actually, this feature is about to come. Essentially, it was planned to
map channels from different sources - i.e. cable, sat or terrestrial -
to a single item. This cannot be done automatically or if so, only by
reading the channel names.
Because DLNA requires media servers to support at least MPEG-TS and
MPEG-PS, minidlna should support TS-streaming. Was it working with
LiveTV and the plugin on your XBox? This would be good to know for me.
I wish I had the skills to help you with the programming but bash and
a bit of C is all I can manage.
Perhaps it would be simpler (and achieve the same end) if you
implement a feature the plugin can read
an alternative to channels.conf . This way in my case for example I
would copy and paste a few essential channels and let the plugin load
no way I can let it loose on a channels.conf with more than 1000
About vdr recordings...
FUPPES chokes on my vdr folder, so does not seem to be .TS friendly
Anybody knows if minidlna supports streaming .TS files ?
I guess I will find out in a few hours anyways...
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2010 15:00:40 +0100
From: Denis Loh <denis....@web.de <mailto:denis....@web.de>>
Subject: Re: [vdr] VDR 1.7.x, FUPPES and an xbox 360 client
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I feel sorry, that you were facing so many problems with the plugin.
Actually, it is still very bugous and will take some time to fix them. If
you are a programmer, feel free to help me improving it.
I will consider your idea to include a discard-all-but channel listing
feature. Recordings (except H.264) are supported yet in version
Back to FUPPES: I haven't ever used FUPPES, so I just can say that this
should work. But I am not sure. Try it and you will "see".
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