[vdr] IS there a working UPnP-AV/DLNA support for VDR?

Denis Loh denis.loh at googlemail.com
Thu Feb 16 13:26:26 CET 2012


Actually, I think some of the properties are not well formatted. UPnP
defines a strict pattern, which I implemented (hopefully) properly.
However, some devices may ignore this pattern. I will try to find out,
which of these parameters is the offending one.

2012/2/16 Teemu Suikki <tsuikki at zuik.org>:
> Howdy!
>
> There is an installation instructions for vdr-plugin-upnp here:
> http://www.vdr-wiki.de/wiki/index.php/Upnp-plugin
>
> I also installed libupnp-1.6.6 with this dlna patch:
> http://svn.assembla.com/svn/VDR-M7x0/trunk/toolchain/patches/libupnp/1.6.6/dlna/100-CustomHeader.0.0.3.patch
>
> I'm using the plugin with VDR 1.7.15 and Playstation3. PS3 detects the
> VDR correctly, but there are no recordings or live channels available,
> it's just all empty.
>
> When looking at the log file (with -vvvvv), i see this:
>
> UPnP server message: Browse requested by 192.168.0.201.
> UPnP server message: ===== Browsing =====
> UPnP server message: ID: 0
> UPnP server message: Browse metadata
> UPnP server message: Filter:
> @id,upnp:class,res,res at protocolInfo,res at av:authenticationUri,res at size,dc:title,upnp:albumArtURI,res at dlna:ifoFileURI,res at protection,res at bitrate,res at duration,res at sampleFrequency,res at bitsPerSample,res at nrAudioChannels,res at resolution,res at colorDepth,dc:date,av:dateTime,upnp:artist,upnp:album,upnp:genre,dc:contributer,upnp:storageFree,upnp:storageUsed,upnp:originalTrackNumber,dc:publisher,dc:language,dc:region,dc:description,upnp:toc, at childCount,upnp:albumArtURI at dlna:profileID,res at dlna:cleartextSize
>
> UPnP server message: Offset: 0
> UPnP server message: Count: 1
> UPnP server message: Sort: (null)
> UPnP server message: Pushing property
> UPnP server message: Pushing property
> UPnP server message: Pushing property
> UPnP server message: Pushing property
> UPnP server message: Pushing property
> UPnP server error:Parsing filter failed
>
> --
> Teemu
>
>
> 2012/2/12 Timothy D. Lenz <tlenz at vorgon.com>:
>> I'm interested in this also, but we have 2 Sony Bravias. Hacking the Tv not
>> an option.  I do know that on ours, for youtube, you can do searches and
>> stuff using an on screen alphabet that follows the letter to number grouping
>> you see on phones. So it does have a way to enter stuff.
>>
>>
>> On 2/10/2012 1:43 PM, Luca Olivetti wrote:
>>>
>>> Al 10/02/12 18:07, En/na Pim Zandbergen ha escrit:
>>>>
>>>> I suppose you could use mediatomb with vdrnfofs to share your recordings.
>>>
>>>
>>> Or hack the TV to simply nfs mount the directory with the recordings
>>>
>>>
>>> Bye
>>
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>
>
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> Teemu Suikki
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