[linux-dvb] CAM with Budget, Why no decryption?

DUBOST Brice gnu-braice at crans.org
Wed Mar 30 11:18:01 CEST 2005


Christophe Massiot wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 29, 2005, Kenneth Aafløy wrote:
> 
> 
>>>Hmm, there is probably a less typical thing here: I am streaming the
>>>TS streams extracted from the card installed in a server using IP multicast
>>>over LAN and  use the VLC player to watch  DVB. This works marvelously 
>>>with unencrypted streams. So I think if  I get decrypted TS packets from 
>>>the card it should be the same? Is there any prinicpal problem here?
>>
>>Well, it would depend on VLS then, since that is what controls the DVB card,
>>and AFAIK it does not support CAMs, but I can't confirm that right now as
>>viewcvs is apparently down for videolan. Maybe someone else can confirm though?
> 
> 
> VLS is discontinued and should not be used. VLC (which can also act as a
> server) has support for CAMs in post-0.8.1 svn snapshots. See :
> 
> http://www.via.ecp.fr/via/ml/vlc/2004-10/msg00161.html
> 

Hello
Don't use VLC neither VLS for dvb streaming

The developper tried to install it on our servers they never succeed

In's not made for that, it's heavy and insn't determinist  ;-)

you can try it but whe have spent a lot of time trying make vlc(s|c) work

Use other tools or adapt one.



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