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Re: Stream port change #21 mrvica

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 13:56

it is not that easy

https://github.com/E...ebif/issues/351

in some Images (SatdreamerGr, VTi) it is possible with extra binaries (streamproxy)



Re: Stream port change #22 anudanan

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 15:37

If you use uno4kse you can also stream also with transcoding and for transcoding you can change the port form 8002 to any other port value you want and the openwebif will use the configured port for streaming in the m3u file

 

Do you not have problems with interrupts while streaming directly without transcoding? Many people have problems with direct streaming over the internet because ot the latency and other paket loss problems.

 

I don´t now a methode to change the port for direct streaming. But with openpli you can use streamproxy not only for transcoding but also for direct streaming and for streamproxy you can change the port also for direct streaming, but openwebif doesn´t use this port

 

You can edit the /etc/enigma2/streamproxy.conf file for a new port for direct stream, but without openwebif support for the m3u file


Edited by anudanan, 8 November 2019 - 15:40.

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Re: Stream port change #23 Zolyma

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 15:49

My xxx port is open for a long time without problem.
And how can i search-and-replace from 8001 to something else for all(about 200 channels)?

Re: Stream port change #24 anudanan

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 15:55

I´ve had  a look to openwebif source files on github and there is a configparameter for openwebinterface for the port for direct streaming. This parameter is not in the GUI of openwebif but it will be used. The default value ist 8001 and then the parameter is not in the settings file of enigma

 

You can add these parameter

config.OpenWebif.streamport=port

to the /etc/enigma2/settings file and if you make also a direct stream port into the streamproxy.conf, you can the define the same port for openwebif to use it

 

Add for example these line

listen = 10400:stream

to the streamproxy.conf file and additional to 8001 the box makes a listen to port 8013 for direct stream

 

Then set the same value for openwebif in the settings file to the same value

config.OpenWebif.streamport=10400


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Re: Stream port change #25 anudanan

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 16:03

Sorry, misstake

Add for example these line

listen = 10400:stream

to the streamproxy.conf file and additional to 8001 the box makes a listen to port 10400 for direct stream


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Re: Stream port change #26 Zolyma

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 16:30

And what about:
Usr/lib/enigma2/phyton/plugins/System plugins/transcodingSetup/plugin.py
In that 17. Line?

Re: Stream port change #27 anudanan

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Posted 8 November 2019 - 16:51

That is the port for transcoding. As I wrote the port for transcoded streaming is configurabel with GUI for the listen port and for the use with openwebif. 

 

Only the direct stream  port you can´t change in enigma (as I know)


Edited by anudanan, 8 November 2019 - 16:55.

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