Provided by: tvtime_1.0.2-7ubuntu9_i386 bug


       tvtime-scanner  -  an  all-band  scanner  for  tvtime  to help users of
       European cable providers that do not use standard frequencies


       tvtime-scanner [ OPTION ] ...


       tvtime-scanner allows a user to  scan  all  frequencies  for  stations.
       This  is useful for European cable provides such as UPC or Casema which
       do not use standard  frequency  tables  for  their  channels.   tvtime-
       scanner  checks  for  frequencies across the full band and writes it to
       your stationlist.xml file in a table  called  "Custom".   This  can  be
       selected  by  running "tvtime --frequencies=custom" or by selecting the
       Custom frequency table within the OSD menu inside tvtime.


       -h, --help
              Show usage information.

       -F, --configfile=FILE
              Additional config file to load settings from.

       -d, --device=NAME
              video4linux device to use (defaults to /dev/video0).

       -i, --input=INPUTNUM
              video4linux input number (defaults to 0).  Cards commonly have a
              bunch  of sources, for example, on my WinTV card, source 0 is my
              tuner and source 1 is the composite input.  The scanner requires
              using an input that has a tuner.

       -n, --norm=NORM
              The  mode  to  set the tuner to (defaults to NTSC).  Valid modes

              ·   NTSC
              ·   PAL
              ·   SECAM
              ·   PAL-NC
              ·   PAL-M
              ·   PAL-N
              ·   NTSC-JP


       Billy Biggs.


       tvtime(1), tvtime-configure(1), tvtime.xml(5),