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 BrightAuthor Version 4.7
You can use the Tuner Scan state to perform a channel scan of the cable source while an interactive presentation is running. Use a Media End event to exit this state once the channel scan concludes. If you use another interactive event (e.g. Serial Input, UDP Input) to exit the Tuner Scan state before it concludes, the scan will be canceled and the results will not be written to the player.

  • Channel Map: Select QAM, ATSC, or ATSC and QAM (consult your service provider for details).
  • Modulation Type: Select QAM 64, QAM 256, or QAM 64 and QAM 256 (consult your service provider for details).
  • First RF Channel (optional): You can choose to limit the range of the channel scan by selecting the first channel to scan.
  • Last RF Channel (optional): You can choose to limit the range of the channel scan by selecting the last channel to scan.

Note

Each channel takes approximately one second to scan. Specifying upper and lower limits will reduce the amount of time it takes to perform the scan. You should only use these two options if you are familiar with the channel map of the cable source.

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