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    Red face Humax 5400z pmct question


    Brother Masood and other gurus, please help: I am a newbie with a little experience with fun 6in1. I have a Humax 5400z factory settings and I want to upgrade to latest toh 7.9.
    I need to understand what is the PMCT and the relation it has with the bin file. Also I want to find out what program I need to view and edit the bin file so I can see if what I want is there and if not add it as I used to do with ISVEdit. I tried ISVEdit on the bin file but got nothing meaningful!

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    The PMCTable (Row 1-140000 in the firmware) is used to set the PID for incoming ECM-Data(Entitlement Control Message) for the Provider Channel in order to Decrypt the Channel. A Service Channel might have more than one CA-ID(Viaccess, Irdeto…) with different Idents, so you may find more than one row for the same Channel.

    In addition, ToH firmware adds specific rows on PMCTable for their own use.

    It is not so simple as describe above; I will give an example to clear it more.

    PMCTable row contains:
    Ant ID: ID/Number of the Satellite position in your Channels List Settings.
    Service ID: Identification of the Service (Giving by the Provider)
    CA-ID: Identification of the Encryption system used by this Service
    ---0100 – Seca
    ---0500 – Viaccess
    ---06xx - ****** (xx Different Encryption Version of ******)
    ---17xx – BetaCrypt (xx Different Encryption Version of Betacrypt)
    ---18xx - Nagra(xx Different Encryption Version of Nagra)
    ---0Dxx - Cryptoworks(xx same)
    ---0B00 – Conax
    ---…etc
    ECM: ECM PID of the Channel
    Ext/ID: Provider Identification
    To: Time Offset to correct time difference in channels.
    ---FFFD = -3:00
    ---FFFE = -2:00
    ---FFFF = -1:00
    ---0000 = 0:00
    ---0001 = +1:00
    ---0002 = +2:00
    ---0003 = +3:00
    Audio/Video ID: Identify the Audio and/or Video ID.
    ---A+VPID: Check both Audio & Video
    ---VPID – Only Video
    ---APID – Only Audio
    ---OFF – No check
    ---No PCR – PCR PID disabled
    Try: From where trying to decrypt the Channel.
    ---All – All below
    ---Emu – Emulation
    ---CRD – Card
    ---Net – Network

    Example for Multivision 3
    AntID---ServiceID---CAID---ECM---ExtID---To---AV/PID---Try
    ===============================================
    3----------1302------500------168----007C---0----A+VPID---All


    Thanks to CrazySat for his Help
    Fte Max 100S
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    Thumbs up Humax 5400Z PMCT question

    Thank you Masood for the quick explanation. I apologize again if this sound stupid but I have little experience on this subject. Assuming that the PMCT has all the providers I want, the Key.bin file must take care of the keys. So if I need to change/add I must be able to edit the file. What is the software to do so and how to use it?

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