>Iptv plugin uses VLC to transcode only the stream being currently
>received so there really should not be any CPU power wasted on
>transcoding inactive streams.

well, then i misunderstood the whole thing. i thought that the user has to make 
the stream ready and iptv will use it. at least thats how i understand your 
explaination on your website. so iptv  opens vlc to transcode the stream as 
soon as i tune to the stream channel and stops with transcoding as soon as i 
leave the stream channel?

>In other words a simple "video on demand" system should already be in
>place. At least I can add multiple streams to the channel list and only
>the active one is being transcoded. Have you experienced different behavior?

to be honest, i did not make that many tests. i just tryed to prepare my vdr 
for this new streaming possibility. maybe i should focus on reading your new 

anyway, i dont need rtsp support if multiple windows media streams will work on 
demand. i hope i got it right.

Jan Segers

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