TuxOnHumax 2.0

With this version it is necessary to use a version of the program
HRC 2,4 and Setedit 2,0. For editing the PMC a new version of
the program PMC-Edit is necessary too.
In order to ensure that the enclosed HDF file is an original ToH firmware,
you only should use the program HU (Humax Uploader) for flashing the humax.
The firmware consists of the files HIC-10500+CAM+ToH20.hdf and
HIC-10500+CAM+ToH20.tux . Both files are necessary for an examination by HU
for the protection from fakes, which could destroy the Humax.
The version is identified while loading in HU.

New features in version2.0
Macro mode implementation with Humax remote control
Automatic 16:9 or 4:3 format change-over for 16:9 televisions
Adjustable time offset per channel
PMC entries can be assigned to an antenna id
+CAM functionality can be switched off
PAL/NTSC support

Extended film info menu
 -16:9 flag
 -long filminformation
 -filminformation on all Premiere Directchannels
 -clearer film detail display

ToH QME Module
 -info menu
 -internal view of data
ToH EPG Module
 -extended EPG display
 -PMCT editor
 -configuration menu
Documentation of the innovations

There is a new mode in the firmware, which can be activated or deactivated with
the TV/Sat key on the remote control. According to standard this mode is active.
When pressing the key a green "M" is displayed for macro mode on and a red "M"
mode is deactivated. The original function of the TV/Sat key is obtained by
pressing the key two times in a short time. In the macro mode it is possible
set the keys of the remote control with own commands or command chains. The
programming of these macros happens with the program HME (Humax macro editor).
With this program you can test and set the macros, with attached RS232
zero-modem cable from the PC to the Humax, for a durable allocation with
the occupied functions a HDF file is produced, which can be downloaded with HU.
There are two macros defined in the act, the Firmware reserves on the
keys "?"  and "EPG".  With these keys two new ToH modules can be called
(ToH QME Module und ToH EPG Module).

 Automatic 16:9 or 4:3 format change-over for 16:9 televisions

In the firmware an automatic format recognition is implemented, these
recognizes the sent format (16:9 or 4:3) and switches an attached 16:9
television into the correct format. So that this function functions perfectly,
the receiver must be set to "16:9" "Full" under A/V output settings. The
further control is then taken over by the Humax. With the configuration menu
in the ToH EPG Module (see below) you can switch on/off the automatic recognition.
According to standard it is switched on.

Note:  So that the receiver can control the television, a full-wired scart-cable
between receiver and TV must be used.
 Adjustable time offset per channel

Foreign channels are sending a systemtime over the DVB stream, which has a
time offset to the local time (for example Premiere to Stream). If you set the
time offset in the original menu for the time settings to the correct shift for
the local time, the time from the foreign channel is wrong. With this version
it is possible to set the time offset for each channel relative to global
time offset. This takes place similarly as you switch off Dolby digital for some
channels over the PMCT (see PMCT entries under ToH EPG Module, column "TO"
for time offset).
 PMC entries can be assigned to an antenna ID

In the past it could lead to problems, if on different satellites providers use
the same service-id. In the PMCT distinct select of the channel was possible.
Now the clarity over antenna-id and service-id was extended into the PMCT.
 +CAM functionality can be switched off

The +CAM functionality of the internal CAMs can be switched off for individual
channels. This is done via registering an CA-ID of "FFFF" for the appropriate
entry into the PMCT. So the CA-ID is only evaluated by an external CI module.
 PAL/NTSC support

With the current version an automatic recognition of NTSC for our "DX'ler"
friends is implemented. For NTSC channels the solution is set to 704*480 and
30Hz, so the channels can be shown correctly and without disturbances, if your
TV does support NTSC. Besides most of the important screen insertions are
recomputed, because of the smaller number of lines. A 100% adjustment of all
menus is too complex, therefore some menu data are lost downward. The
recognition can be switched on/off in the config menu in the ToH EPG Module
(see further below). With PAL transmissions the format is switched back to PAL
 Extended film info menu

The info box, which appears while switching the programs or through pressing
the red "i" key on the remote control, was transformed. With 16:9 transmissions
an appropriate symbol apart from the time appears. On transmitters with short
category display (e.g. comedy) the storage location category is used to show
a not shorten film title. These most not shorten film titles are also shown
in the ToH EPG Module. On each premiere direct channel the film info is shown and
not only on those with an "E". So that this functions will work, you have to
switch once to a direct channel with "E" or another channel, which sends on
this transponder. One of the channel this works on are: PremNostalgie,
PremSerie, Krimi&Co, DiscoveryChannel or Sport2. The data for the others
direct channels will be buffered thereby, while on the transponder with the
direct channels without "E" no EPG information is sent.  The film detail box,
which appears if you press "?" on the remote control, during the info box is
displayed, is shown in a clearer format.
 ToH QME Module

