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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #21 WanWizard

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Posted 22 April 2017 - 17:45

My attempt was from a VU+ Duo2. I can't receive 13E here, so I can't test other boxes.


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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #22 blzr

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Posted 22 April 2017 - 19:27

it is box specific openwebif issue, that affects et1000 and hd2400
https://github.com/E...beed75b71f9a5f7
https://github.com/E...beed75b71f9a5f7
 
if machinebuild in ('inihdp', 'hd2400', 'et10000'):
		transcoder_port = 8001
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# When you use EXTVLCOPT:program in a transcoded stream, VLC does not play stream
	if config.OpenWebif.service_name_for_stream.value and sRef != '' and portNumber != transcoder_port:
		progopt="%s#EXTVLCOPT:program=%d\n" % (progopt, int(sRef.split(':')[3],16))
so this extra vlc option (necessary for streaming channels with shared pmt) is not beeing added for stream from these boxes because openwebif wrongly assumes that every stream from port 8001 is always transcoded...






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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #23 WanWizard

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Posted 22 April 2017 - 19:32

Since when is 8001 the transcoder poort? That is a very stupid bit of hardcoding...


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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #24 jpuigs

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Posted 22 April 2017 - 22:49

In my ET10K the streaming port is always 8001, transcoded or not. I have not modified it.

If I go to openwebif -> Settings -> Transcoding setup, and I change 8001 to another one, then transcoding doesn't work. it always looks for port 8001


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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #25 Erik Slagter

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 09:05

The et10k and hd2400 can also transcode (native) from 8001. But also on 8002 using the streamproxy.


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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #26 Robinson

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 12:29

In my ET10K the streaming port is always 8001, transcoded or not. I have not modified it.

If I go to openwebif -> Settings -> Transcoding setup, and I change 8001 to another one, then transcoding doesn't work. it always looks for port 8001

Are you sure that what you get is indeed a transcoded stream? Can you please check video size and bitrate of such stream?

I think it could actually be a simple stream.


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Re: problem streaming polish 13 east FTA channels #27 jpuigs

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 18:14

Yes, it's transcoded.

It's easy to check.  I set the transcoding video size to 720, and I stream a SD (720x576) channel.

I get an 1280x720 stream.


Edited by jpuigs, 23 April 2017 - 18:15.

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