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