Hacking Windows 7 Media Center

Increasing the Default Number of Rows in the EPG

by @ 11:15 am on December 8th, 2009 in tv listings with 69 Comments

Expand EPG Not satisfied with the default setting of seven rows of channels displayed in the episode guide of Windows 7 Media Center? Unfortunately, there is no option to enable an increased number of rows to appear so increasing the rows displayed requires users to do extensive editing to the Media Center DLL files. Thankfully, Bill24 has posted a guide to the editing required on the Australian Media Center Community. This guide is fairly advanced for those not familiar with editing DLL files however so we’ve created a small patch to allow users to easily make the edits to the Media Center shell file. You’ll still need to follow the beginning portion of the guide though and we’ve also included the actual edits made in the original article for those interested in the data behind the changes.

To get started decide whether you’ll be using the patch or editing your Media Center shell DLL by hand. If the patch doesn’t work you’ll likely need to edit the file by hand as updated or altered versions of the Media Center shell DLL could cause the patch to no longer work properly. If using the patch download it here, otherwise you’ll need a program to edit the file by hand such as Resource Hacker or Restorator. Also, a copy of Media Center Studio is required.

The first step is launching Media Center Studio and creating a new theme. Bill24 doesn’t mention in the guide what changes this makes to the Media Center files that makes it a required step, it may be a simple matter of setting the correct permissions on the required Media Center DLL files. Once inside Media Center Studio select the New button to create a new theme, name your new theme and save the file. Return to the main themes listing tab and select the newly created them then press the Apply button. Launch Media Center and browse to the EPG guide, unless additional edits were made inside Media Center Studio nothing should have changed.

MC Studio

Alternatively, if you’ve got the Take Ownership registry file applied you can take ownership of the Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll file to affect the same results.

Now open Windows Explorer and browse to C:\Windows\ehome and locate the MediaCenter.Shell.dll file. Copy the file to another location and make certain to create a backup of this file as well just incase something should go wrong during the process. Now, if using the patch method, copy the patch into the same directory as Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll and apply the patch to this file. Afterward copy the file back into the C:\Windows\ehome directory. Relaunch Windows 7 Media Center and check your EPG guide, there should now be ten rows listed.

For those editing the file by hand open the MediaCenter.Shell.dll in your resource editor and browse to the html –> EPG.MCML file. Inside search for the following lines and edit the values as described:

Name=”InitialGridPosition” Left=”FilterButton,1,1″ Right=”Parent,1,-53″ Top=”FilterButton,0, –44
Name=”InitialGridPosition” Left=”FilterButton,1,1″ Right=”Parent,1,-53″ Top=”FilterButton,0, -134

Set Target=”[FilterButtonLayout.Bottom.Offset]” Value=“493”
Set Target=”[FilterButtonLayout.Bottom.Offset]” Value=“580”

Set Target=”[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]” Value=“7”
Set Target=”[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]” Value=“10”

Font FontName=”global://comm:LightFontFace” FontSize=“48”
Font FontName=”global://comm:LightFontFace” FontSize=“0”

<Set Target=”[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]” Value=“2″/>
<Set Target=”[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]” Value=“4″/>

After changing each of these values save the MediaCenter.Shell.dll file and place it back in it’s original location. Relaunch Windows 7 Media Center and browse to the EPG guide to ensure that you’ve now got ten rows listed.

Ten Row EPG

Thanks to Bill24 for sharing this information with the Windows 7 Media Center community! Be sure to check out his blog (dead, sorry) on the Australian Media Center Community website for even more great information on modifying Media Center. This certainly is a more efficient usage of screen real-estate than the original seven row display.

69 Comments


Zero
Comment #5495 from Zero [Reply]

Cant get the patch to work it keeps on saying wrong file version.

Comment left December 8, 2009 at 9:55 pm Permanent Link
@Reply #5517 from Michael Healy [Reply]

Would it be possible for you to send me a copy of your MediaCenter.Shell.dll to mhealy@hack7mc.com so I can take a look at it?

