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    is there any code which is ready for merging?
     
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    in testing at home
    the seek on channel change, work great !
     
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    I'm still doing a bit of work to optimise my recent changes to StreamingServer (so expect a new binary today/tomorrow).

    I think the new TsReader code is well proven now, so I'd be happy to put that forward for an MP pre-release. The same situation for TsWriter.

    The new LIve555 code (from mm's branch) seems to be working fine, but I'd like an OK/approval from @mm1352000 before putting that forward - any thoughts mm ?
     
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    using it over the weekend, none bad effect appear during tv watching.
    the effect from live555 upgrade is gone now.
    i can see few time : 1 channel zap on 10. the last picture from the previous channel after zapping.
     
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    in test sicne yesterday. seems work perfectly
    none freeze
    none slowdown
    the zapping delay is correct for me. same as before
     
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    Just exchanged the files on my 1.14 setup and changed setings from using UNC to RTSP.

    I can't yet say much about the ocasional short pauses that I have been experiencing in the past, however, the time to change channels is quite long: ~8 sec for encrypted to encrypted and ~5 sec for FTA to FTA (all on different transponders). I have no feeling for what would be normal but I recall that UNC was always giving me much quicker channel changes than RTSP.
     
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    That is what most people find, as far as I know.

    Thanks for the testing :)
     
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    My pleasure.

    Actually I have been struggling with occasional TV interruptions while using UNC. The system behaves as if someone was pressing Pause: TV stops for a short time and then continues without losses in sound. This can be very short or may last several seconds. I never had the time to systematically analyze this. Now I am curious if your latest files under RTSP are improving things.
     
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