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Old 08-11-2015, 03:20 PM
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Support for IPTV and chromecast

How complex to implement both of 2 features?

This will allows 2 things to use google chromecast and tvheadend
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IPTV support is already in SageTV...there's been a MulticastCaptureDevice class for a long time. BUT it only supports unencrypted content of course.

For Chromecast...it won't really work because it doesn't support MPEG2 video....it only supports H264/VP8 codecs.
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:27 PM
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IPTV support is already in SageTV...there's been a MulticastCaptureDevice class for a long time. BUT it only supports unencrypted content of course.

For Chromecast...it won't really work because it doesn't support MPEG2 video....it only supports H264/VP8 codecs.
Thank you for the answer.

Could you please provide example how to setup m3u iptv channel list?https://github.com/Cigaras/IPTV.bund...s/playlist.m3u
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Well...that's not the type of IPTV I was referring to.

With what you reference..it doesn't support that directly, but you can probably extract elements from that one by one and get them integrated into the online video section I think. I don't recall exactly how that was all setup anymore.
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IPTV support is already in SageTV...there's been a MulticastCaptureDevice class for a long time. BUT it only supports unencrypted content of course.
I would use something like dvblast or mumudvb to stream many channels to Sagetv. How to ? I searched but nothing found :-(
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I would use something like dvblast or mumudvb to stream many channels to Sagetv. How to ? I searched but nothing found :-(
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It's not documented anywhere because it was never used outside of commercial customers. The one in the open source code will just receive from multicast addresses...it won't do anything regarding communicating with those other apps to actually coordinate sending of them though, so it's likely not useful for that kind of application.
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For Chromecast...it won't really work because it doesn't support MPEG2 video....it only supports H264/VP8 codecs.
I thought you might recommend that the unused HLS server in SageTV v9 might be used for Chromecast support.
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I thought you might recommend that the unused HLS server in SageTV v9 might be used for Chromecast support.
That's possible.
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It's not documented anywhere because it was never used outside of commercial customers. The one in the open source code will just receive from multicast addresses...it won't do anything regarding communicating with those other apps to actually coordinate sending of them though, so it's likely not useful for that kind of application.
Perhaps, OpenDCT works with mumudvb ?
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Perhaps, OpenDCT works with mumudvb ?
OpenDCT will not do playlists or HLS. It's in the release notes for "Generic HTTP" support. It currently only supports streams that are MPEG2-TS, so if the links within that file point to a TS source, you could create a capture device for each link.
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OpenDCT will not do playlists or HLS. It's in the release notes for "Generic HTTP" support. It currently only supports streams that are MPEG2-TS, so if the links within that file point to a TS source, you could create a capture device for each link.
Ok, but how do create a capture device for each link ?
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You can adapt the directions from this post under the header Tuning a Channel (OpenDCT IPTV HDMI Encoder). You would just plug in the URL from the playlist and leave the tuning_executable and stopping_executable properties blank.
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IPTV support is already in SageTV...there's been a MulticastCaptureDevice class for a long time. BUT it only supports unencrypted content of course.

For Chromecast...it won't really work because it doesn't support MPEG2 video....it only supports H264/VP8 codecs.
Anybody has any ideas about how to use the MulticastCaptureDevice mentioned in Jeff's comment? I do have a Technicolor COM2000 tuner at the lab that outputs multicast (unencrypted) transport streams that I want to integrate with SageTV.

(I just got it working with OpenDCT, however, if there is already a builtin device for that specific purpose, it would be nice to use directly).

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