2008/4/29 Steffen Barszus <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > Teemu Suikki schrieb: > > > Has anyone written a direct UPnP/DLNA plugin, to stream out VDR > > recordings and live TV to PS3 or XBOX 360? > > > no something like that doesnt exist. I have used a cron to fetch the m3u > of the channels list onto harddisc and mediatomb to serve it with upnp > to my tg100. To my knowledge they are supporting PS3 and the latest > version is also supporting transcoding - so this seems to be a good > start. Missing is a recording list which can be done with some sort of > hack with the streamdev plugin as well (greating a file with the urls > for recordings and streamdev externremox to serve the files.
I tried loading streamdev urls like http://vdr:3000/TS/3 with PS3 browser.. It does understand that it's some sort of stream, but I think it mistakes it as mp3 audio for some reason. Perhaps it would help if the url would end with .mpg or something. So a playlist doesn't help here, because ps3 can't open the stream itself.. > > IMHO this would be a logical extension to the streamdev plugin. :) > > > see above - yes. This and the possibility to have some notification > between mediatomb and streamdev-server this would be really nice. I'm not switching to mediatomb now that I have spend days to get Fuppes working. :) Anyway, with Fuppes I can play any video file with PS3. Anyway, if I use "wget http://127.0.0.1:3000/TS/3" to get a few MB of data and save that as "test.mpg", ps3 will show it just fine. So the format itself is just fine, I just can't get it streaming.. I'll probably try to get direct http stream support in fuppes, that should do the trick. :) -- Teemu Suikki http://www.z-power.fi/ _______________________________________________ vdr mailing list email@example.com http://www.linuxtv.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/vdr