name="Fullscreen" value="0"/>
              Set  this  to  1  to have tvtime start in fullscreen mode.  This
              setting is set at runtime  so  that  when  you  quit  tvtime  in
              fullscreen,  starting  it  again  will  start back in fullscreen
              mode.

       <option name="AlwaysOnTop" value="0"/>
              Set this to 1 to have tvtime start in always-on-top  mode  under
              supporting  window  managers.  This setting is set at runtime so
              that when you quit tvtime in  always-on-top  mode,  starting  it
              again will start back in always-on-top mode.

       <option name="FullscreenPosition" value="Centre"/>
              Sets  the  position  of the output when in fullscreen mode: top,
              bottom or centre.  When set to top, tvtime  in  fullscreen  will
              place  its  output  at the top of the screen.  Use if you have a
              projector to help tvtime fit properly onto your screen.

       <option name="FramerateMode" value="0"/>
              This sets the framerate of the output from tvtime.

              0   Full framerate mode, every field is deinterlaced.   59.94fps
                  for NTSC, 50fps for PAL.

              1   Half  framerate mode, deinterlace every top field to a frame
                  (TFF).  29.97fps for NTSC, 25fps for PAL.

              2   Half framerate mode, deinterlace every  bottom  field  to  a
                  frame (BFF).  29.97fps for NTSC, 25fps for PAL.

              The  two half framerate modes are useful for progressive content
              from video game consoles.  Use weave and select  either  TFF  or
              BFF, whichever does not exhibit interlace effects.

       <option name="QuietScreenshots" value="0"/>
              When  this  option  is  turned on, screenshots will not announce
              themselves on the OSD.  This is useful if you intend to  take  a
              lot of screenshots, and don’t want the text to interrupt your TV
              watching or appear in other screenshots.

       <option name="ProcessPriority" value="-10"/>
              Sets the default process priority.  By default, tvtime tries  to
              set  itself  at  a  priority  of  10  which  higher than normal
              applications.  Acceptable values are from 20 to 20, with  lower
              values meaning higher priority.

       <option name="TimeFormat" value="%X"/>
              Sets the time format to be used in the tvtime on-screen display.
              The format is a string in the same format as  strftime(3).   The
              default is to use the time format of your locale.

       <option name="ScreenShotDir" value="~"/>
              This  is  the default directory in which screenshots are placed.
              The default is to save them into the user’s home directory.

       <option name="ChannelTextFG" value="0xFFFFFF00"/>
       <option name="OtherTextFG" value="0xFFF5DEB3"/>
              These options set the ARGB colours used for the text in the  on-
              screen  display.   The  default for the channel name is “yellow”
              (0xffffff00), and  the  default  for  the  surrounding  text  is
              “wheat”  (0xfff5deb3).   The colour format can be hexadecimal or
              decimal.  If the alpha channel is not specified the  default  is
              “opaque” (255).

              Examples: 0xffaadd,  0xff0000ff,  0xff,  0xffff,  255  255 0, 0,
                        16777215.

       <option name="UnmuteVolume" value="-1"/>
              This setting  saves  the  volume  before  muting  across  tvtime
              sessions.  You should not ever need to set this yourself.

       <option name="Muted" value="0"/>
              This  setting  saves whether or not tvtime was muted when it was
              last exited.  You should not ever need to set this yourself.

       <option name="MuteOnExit" value="0"/>
              This setting controls  whether  tvtime  should  mute  its  mixer
              device on exit.  Use this to work around noisy capture cards.

       <option name="ShowTaglines" value="1"/>
              This  setting  controls  whether  tvtime  should  show the silly
              taglines in the window title bar.  Set to 0 to shut them off.

       <option name="PrevChannel" value="2"/>
              This setting is  saved  at  runtime  to  remember  the  previous
              channel.

       <option name="Channel" value="2"/>
              This  setting  is  saved  at  runtime  to  remember  the current
              channel.

       <option name="DeinterlaceMethod" value="AdaptiveAdvanced"/>
              This setting is saved at runtime to  remember  the  deinterlacer
              used.

              Supported deinterlacers are:

              TelevisionFull Television: Full Resolution
              TelevisionHalf Television: Half Resolution
              BlurVertical   Blur: Vertical
              BlurTemporal   Blur: Temporal
              AdaptiveSearch Motion Adaptive: Motion Search
              AdaptiveAdvanced
                             Motion Adaptive: Advanced Detection
              AdaptiveSimple Motion Adaptive: Simple Detection
              ProgressiveTFF Progressive: Top Field First
              ProgressiveBFF Progressive: Bottom Field First

BINDINGS

       Key  presses  and mouse button clicks can be mapped to tvtime commands.
       For a description of each command, see tvtime-command(1).

       Multiple keys and mouse buttons may be bound to the same command.   For
       convenience,  tvtime  supplies  aliases  for special keys.  The special
       keys known to tvtime are:

       Up, Down, Left, Right, Insert, Home, End,R PageUp,  PageDown,  F1,  F2,
       F3,  F4,  F5,  F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, F13, F14, F15, Backspace,
       Escape, Enter, Print, Menu

       An example key binding would be for the command CHANNEL_INC.   In  this
       case,  we  have  two  keys (Up and k) bound to the command as well as a
       mouse button (4).

           <bind command="channel_inc">
             <keyboard key="up"/>
             <keyboard key="k"/>
             <mouse button="4"/>
           </bind>

       Some commands can take arguments, for example, the command can take  an
       argument  for the filename.  Arguments can be given to a key binding as
       follows:

           <bind command="screenshot" argument="/tmp/last-screenshot.png">
             <keyboard key="s"/>
           </bind>

AUTHOR

       Billy Biggs.

SEE ALSO

       tvtime(1), tvtime-configure(1),  tvtime-command(1),  tvtime-scanner(1),
       stationlist.xml(5).