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gemx
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    1. ravenrocks
      ravenrocks
      Any chance of you compiling a new version of MPTVClient to work with latest 1.2.0 beta?
    2. windl
      windl
      Hi,
      mit Begeisterung habe ich Deine Software im Einsatz um auf den Mediaportal TV-Server zuzugreifen.
      Ich würde gerne auch eine Anwendung für Java implementieren, finde aber keine Schnittstellenbeschreibung für den TV-Server.
      Fragen wie - wie stellst Du den Connect her - wie schaltest Du die Programme um, woher bekommst Du die Fernsehsender aufgelistet, woher beziehst Du dei EPG-Daten - Timeshift starten und stoppen - alldies sind Fragen auf die ich keine Antwort finde.

      Es wäre schön, wenn Du mir dabei helfen könntest ein ähnliches Programm auch für Java ins Leben zu rufen.

      Vielen Dank für Deine Hilfe.

      cu Uwe
    3. RoadRunner08
      RoadRunner08
      Hallo Andreas,

      kannst du mir mitteilen, ob es eine Möglichkeit gibt die MoMoLight Hardware mit deinem Programm bzw. Plugin zu nutzen. Boblight und Epilight funktionieren leider gar nicht mit Aero und ohne Aero läuft Mediaportal TV ja leider nicht so klasse.

      Beste Grüße
    4. riksmith
      riksmith
      Removed, should be PM
    5. hkjensen
      hkjensen
    6. neo333
      neo333
      Hello,
      I have one skystar2, the passage from a chaine to the other one is slow, you could say to me if you have the same thing(matter) and which drivers use you.

      Cordially.
    7. tnetwork
      tnetwork
      Hallo Andreas,

      hab herausgefunden, dass dieser Timer den stream stoppt, wenn der external Player nicht läuft-->jetzt funktioniert es immerhin schonmal ruckelig...

      Gruß,
      Torsten
    8. mrstef
      mrstef
      Hi gemx! I still have issues as we discussed in thread https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/1-0-rc1-svn-builds-271/random-channel-scan-crashes-missing-channels-39139/index3.html . You fixed the crash problem, but the problem that sometimes not all channels are found, is still there.

      Now, I have installed the build environment and built my first versions of tswriter.ax with some more debug printouts in it. I will try to debug what goes wrong, but I was wondering if you could give me a quick code guide. I have found the PAT/PMT/NIT parsers in tswriter, and will try to setup so that I can debug directly with VS. I am also vaguely familiar with the process of scanning (get PAT by requesting PID 0, then get list of PID:s by parsing PAT, then request PMT for each PID etc).

      But if you could hint me on good breakpoints, or some code flow overview or similar, it would be appreciated. Is there any documentation avaialble?

      Also, I think it would be good to enable to GraphEdit hook also for the scanning graph so that it is possible to attach graphedit to it and check how it looks. (This works for playback graph only as it seems).

      Best Regards

      Stefan Nilsson
    9. mcraenz
      mcraenz
      Hey gemx,

      I've submitted a patch for this problem I reported. (Recorded TV uses MyVideos codecs). If you can take a wee peak when you've got a minute :)

      Cheers,
      mcraenz
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