How to configure Anysee N7 tuner in MediaPortan tv server (1 Viewer)

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Hi I installed MediaPortal TV server but fail to configure my Anysee N7 tuner into the server.

I tried the DVB-IP MediaPortal IPTV Source filter section but this has only predefined IPTV sources of different countries, so don't know how to enter my N7 as IP-TV source.

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    Hello Ronimo

    You can add an m3u playlist to the tuning details directory.
    1. Open TV Server configuration.
    2. Click "open log directory" in the top left corner.
    3. Go up one directory.
    4. You should see a TuningParameters folder. Enter that folder.
    5. You should see a dvbip folder. Enter that folder.
    6. Put your playlist in there.
    7. Restart TV Server configuration.
    8. Go to the DVB-IP scanning section.
    9. Your playlist should now be available as a scan provider/source.

    m3u files can be created/edited in any text editor (notepad, wordpad etc.).

    mm
     

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    mm, thanks a lot. That helped a lot. I now see the playlist as provider source but when I scan it doesn't find the channels. It goes through the list, takes about 10 seconds per channel and says "No Signal".

    I troed opening exactly the same m3u file with VLC and that does work, so the m3u file seems to be ok.

    Do I need to set some other settings in the TV server configuration ?

    Ronimo
     

    Ronimo

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    mm thanks, below part of the m3u file

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:0,1(cab)._ÈÈn
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0001
    #EXTINF:0,2(cab)._Ketnet_Canvas
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0002
    #EXTINF:0,3(cab)._vtm_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0003
    #EXTINF:0,4(cab)._2BE_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0004
    #EXTINF:0,34(cab)._vtmKzoom_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0005
    #EXTINF:0,105(cab)._VOX_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0006
    #EXTINF:0,121(cab)._JIM_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0007
    #EXTINF:0,181(cab)._KanaalZ_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0008
    #EXTINF:0,186(cab)._Bloomberg_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0009
    #EXTINF:0,265(cab)._MBC_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0010
    #EXTINF:0,266(cab)._TVP_Polonia_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0011
    #EXTINF:0,267(cab)._ERT_World_$
    http://10.0.1.50:8080/chlist/0012
    #EXTINF:0,268(cab)._RTPi_$
     

    mm1352000

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    Hello again

    Okay, yes - with HTTP URLs you definitely need the new version of the DVB-IP/IPTV filter.
    Please try and install that filter (there are instructions in the first post of the thread) and see if it helps.

    mm
     

    Ronimo

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    Thanks, will try that, found out in the meantime N7 should support udp stream as well. When adding udp m3u file to media portal it does detect a channel, but only 1, so I don't get all channels.

    My udp m3u file looks as follows

    #EXTM3U
    udp://@10.0.1.22:9982

    I will try the DVB-IP filter this weekend and let you know if that worked.
    Thanks
     

    Ronimo

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    mm, I'm close. it seems to scan now but don't seem to get image in MP. So must be something wrong still with the m3u format.

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:0,20._VIJF_$
    udp://@10.0.1.22:9982
    #EXTINF:0,25._VIER_$
    udp://@10.0.1.22:9982
    #EXTINF:0,157._één_HD
    udp://@10.0.1.22:9982
     

    mm1352000

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    So must be something wrong still with the m3u format.
    I don't think so.
    If the channels are created - in other words, if you can see the TV channels in the "TV Channels" section - then the m3u format is okay.

    I think the problem is that you're using the same URL for each channel.
    Does the UDP URL include the streams for all channels?
     

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