By pressing the key "?" on the remote control in macro mode, you wil get into
the ToH QME Module. This menu is partitioned into five coloured differentiated
register maps, which you can select through pressing the accordingly colored key
on the remote control. Appropriate paging through the menus is likewise possible
by pressing the cursor keys right/left beside the "OK" key.
In the red menu all channel relevant data is clearly listed. In the green menu
the current solution is shown, as well as the signal strength and -quality.
The audio information of the current channel is displayed too. While listening
dolby digital these information are empty. In the yellow menu your own PMCT is
shown, as well as contents of the conditional access table (CAT) and the programm
map table (PMT). The sub functions on the left side , can be selected with the
appropriate numbers on the remote control. If the announcement of the information
is longer than a page, then page by page scrolling is possible with the cursor
keys up/down below the "OK" key. On the blue side a parser is displayed, which
translates the PMT. With the cursor keys up/down it can be scrolled page by page.
The white menu contains general informations and a small "James Bond" secret :-D.
 ToH EPG Module

Into the ToH EPG menu you get by pressing the key "EPG" in the macromode on the
remote control. This module is divided into four submenus, you can select each
of them by pressing the cursor keys right/left beside the "OK" key on the remote
control. Under EPG the most unshorten film titles (see extended film info menu)
with the weekday and the starting times are shown. The actual running channel is
white emphasized. With the cursor keys up/down, over and under the "OK" key, you
can scroll the pages. This applies also to all other sub menus in this module.
During the using of the EPG zapping with P+ and P- is possible.

In the submenu settings all channel settings are displayed, the actual received
channel is white emphasized. By pressing the "OK" key the settings data can be
changed. The current channel name will get red, now you can select the channel
you want to change with cursor keys up/down. With the cursor key right the entry
which you want to change can be selected and changed. If you select the
antenna/frequency you only can select between transponders which are already
existing, a transponder search is not possible. The changes are stored through
pressing the "OK" key, to reject the changes press the "EXIT" key on the remote
control. All made changes in the settings are stored directly into the flash and
remain also after switching off the receivers.

In the submenu PMCT the adjusted entries are shown and can be changed and
extended for test purposes. The PMCT cannot be flashed at present while it is
in use, therefore changes and extensions are valid only up to next switching
off. This should be sufficient for testing entries, durable changing of the
PMCT is possible with the program PMC-Edit. If an entry is used for the
actual received channel, the entry is white emphasized. Changing of the entries
is possible by pressing the "OK" key on the remote control. A red line appears,
and with the cursor keys up/down the line which you want to chang can be
selected. With the cursor key right the appropriate value can be selected and
changed afterwards. Hex values can be entered while pressing the following keys
"Mute"=A, "RED"=B, "GREEN"=C, "YELLOW"=D, "BLUE"=E and "WHITE"=F on the remote
control. The changes can be stored by pressing the "OK" key (like said only up
to switching off). If you want to rejected the changes, this is done by pressing
the "EXIT" key on the remote control. Into the PMCT some new fields were added
"Ant ID" and "TO".  With "Ant ID" the antenna you want to use is specified, on
which  the adjusted service id is to be used (see PMC entries can be assigned
to an antenna id). With the field "TO" a time offset for the selected channel,
relative to the generally used time in hours can be set (Adjustable time offset
per channel). With selecting the point with the cursor a positive or negative
time offset can be set with cursor keys up/down.
If you want to switch off the +CAM functionality for a special channel, you
have to enter "FFFF" as the CA-ID the channel selected by the service-id. This
is intended for simultaneous use with external CI modules.
If the entry of the actual received channel is selected by pressing the "OK" key,
right of the line all actual sent entries will be appear for the entry. If you
press the cursor keys up/down after selecting the CA-ID, the possible entries are
set automatically. It is likewise possible to add new entries into the PMCT for
test purposes. To do this you have to go to the last page of the PMCT and press
"OK". A red line appears, now you must scroll up to the last entry of the list
and press cursors down one more time. An entry with the actual data of the
current channel is added and can be edited. All sent values are shown on the
right side of the entry. An added entry can be deleted by selecting an ant-id
of "0" (then DELETE will be displayed instead) and confirm it by pressing "OK".

With the submenu "CONFIG" some ToH specific functions can be adjusted. With the
point "macro mode on Startup" you can adjust whether the macro mode is active
when you switch on the receiver.  It can be switched off at any time by pressing
the "TV/SAT" key (see macro mode). With the point "Auto 16:9/4:3 - Switch" you
can steer whether the automatic format change-over for 16:9 televisions should
be active on startup or not (see automatic 16:9 or 4:3 format change-over for
16:9 televisions). The point "Auto NTSC/PAL - Switch" controls the automatic
recognition and change-over of NTSC channels and the change-over to NTSC with
30HZ (see PAL/NTSC support).

 Have fun with the +CAM ToH 2.0
 HUMI_USER, Padawan, Planet Hemp, QME5400, Undici77
 and the rest of the TuxOnHumax team