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XMLTV is a set of applications to process TV (tvguide) listings and manage your TV viewing, storing listings in an XML format.
There are backends to download TV listings for several countries, filter programs and Perl libraries to process listings.
It is intended to be run by a MySQL database, but it can be run with any front end.
You can use any database, you just have to set the XMLTV_DB_DSN variable to the connection string for the database.
You need to download the latest version of TV listings for the country or countries you wish to get the TV listings for, via the country pages of TV Guide.
All TV listings are stored in an XML file which can be read by XMLTV and sorted.
The file has a standard layout, which can be sorted in any way you wish.
This file can be saved in a database, it can also be processed into many forms.
Please note that TVLists.info is a general purpose database, this is not a database of TV listings, please use TVLists.info as a reference to TV listings for the country or countries you want.
XMLTV can be started by executing
This will start the console which can be quit using
Ctrl + C
Ctrl + Z
./XMLTV is an XMLTV backend in use for most of the country pages of TV Guide.
The rest of this FAQ is not relevant to the backend.
Download and unpack the XTVFileSorter and XTVTVbackend backends.
Check that the Perl libraries installed are found.
If you get an error
The directory doesn’t exist, or your system’s C compiler is not able to compile perl modules
You need to set PERL5LIB to include the directories of the perl libraries you need.
You need to install the latest version of xmlTV backend.
XMLTV_DB_DSN points to a directory, XMLTV_DB_USER points to a user with sufficient rights to change the db files.
XMLTV_DB_PASS points to the password of the user.
Now edit the configuration file and change the XMLTV_DB_DSN value.
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Use KEYMACRO to watch TV and record the channel you are interested in, e.g. “TV2“, and receive the information by email.
Install the KEYMACRO applications.
Create an email account in your mail client.
Open a terminal emulator in your OS and check out the KEYMACRO documentation.
KEYMACRO will take care of the rest.
Update August 22, 2008
The KEYMACRO team is currently working on an update of the KEYMACRO applications. The new version will be released around end of August.
The TV view (KEYMACRO 1) and the recorded TV view (KEYMACRO 2) will be replaced with a new one in the KEYMACRO 1.0.2.
The old view will continue to be available for customers who already purchased the old version.
Update June 26, 2008
The project lead, Kai, has decided to remove the TV view (KEYMACRO 1) and the recorded TV view (KEYMACRO 2) from the website because there was no way to update them after the upgrade to the new website.
The old version of KEYMACRO will continue to be available, as the old version includes both views.
If you want to watch TV and record TV programs in the past, you can download the older versions.
Before installing the older version, however, check if there is a newer version of the old version available. The download button will be available when there is a newer version of the old version.
NOTE: On Linux you can use ‘apt-get’ to install older versions of the old version available.
Update March 26, 2008
The old and the new version can be bought.
Some minor updates of the documentation are included.
The software will not be available until April 1, 2008.
Update September 24, 2007
The last version (KEYMACRO 2.0) is available.
The format of the new KEYMACRO 2.0 has changed a bit and the download procedure has changed a bit.
The changes are explained in this article.
More information on the new format and how to download can be found here.
Update July 5, 2007
The TV view (KEYMACRO 1) and the recorded TV view (KEYMACRO 2) are on the new website (
You can download them again or you can order a DVD version of the program (DVD only).
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XMLTV is a set of applications to process TV (tvguide) listings and manage your TV viewing, storing listings in an XML format. There are backends to download TV listings for several countries, filter programs and Perl libraries to process listings.
XMLTV is not a TV-player but can be used as a TV-player with many applications, for example, as a database.
You can use TV listings to create a sortable index, a browse-tree of programs and a filter for your TV-taste. You can also manage your TV-series by programs or time-frames (for example, all movies from “Star Trek” series).
To use TV listings in an XMLTV-Backend you must first download the (preferably legal) tvguide-file to a folder of your choice. TV-Guide’s website will serve the latest versions, but there is a directory with older versions on
After you have downloaded a tvguide-file to your TV-Guide’s folder, you should change the directory of your TV-Guide to match the directory where you have downloaded the file, before you run XMLTV. Change the TV-Guide’s directory with the command
to start your first application. To add TV-Listings to the next application run
and wait for the XMLTV-Simple-program to end.
You can quit your XMLTV-Simple-program with
Now create another simple program, for example
and add more listings.
After you have added all listings to your XMLTV-Complex-program, run
and wait for the XMLTV-Complex-program to end.
When you have finished, run
to see if the result of all XMLTV-Simple-programs is the same. If it is not, you should run
to check the differences.
The program XMLTV-Complex is an example application.
XMLTV-Complex is an example program to show how you can use XMLTV for your own programs. It can be used as a search-server, a database, a search-frontend and
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XMLTV ( is an application to get
and process TV listings from the Internet. It does that by providing
a database to store and manage TV listings.
You need to have a TV guide to get valid XMLTV
programs, but XMLTV can also work with iDTV or TVBeaver program
XMLTV downloads TV listings from TV guide websites,
filters programs according to channels of your choice, filters
local TV listings of a certain time period.
It can be used to play lists of TV listings,
create directories from programs in XMLTV format.
XMLTV can be used from the command line or as a library to process listings.
XMLTV is compatible with the LDAP/AD-directory, if you have one
There are Perl libraries to process listings,
use the library from your Perl-script.
XMLTV is free software and its source code is available under the
GNU Public License.
XMLTV is a project with several goals:
Simple tools to manage and process TV listings.
Fast and portable applications to be used on a computer with little
XMLTV has an online help and a forum at
The forum is mainly for technical support and for discussions about
XMLTV, but most questions about the program are welcome.
XMLTV needs a database to store and process information. XMLTV uses
a database that stores listings in XML.
XMLTV can manage your TV program library,
download listings from the Internet,
filter programs by channels or channel groups,
filter local listings of a certain time period,
manage your viewing time, etc.
You need an XMLTV backend to download TV listings.
XMLTV comes with backends to download TV listings for
Belgium (Belgian), Czech Republic, Denmark,
France, Germany, Greece, Holland,
Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy,
Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal,
Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland,
Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK and
Backends are Perl libraries that are using the Perl
module to connect to the XMLTV server, download
programs and list directories.
You need to have a TV guide to get valid XMLTV
To process XMLTV listings, you need a Perl library.
Currently XMLTV comes with Perl libraries that
process listings from the Netherlands,
UK and US.
You can download more libraries from
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This is a virtual instrument (VST) in the form of a DMIDv5 instrument plugin, as well as a DMID program containing a sample player and a set of utilities for making use of the new.DMI file format.