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SF8008 Softcam Format

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I know this is a novice question, but how do I convert my regular receiver's softcam.key to so that it can be used with the SF8008?
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if it is a enigma 2 box the same softcam.key works
or look here

https://www.sat-universe.com/showthr...=310477&page=4
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if it is a enigma 2 box the same softcam.key works
or look here

https://www.sat-universe.com/showthr...=310477&page=4
Here is my problem. Looking at the keys below: I figured out that the first four digits in red are for the satellite position, but what i don't understand are the last four digits in blue. where do those numbers come from?

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P 00200066 00 3F547A1A4C8419 ;MSNBC International, 20.0W, 12513 H
P 00200066 01 08760C24C57AFF ;MSNBC International, 20.0W, 12513 H
P 00200067 00 3F547A1A4C8419 ;Fox News Channel, 20.0W, 12513 H
P 00200067 01 08760C24C57AFF ;Fox News Channel, 20.0W, 12513 H
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A little help
P 00200066 00 3F547A1A4C8419 ;

The first 4 digits is assigned by you,you use the same 4 digits for the EMM key for autoroll this services.
This mean there is an EMM key in your file that start as 0020.

The next 4 digits is the service ID,the channel number assigned in the stream.
You should read more about oscam softcam layout,is all easily understandable.

Also,this layout has been changing over the past year and all comes down to see what version of Oscam you are using.
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