Comment left December 9, 2009 at 8:42 am Permanent Link

zero
@Reply #5528 from zero [Reply]

File sent as requested :)

Comment left December 9, 2009 at 11:52 am Permanent Link

Nudge
Comment #5507 from Nudge [Reply]

With those settings you may lose the red dot icons within the guide, suggest tweaking the top and bottom values until they fit – rather than shrinking the red dot icon itself.

Comment left December 9, 2009 at 4:30 am Permanent Link

MCE-Fan
Comment #5510 from MCE-Fan [Reply]

Be interested in reading the blog or the comments by Bill24 – however I aint registering at another site, particularly one just for australian enthusiasts run by some nobody – if your going to link to sites that need registering for – say so!

Comment left December 9, 2009 at 5:28 am Permanent Link
@Reply #5516 from Michael Healy [Reply]

Sorry about that, didn’t realize at the time that registration was required to read it.

Comment left December 9, 2009 at 8:40 am Permanent Link

Infinity
Comment #5562 from Infinity [Reply]

I also encountered the wrong file version issue. I’m running Win7 64-bit.

Comment left December 10, 2009 at 8:33 am Permanent Link

DanITman
Comment #5569 from DanITman [Reply]

Would be great to figured out the same hack for the mini guide. I wouldn’t mind adding a row to that.

Comment left December 10, 2009 at 1:11 pm Permanent Link

Chris
@Reply #5835 from Chris [Reply]

This change:

changes the live EPG from 2 rows to 4 rows.

Comment left December 19, 2009 at 5:04 pm Permanent Link

Neil H
Comment #5595 from Neil H [Reply]

I’m running Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit and there isn’t a MediaCenter.Shell.dll file. There is a Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll file but the patch doesn’t work on it. Is there a new patch for 64 bit Win 7?

Comment left December 11, 2009 at 5:38 am Permanent Link
Comment #5602 from Michael Healy [Reply]

I’ve updated that patch file using the dll sent by Zero. Give it a try and let me know if that works out better for those having issues.

Comment left December 11, 2009 at 9:16 am Permanent Link

zero
@Reply #5604 from zero [Reply]

That version doesn’t work either, it does patch the file but no change in the epg apart from I can no longer browse the epg !

Comment left December 11, 2009 at 9:54 am Permanent Link

Infinity
@Reply #5616 from Infinity [Reply]

The new patch worked for me. Thank you!

Comment left December 11, 2009 at 6:55 pm Permanent Link

TTSoarer86
Comment #5707 from TTSoarer86 [Reply]

Got it working on my x64 Windows 7 as per the above guide. I have lost the recording icon though. Does anyone have any clues on what additional lines need changing?
Cheers

Comment left December 15, 2009 at 3:19 am Permanent Link

Marc
Comment #6164 from Marc [Reply]

Is this website dead? No new content in a long time. Usually us geeks have MORE free time over the holidays, not less….

Comment left December 30, 2009 at 10:13 pm Permanent Link

Andy
Comment #6311 from Andy [Reply]

I was beginning to think the same thing. Almost a month since the last update. Looking forward to what 2010 brings!

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TommyW
Comment #6482 from TommyW [Reply]

Patch doesn’t work -, also tried manually with restorator. All settings are correct in the dll file but no changes in mediacenter. What am I doing wrong?

Comment left January 9, 2010 at 11:32 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
@Reply #8682 from Anonymous [Reply]

dowsnt work for mee too, new dll on his place, in resource editor every params are new but still 7 rows.

i have czech language, maybe here is problem because html form is english.

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David in South Florida
Comment #6697 from David in South Florida [Reply]

Nice patch. Worked perfectly following your instructions. I am running Window 7 64-Bit.

The shell.dll’s name in Win 7 is Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll

David

Comment left January 16, 2010 at 11:03 am Permanent Link

Matthers
Comment #9361 from Matthers [Reply]

There are a few typos in these steps. The first mention of the dll misses off the ‘Microsoft’ at the beginning. The second part is the editing of the same key after you just modified it:
to “4″
This is not necessary as you’ve just increased this to 10 from 7. Also, be careful about copying the text from this page to search for the string in Resource Hacker as once again the inverted commas are in a different ascii set.

