[dev] CetonTV+HDHomeRun - Watch TV on XBMC (WIN/OSX) - Printable Version
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[dev] CetonTV+HDHomeRun - Watch TV on XBMC (WIN/OSX) - mcheng89 - 2012-01-14 04:42
tv::server - v0.5.12 - Last updated: 4/25/2013
Download + Install:
Read the Install.txt file to set up the plugin.
NOTE: I'm having issues with audio transcoding on VLC 2.0.6
Download v0.5.12 - WINDOWS: http://www.mediafire.com/?2nd2786q511m8eb
Download v0.5.11 - OSX: http://www.mediafire.com/?v1n2y1n6w4i3k41
Download pvr.tvserver source: http://www.mediafire.com/?624fgs5dc69jvhw
v0.5.12 - Server Release - 4/25/2013
* Add redirect option for hls streams
* Switch audio codec from mp3 to aac
* Fixed status page issue with adding devices
v0.5.11 - OSX Release - 4/22/2013
* Fixed memory leak on epg update
* Fixed unclosed handles on vlc plugin
* PVR plugin auth fix
* Initial Enigma2 support (buggy)
* Channel groups support (for Enigma2)
* Fix shutdown for hdhomerun http tuners
* OSX support
* Minor improvements to vlc startup
* Fix flash scaling for web interface
v0.5.10 - Rewrite Release - 4/6/2013
* Fixed tuner selection if only one tuner is enabled - #2
* Fixed deadlock if force stop is used on a stream
v0.5.9 - Rewrite Release - 4/4/2013
* Clean up plex plugin
- Added server port and transcode settings to preferences
* Reload tuner status on force stop in status page
* Easier application setup
- vlc plugin does not need to be copied into vlc folder anymore
- Autodetect vlc folder path
View full changelog in CHANGELOG.txt
Complete list of HTTP calls are in the file: API.Readme.txt
Thanks to Jason102 for the permission to release this plugin!
This project uses a modified version of PseudoTV.
Link to PseudoTV: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=90738
Thanks to europorsche914 for his help developing the program!
Thanks to uspino and gman3042 for their help testing!
What you need:
What it can do:
europorsche914 Wrote:How to create a custom channel list for cetonTV
- Diventus - 2012-01-16 00:13
Thanks to you and Jason for this, I am looking forward to trying it out with the Ceton 4 card tuner.
Has this been tested with different cable providers' M-Cards?
Is Ubuntu recommended over Windows for the build?
- mcheng89 - 2012-01-16 05:52
Diventus Wrote:Thanks to you and Jason for this, I am looking forward to trying it out with the Ceton 4 card tuner.
For the M-Card, I tested it on Fios, but I'm pretty sure it should work with other providers. Let me know if you have any problems
The server software is currently only on Windows. I'll work on other OSes after I finish what I want to do in my todo list, but the XBMC plugin should work on any OS.
Diventus Wrote:I assume you can get your premium channels (though obviously no Ondemand without 2-way support).
I can pretty much watch all my channels.
Recording is not possible as of right now.
- Diventus - 2012-01-18 06:52
Have you tried the Ceton card with a VDR server on an XBMC PVR machine [XVDR PLUGIN]?
I know it works with DVB, would porting it to the Ceton card be similar to the PseudoTV route?
I'm working on adding Video capture + IR for an ondemand STB, it'll need a new menu selection though and control.
Can you switch between tuners?
- mcheng89 - 2012-01-20 04:08
Diventus Wrote:Have you tried the Ceton card with a VDR server on an XBMC PVR machine [XVDR PLUGIN]?
Did you want to use the VDR server for the purpose of recording, or did you just want to use the Ceton with XBMC PVR?
I'm going to start work on multiple tuners, but for now you can run multiple instances of the server for each tuner.
- htpc guy - 2012-01-20 05:58
I see this requires cable card support. I have Uverse, which is IPTV (read Not Cable). Is there any chance on getting this to work with Uverse in the future? AFAIK AT&T encrypts the data on there lines. I'm just trying to wrap my head around how I can get tv from Uverse into XBMC. Any clues on what I would need?
Sorry to sidetrack the thread. This addon looks fantastic and I would like to take it for a spin. Just need the right hardware and information. Feel free to PM me w/ a reply rather than sidetracking this thread any more.
- Diventus - 2012-01-20 15:02
I want to record the cable feed, and set recordings a-la Comcast via EPG
VDR offers tuning, recording & EPG with satellite dvb cards.
It may be more work to get VDR cable compatible, than it is to develop PseudoTV for multi stream, EPG and record. I wondered if you or anyone else had tried getting XVDR to play with the Ceton?
Thanks again for your work on the PseudoTV, I'm looking forward to trying it out and discussing how Comcast interfaces.
- Diventus - 2012-01-20 15:11
htpc guy Wrote:I see this requires cable card support. I have Uverse, which is IPTV (read Not Cable). Is there any chance on getting this to work with Uverse in the future? AFAIK AT&T encrypts the data on there lines. I'm just trying to wrap my head around how I can get tv from Uverse into XBMC. Any clues on what I would need?
UVerse IPTV doesn't use a tuner like cable, so you'd need a video capture card with IR control for the STB, similar to what I am using for Comcast Ondemand. This is a video feed though and is messy - no EPG data or channel control within XBMC. Check this thread for more discussion on the topic.
- mcheng89 - 2012-01-22 20:13
Diventus Wrote:I want to record the cable feed, and set recordings a-la Comcast via EPG
It looks like the VDR server is only supported on linux. It would probably be more work to get it working on Windows, than finishing up my app (since I'm working with Windows right now).
Unable to connect to remoteceton server - ashwinreddy - 2012-01-25 04:42
I have installed Ceton card on PC, and tested with Windows Media Center.
And then I installed XBMC on the same computer.
Downloaded your code and installed as per instructions (VLC- remoteVLC plugin), remoteCeton server etc.
Started the remoteceton server (I thinking this is where I have the problem) And it seems to start but says .......
remote ceton Tuner: Invalid Channel... Stopping streams
And when I try to connect from XBMC,,, it says cannot connect to remoteceton.
Are they any conflicts if Windows Media Center is also running.