> > > > Congratulations on the
> > release of VDR-2.0.0.
> > > >
> > > > I'm finding plugins streamdev, xvdr and vnsi
> > fail
> > > to stream live TV and radio. Is this to be
> > with
> > > VDR-2.0.0 until plugin developers can catch up?
> > >
> > > No, at least streamdev and vnsi have both been
> > fine
> > > for me.
> > OK Thanks.
> > It might yet be something I'm doing wrong. I'll dig
> Nope I definitely cannot get streamdev to stream. I tried to
> stream to VLC using any of the URLs on the localhost:3000
> webpage without success.
> VDR syslog extract:
> Apr 3 22:17:23 bob vdr:  Streamdev: Accepted
> new client (HTTP) 192.168.1.104:56251
> Apr 3 22:17:23 bob vdr:  streamdev-livestreaming
> thread started (pid=30557, tid=8832, prio=high)
> Apr 3 22:17:23 bob vdr:  streamdev-writer thread
> started (pid=30557, tid=8831, prio=high)
> VLC log (last few lines only):
> access_http debug: http: server='bob' port=3000
> main debug: net: connecting to bob port 3000
> main debug: connection succeeded (socket = 23)
> access_http debug: protocol 'HTTP' answer code 200
> access_http debug: Content-Type: audio/mpeg
> access_http debug: Connection: close
> access_http debug: Pragma: no-cache
> main debug: using access module "access_http"
> main debug: TIMER module_need() : 78.455 ms - Total 78.455
> ms / 1 intvls (Avg 78.455 ms)
> main debug: Using stream method for AStream*
> main debug: starting pre-buffering
> Can anyone suggest how I can investigate this further?
This is getting stranger. I have installed the xineliboutput plugin which
appears to mostly work OK except there is no live TV, only the "no signal"
picture is displayed.
There is a common thread here, all of these plugins fail to stream live TV or
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