I think the biggest misleading part of these steps is the word ‘Alternatively’ when referring to either doing the Media center studio step or importing the take ownership reg key. It is imperative to use Media Center studio to create a new blank theme and then apply it for this to work. I have now used these steps for both 32bit and 64bit Windows 7 machines successfully.
Great hack tho.

Comment left April 14, 2010 at 10:09 am Permanent Link

attilla
Comment #10117 from attilla [Reply]

the links above regarding the original article at mcmediacentre.com.au are all dead.

Comment left April 23, 2010 at 4:59 am Permanent Link

Anonymous
Comment #12859 from Anonymous [Reply]

the instructions are not clear, can somebody here write out the proper instructions

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Anonymous
Comment #13042 from Anonymous [Reply]

How do you undo the patch,it looks a right mess with 10 rows

Comment left June 21, 2010 at 2:44 pm Permanent Link

BB
Comment #13088 from BB [Reply]

Thanks for this guide! Before I apply these changes, can someone please tell me if the red button already re-appears in the guide? I use that option very much!

Thanks

Comment left June 23, 2010 at 8:55 am Permanent Link

baturbo
Comment #13780 from baturbo [Reply]

The patch ‘Expand_EPGRowsPatch’ doesn’t work with SP1 beta that has been just released. Error states “…is not the right file to patch!” Is there any way to fix this?

Comment left July 14, 2010 at 7:45 am Permanent Link

Hitch
Comment #15329 from Hitch [Reply]

Extra TV guide rows is nice, but I’m more interested in extra column hours. The default 2 is what really makes browsing the guide so irritating. With a widescreen, I’d like to see at least 4 and possibly 6 hours of listings in addition to this “extra channel rows” fix. And just as ridiculous, I am prevented from looking into the past for shows that I might have missed and want to add for catching any future airings. Super extra very irritating.

Oh, and the color blue. How would I go about changing the color theme to more of a brick red? That would appeal to me so much more. Seriously.

Of course, this thread looks to be dead by now, so nevermind.

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Shagster
Comment #19480 from Shagster [Reply]

I didn’t like the way the 10 rows butted up so tight to the top of the screen, so made a 9 rows version.

Picture 1

Picture 2

Heres the lines I changed.

<me:EpgTable Name="Table" Model="[Model]" VisibleRowCapacity="7" FirstVisibleRow=…
<me:EpgTable Name="Table" Model="[Model]" VisibleRowCapacity="9" FirstVisibleRow=…

<Font Name="NameFont" FontName="global://comm:MainFontFace" FontSize="18” />

Comment left October 5, 2010 at 5:04 pm Permanent Link

Shagster
@Reply #19482 from Shagster [Reply]

3rd time lucky!!

<Set Target="[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]" Value="7"
<Set Target="[Table.VisibleRowCapacity]" Value="9"

<Set Target="[FilterButtonLayout.Bottom.Offset]" Value="493"
<Set Target="[FilterButtonLayout.Bottom.Offset]" Value="570"

<me:EpgTable Name="Table" Model="[Model]" VisibleRowCapacity="7" FirstVisibleRow=…
<me:EpgTable Name="Table" Model="[Model]" VisibleRowCapacity="9" FirstVisibleRow=…

<Font Name="NameFont" FontName="global://comm:MainFontFace" FontSize="22"
<Font Name="NameFont" FontName="global://comm:MainFontFace" FontSize="18"

<Font Name="OtherFont" FontName="global://comm:RegularFontFace" FontSize="18"
<Font Name="OtherFont" FontName="global://comm:RegularFontFace" FontSize="16"

Comment left October 5, 2010 at 5:08 pm Permanent Link

Shagster
@Reply #19484 from Shagster [Reply]

<Font Name="TitleFont" FontName="global://comm:MainFontFace" FontSize="22"
<Font Name="TitleFont" FontName="global://comm:MainFontFace" FontSize="20"

<Font Name="OtherFont" FontName="global://comm:RegularFontFace" FontSize="18"
<Font Name="OtherFont" FontName="global://comm:RegularFontFace" FontSize="16"

Comment left October 5, 2010 at 5:26 pm Permanent Link

Dan
@Reply #30013 from Dan [Reply]

Shagster – do you have a verion of that .dll modified for 9 rows that you would be willing to share ?

