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#1 samsamsam

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Posted 13 June 2015 - 14:04

Start thread requested by @ian1095.



Re: IPTV Player - development thread #2 samsamsam

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Posted 13 June 2015 - 20:30

Main git repository:

https://gitlab.com/i.../commits/master



Re: IPTV Player - development thread #3 Persian Prince

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Posted 14 June 2015 - 05:18

My suggestion to you : use GitHub ;)



Re: IPTV Player - development thread #4 samsamsam

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Posted 14 June 2015 - 09:44

But why?



Re: IPTV Player - development thread #5 Persian Prince

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Posted 15 June 2015 - 04:56

Take a look at https://github.com/O...tvplayer-for-e2

 

It's a copy of your git

 

Others :

 


Edited by Persian Prince, 15 June 2015 - 04:57.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #6 samsamsam

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Posted 15 June 2015 - 08:02

I still do not understand.I should move repo to github because others who cloned it use github?



Re: IPTV Player - development thread #7 Persian Prince

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Posted 15 June 2015 - 10:05

I still do not understand.I should move repo to github because others who cloned it use github?

 

Because everybody could read it easily, Contribute easily and for a better future

 

See how many people are moving to github

 

copy or clone a repo is easy and doesn't need github


Edited by Persian Prince, 15 June 2015 - 10:05.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #8 samsamsam

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Posted 15 June 2015 - 13:43

If I will have at least one pull request from repo from another user I will think about this.

Because so far no one outside of project wants to commit some changes to it.

 

Do you agree with me?


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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #9 Persian Prince

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 07:46

When you use GitHub it's more possible to receive merge requests ;)

 

For example I sent some merge requests to GitHub repos (OE-A, E2OpenPlugins, ...) because they're using GitHub and just for your information I don't use them directly but when I see a GitHub repo I know it's easy to contribute

 

Contribution is really important but when you don't use a proper git systems you won't receive merge requests or it will be less than GitHub trust me

 

PLi won't use GitHub (which I don't know why, maybe they don't care about contributions or maybe what they have now is enough) and sourceforge sucks (that's a fact) so I stopped sending merge requests to PLi's SF, believe me it's not just me and the worst part is they're doing this to themselves

 

I know this for sure that when somebody see your git and it's something rather than GitHub they probably won't bother to send you merge requests

 

Maybe I contribute to your project maybe not, I'm just trying to convince you to see the bright future now


Edited by Persian Prince, 16 June 2015 - 07:48.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #10 Persian Prince

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 07:56

Don't get me wrong here

 

PLi team is the best enigma2 team, It's a fact and all of us are using PLi's enigma2 so nobody could deny such a thing but I think they can't deny that they're using the worst git system among enigma2 teams also

 

PLi has the best C coders (maybe not best python coders) and the coding part is just great but the way that they're managing sources (sourceforge) is ... what should I say ? ;)


Edited by Persian Prince, 16 June 2015 - 07:57.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #11 WanWizard

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 09:23

PLi won't use GitHub ...

 

Who says that? Where did you get this wisdom from?

 

It is something being looked at, but not that simple to switch, since SourceForge also provides a lot of other services the we need to find a solution for when we move.


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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #12 gorski

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 12:05

Back to the topic...

 

A small test on XP1000 (the same as as Octagon SF8), PBNIGMA v. 5, updated today.

 

Streaming via IPTV Player (65.02.02.01), Internal player, no buffering > FilmOn > UK Live TV,

 

LOW BITRATE quick test:

-BBC 1, 2, ITV - all OK

 

HIGH BITRATE quick test:

-Channel 4, 5, ITV 2 - all OK

 

More l8r, when I get the time... And time is the issue here, possibly, since one would need to test it a bit longer, to see esp. high bitrate streaming at work...

 

But - it works, in this, relatively weak, single core mipsel processor (overclocked to 600MHz)...

 

I noticed that after a show the stream stops and one must restart it: is this by design?

 

Btw, the TV images below have been made at HIGH BITRATE (second test = OK!).

 

P.S. In Alien2 with last AR-P it also works, via ffmpeg. But more tests are needed.

 

Why? Like Ian, I had similar experiences. But I must update first and then...

 

========================EDIT======================

 

I just had a few stops out of the blue. It just stops...

 

Oh, all on fIbre optics, 30MB/sec

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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #13 samsamsam

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 14:41

So, you decided to test playback with external eplayer3 based on ffmpeg?

 

 

I noticed that after a show the stream stops and one must restart it: is this by design?

 

 

When you use internal or system player such behavior depends on your Enigma2.

 

Is this behavior  can be obserwed on Alien2  with external player?


Edited by samsamsam, 16 June 2015 - 14:42.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #14 samsamsam

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 14:51

Don't get me wrong here

 

PLi team is the best enigma2 team, It's a fact and all of us are using PLi's enigma2 so nobody could deny such a thing but I think they can't deny that they're using the worst git system among enigma2 teams also

 

PLi has the best C coders (maybe not best python coders) and the coding part is just great but the way that they're managing sources (sourceforge) is ... what should I say ? ;)

I do not see big difference between github and gitlab.
I have some infrastructure which is based on gitlab already.
And, I do not understand what problem you have. Clone project using uri gitlab is exacly the same as from github.


Re: IPTV Player - development thread #15 samsamsam

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 14:59

subtitles.org downloader has been added to external movie player. Press blue button and download subtitles for watching a movie :)
 
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                                                       subtitles.org in IPTVPlayer
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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #16 samsamsam

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Posted 16 June 2015 - 15:00

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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #17 samsamsam

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Posted 20 June 2015 - 22:38

In version "65.03.00.01":
New functionalities have been added to the external movie player:
- under blue key:
    * remember downloaded subtitles
    * easy switch between subtitles tracks
    * manual synchronization subtitles
- under red key:
    * changing video aspect ratio
    
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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #18 samsamsam

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Posted 21 June 2015 - 01:17

In version "65.04.00.00":
- External movie player: 
    * added possibility to load existing subtitles from a hdd
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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #19 samsamsam

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Posted 5 July 2015 - 21:49

In version "67.00.01.00":
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BUTTON "Info"
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Re: IPTV Player - development thread #20 samsamsam

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Posted 5 July 2015 - 21:49

In version "68.00.00.00":
- added laola1.tv
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