Analog radio - feedback pipe after channel change

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    I have the problem that on the client after changing a radio channel I get a pip tone like a feedback...
    Is that a problem of the transport format?
    On server configuration preview all is right!

    Any sugestions welcome


     
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    Is that the same configuration for radio and tv?
     
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    Hi again

    Yes.

    Okay. Could you please provide logs. Follow the procedure here for reproducible problems:

    http://wiki.team-mediaportal.com/Forum/How_to_post_logs

    Open MP with the watchdog tool as described, then do 1 or 2 FM radio changes, then close MP and post the logs as described.

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    OK debug file attached
     
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    Ahhh, okay. So you have a multiseat/client-server setup.

    It looks like the problem is in TsReader. Possibly something related to this:
    I would need to see the tv.log from the server to comment further.

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    OK - attached
     
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    Hmmm, it is strange. A 404 error in the TsReader suggests that the client is looking at the wrong URL or that the server is not hosting the stream. However I can't see any problems on the server side.

    I'm sorry but this is not really my area of expertise, and I'm not able to test because I don't have I client server setup (I do have analog FM tuners though). All that I can really suggest is to try using UNC paths to avoid what appear to be network related issues.

    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/tvplugin-avoiding-rtsp-in-multiseat-mode-test-plz.36735/

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