Comment left January 19, 2011 at 2:50 am Permanent Link

philzgr8
Comment #22308 from philzgr8 [Reply]

Every time I apply this mod I lose the ability to do thumbnail scrolling whilst watching recorded TV. (that’s where you hold down the Skip button for a few seconds and it pops up a preview window allowing you to scroll to a specific poimt.) Is this a known issue? Is there a ficx?

Comment left November 5, 2010 at 1:31 am Permanent Link
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Comment left January 8, 2011 at 12:45 pm Permanent Link

Alex
Comment #34117 from Alex [Reply]

This is no longer working after installing Windows 7 SP1.
When can we expect a fix?

Comment left February 24, 2011 at 4:38 am Permanent Link

James
Comment #34154 from James [Reply]

soon i hope :(

going back to the 6 or 7 whatever the default is from 10 is brutal.

Comment left February 24, 2011 at 5:02 pm Permanent Link

Erik
Comment #34201 from Erik [Reply]

I’m also missing the 11 Rows :(

Comment left February 25, 2011 at 5:58 am Permanent Link
Comment #34219 from Michael Healy [Reply]

I’ll look and see if it can be fixed.

Comment left February 25, 2011 at 11:18 am Permanent Link

nick
@Reply #34449 from nick [Reply]

some solution for the microsoft mini epg

Comment left February 28, 2011 at 1:00 pm Permanent Link

ed schreibman
@Reply #34551 from ed schreibman [Reply]

Same error, post SP1
The patch ‘Expand_EPGRowsPatch’ doesn’t work .
I appreciate your work!
Thanks!

Comment left March 1, 2011 at 2:25 pm Permanent Link

James
Comment #34464 from James [Reply]

Thanks Michael.

Comment left February 28, 2011 at 5:38 pm Permanent Link

Bob Pendleton
Comment #34602 from Bob Pendleton [Reply]

I’m getting the same “…is not the right file to patch!” error reported above after I updated to Windows 7 SP1.

Is there a workaround for this? I’d be happy to send my Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll to anyone that would be willing to take a look at the new SP1 format of this dll in detail.

I’d really like to get the extra rows back in my guide.

Thanks!

Comment left March 2, 2011 at 9:57 am Permanent Link
Comment #34608 from Michael Healy [Reply]

I’ve attempted to create a patch using the new SP1 version of the file but the changes didnt take effect as they should have. This likely means MS has changed the way the EPG is loaded from the file (there are several new EPG related MCMLs). I’ll keep looking but it will take longer than expected if I can manage to figure it out.

Comment left March 2, 2011 at 12:07 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
Comment #35976 from Anonymous [Reply]

Any update for SP1 users?

Comment left March 16, 2011 at 11:12 pm Permanent Link
@Reply #36406 from Michael Healy [Reply]

I still haven’t located the appropriate modifications to make to the files in SP1 but I’m still looking into it

Comment left March 21, 2011 at 10:21 am Permanent Link

WhatHappend
@Reply #38129 from WhatHappend [Reply]

Michael,

Any progress on locating a SP1 fix?

Thanks..

