[vdr] Channel IDs - DVB-C and IPTV

fnu vdr at auktion.hostingkunde.de
Tue Aug 20 14:22:07 CEST 2013


Hey Michael,

glad to here that you got it work. So after using correct SID, NID and TID,
still no EPG from EIT?

Since you may not be the only user in Austria, using A1TV's IPTV channels,
you may post the proven channel.conf entries with correct SID, NID and TID
at vdr-portal.de.

===
Kind regards
fnu

> -----Original Message-----
> From: vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org] On Behalf
> Of Michael Frank
> Sent: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 12:03 PM
> To: VDR Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [vdr] Channel IDs - DVB-C and IPTV
> 
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> @fnu
> 
> Thank you Frank for your kind help. Analyzing the streams was the first
> step towards success.
> 
> Finally I found the reason why RID would not work with my IPTV-Channels.
> It's very simple: apparently SVDRP does not like an NID of zero. As soon
> as you set it to 1 the RID can be used as well.
> 
> The import of EPG-data from epgdata.com is now working fine for my IPTV-
> Channels from a1tv.
> 
> Thanky again
> 
> Kind regards
> Michael
> 
> 
> Am 2013-08-19 17:35, schrieb fnu:
> > Hey Michael,
> >
> > since I dealt somewhat intensiv with IPTV channels the last days,
> > German T-Home Entertain, see vdr-portal, I was able to check this
> quickly.
> >
> > DVB-S/S2:
> > ===
> > vdr2-vdr:/home/vdr> svdrpsend lstc 1
> > 220 vdr2 SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 17:12:24 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 1 Das Erste
> > HD;ARD:11494:HC23M5O35S1:S19.2E:22000:5101=27:5102=deu at 3,5103=mis at 3;51
> > 06=deu
> > @106:5104;5105=deu:0:10301:1:1019:0
> > 221 vdr2 closing connection
> > ===
> > vdr2-vdr:/home/vdr> svdrpsend lstc S19.2E-1-1019-10301-0
> > 220 vdr2 SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 17:30:30 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 1 Das Erste
> > HD;ARD:11494:HC23M5O35S1:S19.2E:22000:5101=27:5102=deu at 3,5103=mis at 3;51
> > 06=deu
> > @106:5104;5105=deu:0:10301:1:1019:0
> > 221 vdr2 closing connection
> > ===
> > IPTV:
> > ===
> > vdr2-vdr:/home/vdr> svdrpsend lstc 120
> > 220 vdr2 SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 17:13:16 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 120 Das Erste
> > HD;IPTV:110:S=0|P=0|F=UDP|U=239.35.10.1|A=10000:I:0:256=27:257=deu at 3;2
> > 58=AC3
> > @106:259:0:10301:1:10301:0
> > 221 vdr2 closing connection
> > ===
> > vdr2-vdr:/home/vdr> svdrpsend lstc I-1-10301-10301-0
> > 220 vdr2 SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 17:13:24 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 120 Das Erste
> > HD;IPTV:110:S=0|P=0|F=UDP|U=239.35.10.1|A=10000:I:0:256=27:257=deu at 3;2
> > 58=AC3
> > @106:259:0:10301:1:10301:0
> > 221 vdr2 closing connection
> > ===
> >
> > So SVDRP does work proberly here.
> >
> > I also read this RID hint to give channels a unique touch, but I think
> > it might be the better idea to find out correct SID, NID, TID for
> > these channels and leave RID=0. I needed to do this, to get the few
> > EPG info out of that streams. Luckily I had strong support by plugin's
> > author, Rolf Ahrenberg, thanks again for that here.
> >
> > In short do something like this, I did show my own example from above:
> >
> > ===
> > #/> /usr/bin/multicat -u -d 1620000000 @23.35.10.1:10000 ./dump.ts ===
> > Dump 1min of that stream, 8100000000=5min, 1620000000=1min,
> > 810000000=30sek === Check the dump:
> > ===
> > #/> dvbsnoop -s ts -if ./dump.ts -tssubdecode -hexdumpbuffer 0x12 |
> > grep -m1
> > -A8 Service_ID | grep _ID
> > ===
> > You will get something like this, that shows SID, NID and TID:
> > ===
> >   Service_ID: 10301 (0x283d)  [=  --> refers to PMT program_number]
> >   Transport_stream_ID: 10301 (0x283d)
> >   Original_network_ID: 1 (0x0001)  [= Astra Satellite Network 19,2-E |
> > Soci-t- Europ-enne des Satellites]
> > ===
> > ===
> > Kind regards
> > Frank
> >
> >> -----Original Message-----
> >> From: vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org [mailto:vdr-bounces at linuxtv.org] On
> >> Behalf Of Michael Frank
> >> Sent: Monday, August 19, 2013 4:52 PM
> >> To: VDR Mailing List
> >> Subject: [vdr] Channel IDs - DVB-C and IPTV
> >>
> > Hello,
> >
> > I have a VDR (2.0.2) setup with yaVDR's distribution using a Sundtek
> > stick to watch DVB-C. Additionally I want to add a part of a1tv
> > (Austrian IPTV) to the setup. While watching IPTV does not pose any
> > problems, getting the EPG into these IPTV-Channels does.
> >
> > a1tv does not provide EPG via the data stream so I added epgdata.com
> > service to the VDR. This again is working fine as far as the DVB-C
> > Channels are concerned. As for the IPTV it does not work at all.
> >
> > So, finally, here is the problem:
> >
> > In order to get EPG data into a channel one has to map a given
> > Channel- EPG-ID with VDR's Channel-ID. Unfortunately many channels of
> > a1tv provide the same Channel-ID on VDR. So I tried to modify the RID
> > of these channels to get a unique Channel-ID (as mentioned in the
> > manual files). Whem sending the EPG to VDR via PUTE the command does
> > not accept the RID-extended Channel-ID.
> >
> > Example for DVB-C (working):
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$ svdrpsend lstc 50
> > 220 htpc-vdr SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 16:41:33 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 50
> > HSE24;UPC:330000:C0M256:C:6900:4201=2:4211=deu at 3:4301:0:4012:1537:4:0
> > 221 htpc-vdr closing connection
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$ svdrpsend lstc C-1537-4-4012-0
> > 220 htpc-vdr SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 16:43:54 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 50
> > HSE24;UPC:330000:C0M256:C:6900:4201=2:4211=deu at 3:4301:0:4012:1537:4:0
> > 221 htpc-vdr closing connection
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$
> >
> > Example for IPTV:
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$ svdrpsend lstc 53
> > 220 htpc-vdr SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 16:45:19 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 250 53 SF 1 HD;A1 Telekom
> > Austria:8160:S=1|P=0|F=UDP|U=239.2.24.27|A=8208:I:27500:32=27:34=ola at 3
> > ;3
> > 3=deu at 106:41:0:1:0:0:17
> > 221 htpc-vdr closing connection
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$  svdrpsend lstc I-0-0-1-17
> > 220 htpc-vdr SVDRP VideoDiskRecorder 2.0.2; Mon Aug 19 16:46:35 2013;
> > UTF-8
> > 501 Channel "I-0-0-1-17" not defined
> > 221 htpc-vdr closing connection
> > someone at htpc-vdr:~$
> >
> > Is this a known SVDRP-problem or am I doing something essentially
> wrong?
> >
> > Kind regards
> > Michael
> >
> >>
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