TV Server dies when trying to scan for rtsp IP Channels | Page 2

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  1. clarkey2r

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    Hi

    I've completed the steps above but when scanning the channel the TV server config windows crashes. I've noticed that I don't get the extra options under 'plugin' as pictured here.

     
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    Clear all tv server logs, try again (it will crash) and post logs. TV plugin is not installed on clients. But you can copy tv plugin DLL file from MediaPortalUrlSourceSplitter2.1.7.5510.mpe1 file. Just change extension to zip, unpack and from Installer{CopyFile} folder copy file {920c604c-5f30-43bb-a62a-4fb18af72b77}-MediaPortalIptvFilterAndUrlSourceSplitter.dll to Plugins folder in TV service folder, rename it to MediaPortalIptvFilterAndUrlSourceSplitter.dll and restart TV service. After that it should be able to enable plugin in TV server configuration.
     
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    Hi

    I had some free time today so I've done what you asked. Attached are a copy of the logs. I have 2 IP cameras and I have tried 2 different stings, both are listed below, I do not know which one should work.

    #EXTM3U
    #EXTINF:0,CCTV
    rtsp://192.168.20.32:554/cam/realmonitor?channel=1&subtype=0?tcp
    #EXTINF:0,CCTV2
    rtsp://192.168.20.26/Streaming/Channels/1
     
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    I think the format that your IP cameras are delivering is not compatible:
    05-03-2015 13:11:56.729 [1980] [{CE0462DD-7C3A-4883-BA4B-2BF13EDBBD0B}] [Error] CMPIPTV_RTSP: OpenConnection(): H264 not supported
     
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