> Streamimg to Popcornhour is practically O.K. (without image failure), > but sometimes popcornhour freezes and hard restart is needed. > And sometimes it takes a long time at buffering (between select channel and start playing).
On my DVB-C x2 setup I see that I cannot stream, but this is because I don't have resources available for decrypting HD-streams for live streaming. Usually video start with small (3-5s) delay, and you can see it when PCH displays what audio track it is going to play. But I've never had my device locked up (A100) with streamdev. Just this 'unavailable' channel so it is trying to buffer, then after 20s returns to menu. Perhaps streamdev should be able to announce if it cannot get the requested stream by sending pre-rendered MPEG-clip with "channel unavailable because of resources". > I want to ask you about some additional patches for streamdev or some advices for solve this issues. I think you should capture streams with WGET to your VDR disk, try to play them with PCH, and if you see a failure, then run it with tsdoctor (runs with wine) and communicate it with vdr-streamdev author Frank. He was very helpfull on generating PCH patches 1-5 to streamdev, I just tested those on my setup. - Jori
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