Comment left April 11, 2011 at 12:34 am Permanent Link
Comment #36419 from bilbat [Reply]

I have posted a copy of the SP1 file modded for ten lines here: http://www.mediafire.com/?itix4dl88vb42u9

Comment left March 21, 2011 at 4:13 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
Comment #36675 from Anonymous [Reply]

thx, but doesn’t work here

Comment left March 22, 2011 at 12:09 pm Permanent Link

Erik
Comment #36684 from Erik [Reply]

Doesn’t work her eighter…

Comment left March 22, 2011 at 3:22 pm Permanent Link
Comment #36881 from bilbat [Reply]

I’ll try a (careful) re-upload… I did it per the original text (5 mods) with Resource Hacker – & it was a real PITA. Neither Restorator nor Resource hacker seemed to have a working search, the file has almost no breaks, and Restorator had the added stupidity of displaying the whole 46,786 character sub-file as a single line of text!

Comment left March 24, 2011 at 11:15 am Permanent Link

notMinnesota
Comment #37800 from notMinnesota [Reply]

Well, I found Resource Hacker to be delightful with text search. It took only a few minutes to fix x64 sp1 file. Here is a copy!

Comment left April 5, 2011 at 3:53 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
@Reply #38127 from Anonymous [Reply]

notMinnesota,

Did you try your changes??? The don’t do anything for SP1 for me? It is easy to make the changes, but SP1 needs something different to work.

Comment left April 11, 2011 at 12:31 am Permanent Link

notMinnesota
@Reply #38278 from notMinnesota [Reply]

This same file worked for me on both x64 Ultimate and Home Premium, and it’s worked for others. No clue why it would fail for the rest. I know I had to take ownership on the original file and add permission to overwrite the original file.

Comment left April 12, 2011 at 9:49 am Permanent Link

Erik
Comment #37802 from Erik [Reply]

Wird..
I installed the file on my laptop and it worked perfectly.
Then i tried on my htpc (both running win7 64) nothing happens, still only 7 rows.

Comment left April 5, 2011 at 4:18 pm Permanent Link

Matt
Comment #38169 from Matt [Reply]

Great work notMinnesota.
I had been having issues since sp1 on my x64 install. Your version looks better than the one I originally built myself using this guide.

thanks a lot

Comment left April 11, 2011 at 6:29 am Permanent Link

Matt
Comment #38170 from Matt [Reply]

Also Mike, great site.
I hope for more frequent updates in the future like the good old days

Comment left April 11, 2011 at 6:31 am Permanent Link

Gareth
Comment #38220 from Gareth [Reply]

Hi,

I always had a working 10 row EPG, having applied the original EPG Patch successfully for family and friends and myself on countless rebuilds and fresh media center setups without any issues before. Decided to update 3 Win7 X64 Ultimate PC’s to SP1. Now the guide is tediously set back to only 7 rows on all of them.

Unclear if anyone really has got this working from the notes. Tried the download presented of the file by notMinnesota dropped it in place and didnt work.

Copied it to usual location of “C:\Windows\ehome\Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll” even restarted and not work.

Is opening the file in numerous dll viewers and going though the instructions to manually create what the patch used to do but now can’t going to work?

As i swapped the working file back in from an Acronis image i took of a system before applying the SP1 update and still it opens 7 rows. I doubt it even alters it. It seems like it’s ignoring it.

I always did the bit in media center studio then the patch as i found out a year ago the word “alternatively” is deceptive in this writeup as mentioned by a poster a year ago i always had to do the creation of a new Blank theme in media studio, take ownership of file and then patch.

This is the killer tweak for me and i need it back! Help!

Gareth

Comment left April 11, 2011 at 4:54 pm Permanent Link

Gareth
Comment #38301 from Gareth [Reply]

Hi,

Tried the Manual way of opening the Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll file in reshacker found all vales mentioned and changed them save file rebooted reopened media center still the same.

Some other underlying thing has been changed by SP1 to reapply SP1.

Looks like i’m going to have to go back to pre SP1 which is a pity as SP1 seems to get things running quicker.

