[vdr] new support
1abenormal at gmail.com
Wed Jan 27 21:35:56 CET 2010
for some reason i can not get this device to stream to ffmpeg even
just one channel... ive tried xine also and it wont stream to it ...
only thing ive gotten it to stream to is vlc so im still playing just
letting you all know where im at and what ive tried so far...
On 1/23/10, abbe normal <1abenormal at gmail.com> wrote:
> hello rob
> thanks for the info i will be trying this today so ill email back
> later on how it works out... as far as the bandwidth i have 100 now
> can move to 1000 just have to put the switch in but never noticed if
> there was a slow down as ive not had this up and running full time
> On 1/22/10, Rob Davis <rob at davis-family.info> wrote:
>> abbe normal ha scritto:
>>> rob yes they do have there own channel scanner built into there
>>> software and it produces a simple layout of info... i will attach a
>>> txt file of that output... so you can have a look at it...
>>> thanks guys for all the input think this will work and be smooth
>>> working with all your help and input...
>> What do you use to stream it to mplayer or vlc? Looks like the channel
>> scanner has done the right thing.
>> You can check what channels you should get using the hdhomerun website..
>> For instance for my zip, I get this
>> Also looks like you're using ATSC over the air intead of Cable..
>> Is there enough bandwidth to stream an HD mpeg2 stream on your network?
>> I had trouble on mine when I used vdr-sxfe on a seperate box to the
>> server. I worked, but I couldn't access the internet as all my internal
>> bandwidth was gone..
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