HOW-TO stream Live-TV from PC with DVB-S - Printable Version
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HOW-TO stream Live-TV from PC with DVB-S - cyber4o - 2004-02-19 16:33
here is a small tutorial of how to watch satellite channels from a dvb card on your xbox.
first of all you need a dvb card propertly installed in your computer as well as it works with my theater software
i'll use this site for the things you need: http://www.your-offers.net/
of course these files can be found all over the net.
i use this version mytheatre ver. 2.76 but it works with any other.
1.download my theater and make it work so you can see the channels on your pc.
2.download this plugin avbroadcast 0.11
3.put the .dll file in the plugins subdir of my theater and restart it
4.press ctrl+alt+b and enable xns server
5.configure you xbox to the ip of your pc and port 1400
- for me it worked best with last xbmc cvs build from 12.2.2004
- for streaming other files from pc's hdd use smb !
6.go in your xns in videos in xbmc and you should be able to see one .mpg file with size of 0.1k
7.run it and watch
i want to say my big thanks to the guy that made this plugin for my theater, i was looking long time for something like this and only found tsreader witch is not free and cannot decode channels using yankse plugin...
feature needs in this plugin:
1.to be able to control the channels from the xbox.
2.to be able to stream the whole transponder, so you can watch all the channels on it.
3.may be to become a standalone program using only dvbcore, just for sreaming, not to watch on pc.
if these features come true, the xbox will become partly a dreambox satellite reciever witch will make it even more useful then ever.
- dialanothernumb - 2004-02-20 12:27
doesn't look at first sight like mytheater supports dvb-t cards such as the nebula digitv card.. only dvb-s
is that a correct assumption?
thanks for sharing this, cyber4o
- cyber4o - 2004-02-20 13:51
my theater is based on dvbcore and as they say it supports only these cards: ss1, ss2, twinhan vp-1020, vp1030, prolink pixelview dtv2000, dtv3000, powercolor dstv, provideo pv-911, vvmer technology tv@sat, tv@sat-ci
you can try to run this plugin on programs like progdvb or multidec but i'm not sure you will succeed...
what program do you use for running your dvb-t ?
- dialanothernumb - 2004-02-20 20:41
(cyber4o @ feb. 20 2004,11:51 Wrote:unforunatly yes,it's a nebula digitv pci card and comes with it's own software... very good compared to the hauppauge cards website here
- cyber4o - 2004-02-20 21:21
i couldn't find it...
but if the card is initialized by my theater, the only thing you need to do is to change your lnb settings, because for terrestrial the frequency is much lower and to try to scan some channels.
- tamper - 2004-02-21 12:29
excuse my ignorance of dvb cards, but i'm really interested in this.
can this setup be used to watch sky digital channels (i.e. the uk satellite broadcaster)? would this require the dvb card to have a conditional access module (cam) to take the sky card, or does the software take care of the decryption (in a dubiously legal but morally acceptable way)?
- cyber4o - 2004-02-21 20:09
well this is not a dvb forum, but i'll give you a hint. you can watch sky uk with original card, phoenix interface and a nds plugin
- Fredynight - 2004-02-26 03:39
(cyber4o @ feb. 19 2004,14:33 Wrote:i want to say my big thanks to the guy that made this plugin for my theater, i was looking long time for something like this and only found tsreader witch is not free and cannot decode channels using yankse plugin...yes it can decode chanel, same way as mytheater. also a little more stable in streaming then mt xns pluging.
but limited card can work with it.
- cyber4o - 2004-02-27 00:39
"dvbviewer is much better, and without problems like in mytheatre" - micko
- cyber4o - 2004-03-17 18:45
there is a new version of the plugin here: