DVB-IP m3u direct channels import with ignoring SID or PID

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    My IPTV provider often change m3u list and sid/pid without changing url of stream. After that in IPTVPlayer or VLC channel work fine, but in TVServer need rescan channels. Scanning take long time and deleted channels left in MP database. Is exits solution which import channels from m3u direct to database and ignoring sid/pid like IPTVPlayer?
    (ignoring sid/pid patch was for MP 1.2.1 but for 1.3 i can't find it)


     
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    Code (Text):
    1. C:|url=udp://233.10.12.1:7777|SidValue=10|PidValue=50
    not same. In this case i need to know sid and pid for manual filling urls in database. Your previous patch for MP 1.2.1 witch can handle sid = 0 and pid = 0 is better solution.
     
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    I rebuild MP TV Server 1.3.0 with early posted patch for MP 1.2.1 and add posibility to fast scan channels with ignoring SID and PID. When "Enable channel movement detection" and "Don't scan service and program IDs" both enabled movement was detected by channel name.
     

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