Gareth

Comment left April 12, 2011 at 6:15 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
Comment #39586 from Anonymous [Reply]

this one works for me :-)

http://www.pcmediacenter.com.au/forum/topic/43816-win7-sp1-on-windows-update/page__st__30__p__314798#entry314798

Comment left April 23, 2011 at 2:48 am Permanent Link

WhatHappend
Comment #40999 from WhatHappend [Reply]

The new My Channel Logos ver 2 increases the guide lines on SP1, available here: http://mychannellogos.com/default.aspx

Comment left May 7, 2011 at 4:43 pm Permanent Link

thunderbolt
Comment #41580 from thunderbolt [Reply]

have you seen the latest epg pacth by bill24
http://www.pcmediacenter.com.au/forum/topic/44202-new-channel-logos-version/page__view__findpost__p__316851

Comment left May 12, 2011 at 7:15 am Permanent Link

epgpain
Comment #69439 from epgpain [Reply]

I dont know whats going on here. Usually installing SP1 on Win7 64 Bit then pasting the modified file into ehome works, but this now does not work.

Ive tried manually and also using My Channel Logo’s 2, with little success. Strange really MCL 2 will alter the row widths etc, but will not remove numbers or expand the EPG.

The modified DLL files mentioned above are also not working.

Comment left April 15, 2012 at 6:08 am Permanent Link

ultimahwhat
Comment #71053 from ultimahwhat [Reply]

Ok, I’ve been playing around with this and wanted to share some tips that I found helpful for tweaking the file yourself. I’m running Win7 x64 SP1…

This is end result for now, a 10 row epg. I had an 11-row going, but it was too cramped. I am happy with this, but may tweak it in the future:
10 row epg

1. It is a pain to edit in resource hacker. I copied all the text from the epg.mcl section of Microsoft.MediaCenter.Shell.dll into my favorite text editor to work on it there and copy back into resource hacker as I made changes.

2. The file makes a lot more sense when you can see the structure and variables well. To that end, I put in line breaks between all the “>”, right arrow to unselect it, then return in my text editor. You can just hold down the hot key till you get to the end. Awesome.

3. In the epg file, “FilterButton” corresponds to the “View Categories tab” at the very left of the guide. Then there are “initialGridPosition” and “FinalGridPosition.” The “Grid” is your guide. Initial Position refers to where the Guide is normally and Final Position refers to its position once you click the view categories button.

4. The Top and Bottom offsets for FilterButton will determine how long that left side bar is. Then your Grid Top Offset (last number) is set relative to the top of your FilterButton position. Note that the times on top of the guide are part of the “Grid,” so I found a Top Offset of -44 to line up the view categories button and guide into a nice rectangular block with times running along the top.

5. You can push the Grid’s lower boundary down more with the Bottom offset; I didn’t fiddle with this much.

6. TableVisibleRow will set the number of rows to show. WMC will try to fit that number of rows into the space you’ve created with your offsets. If you cram too many rows into the Grid, the text will be cut off and you will lose your Record icon because it can’t fit anymore.

7. Below all this mess is a section to tweak the miniguide. I think the same concepts apply.

8. There is also a Details variable, I think this has something to do with the show info at the very bottom. I think you can adjust whether or not start and end times are shown, and how many lines to display info, as long as it fits.

9.You could play around with font sizes and colors. All I did was set the font size = 0 for the “guide” text field to hide it. Personal preference.

10. Finally, with resource hacker, sometimes if you don’t do things in the right sequence, it won’t save any of your changes (probably what was going wrong with epgpain’s situation above). What works for me is to copy the edited text back into resource hacker, press “Compile script” button, then ctrl+s to save before copying the file back into the appropriate directory. No fuss, muss, or pop-up save dialogs.

Once I figured out these parameters, I felt like I was free to tweak to my hearts content without having to wait on someone to make the perfect guide for me. I hope this will help you do the same.

Cheers.

Comment left April 27, 2012 at 3:13 pm Permanent Link

Anonymous
@Reply #72041 from Anonymous [Reply]

how do u make it work? mine still shows 7 row. Mind sending me ur shell.dll? my email is ace_of_elusive@hotmail.com

Thx if you sent it. i really wanted to increase my EPG rows. ><

Comment left May 6, 2012 at 2:01 pm Permanent Link

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