SamyGo Channel Editor
SamyGo Channel Editor is a handy and efficient application that can assist you in manipulating TV channel scenarios for a Samsung TV.
It was designed for Samsung C and D series TV and can become an essential asset for users who are having trouble organizing the channel lineup on such a device.
The program was designed in Java and needs JRE in order to work properly. It is also portable, which means it doesn’t require an installation process and can be carried around on a removable drive, without affecting the system registry of the machine it runs on.
The interface is rather simple and dull, but on the bright side, this reflects in ease of use and a higher degree of accessibility to a wide array of users.
You can open an existing list (in map-D or SCM format) or create one from scratch, if this option suits you better. A list can contain as many channels as you want, provided that they’re defined properly.
Adding a new channel can be done using a dedicated dialog, which requires you to enter details such as name, ONID, TSID, PID, VPID, NID and frequency, as well as to select the service type (TV, radio, data or HD) and to optionally lock, encrypt or add it to the favorites list.
Furthermore, using the Edit menu, you will be able to move, edit, delete or find channels and to perform more advanced operations such as adding parental lock or Sky.de feed channels.
Overall, SamyGo Channel Editor comes across as a decent application who can help owners of Samsung TVs to organize and manipulate channel lists to their liking.