[vdr] Reserve device for Live-Tv

Brian-Imap Brian_Dorling at t-online.de
Wed Dec 19 19:33:20 CET 2012


On 19.12.2012 18:04, Gerald Dachs wrote:
> Am 19.12.2012 15:11, schrieb Brian-Imap:
>> On 19.12.2012 11:10, Gerald Dachs wrote:
>>> Am 19.12.2012 10:30, schrieb Brian_Dorling at t-online.de:
>>>> Hi,
>>>> might be simple. From ct. If you are using DVB-S, install a FF DVB-C
>>>> card. That is the primary device.
>>>> But it cannot record, so recordings are done on all other DVB-S
>>>> devices.
>>> And how can he use this DVB-C-Device then for Live-TV? He can only view
>>> the signal from one of the DVB-S-Devices that are locked to the
>>> transponder they are recording. Additionally for streamdev it is totally
>>> useless.
>>>
>>> Gerald
>>>
>>>
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>> Hi,
>> I haven't tested this yet. But this solution was the one favoured by
>> CT to solve the problem of the FF cards not having enough bandwidth to
>> handle live viewing and recording at the same time.
>>
>> The DVB-C FF card will never record in a DVB-S system. I assumed that
>> you could view live TV via transfer mode from a DVB-S card.
> You didn't understand the problem. If this used DVB-S-Card will be
> needed by an recording it will again switch away from the live channel.
> And again, to use a FF-Card will not help with streamdev.
>
> Gerald
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Hi,
correct. Meaning, I didn't understand it properly.



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