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    disaster123's tsteader hack doesnt seem to work for me.

    On TS buffer roll-over I have a quite long period of paused video, approx- 3-5secs, before it picks up.

    I am using smb2-smb2 as both machines involved are win7 x64.

    Funny thing is, new years eve, as I was watching the clock near 24.00 hrs it froze.
    It froze at 23.59 and 55 secs. ... The guests were baffled hehe.

    I wasn't popular that evening :)

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    AW: TVplugin - avoiding RTSP in multiseat mode (test plz).

    Gibman
    perhaps there is another Problem too but it should fix the problems described in mantis. Perhaps you should run a debug Version of tsreader it prints out a lot more informations

    btw smb2 smb2 runs fine here
     
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    Replaced the TsReader on the MP client and it crashes when i start LiveTV. Should i replace on the client or on the server or on both?
     
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    Re: AW: TVplugin - avoiding RTSP in multiseat mode (test plz).

    Disaster,

    I can confirm that running non-rtsp with your latest release is quite stable. My problems were that I was using rtsp for live tv which is an ongoing issue.

    Note my three machines are xp sp3 which I assume means SMB1.

    Cheers
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    AW: TVplugin - avoiding RTSP in multiseat mode (test plz).

    my fix is in svn => tourettes added it
     
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    Your TSReader works fine for me!

    Do you know when the multiseat rtsp bug will be solved??

    Greetz André
     
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    Is it just me or is this broken in the latest SVN? It seems to be getting the path to recordings wrong, for me, e.g. if I try and play a recorded TV program I get this in the log:

    2010-01-11 14:57:33.246426 [Info.][MPMain]: TSReaderPlayer play:Q:\tv\Top Gear 2009-12-27\Top Gear - Bolivia Special.ts radio:False

    The file is actually in:

    Q:\tv\BBC HD\Top Gear 2009-12-27

    ... so it's missed out the \BBC HD\ top level of the Q:\tv subdirectory.

    Is this something I've mis-configured, or is it broken?

    Thanks,

    Jon.
     
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    Hi,

    I tested this (for the first time) yesterday using the latest SVN from 8th of January. I got it to work and I could watch TV on the client and no active stream where listed in the TV server configuration on the server. It's nice to see that skip steps (forward and backwards) were much more accurate and worked as good as when watching a mkv or likewise.

    However I wonder a little about the requirements for smooth playback of live tv. I got a little studder from time to time. Not the same kind of studder as using RTSP but more like picture slowing down (very little) but still as much as it's noticeble as studder. After some time of watching when I brought up the time line I was a little behind the live tv stream and could actually skip forward like 15 sec.

    I am on 100Mbit LAN using a cheap router but I have no problems watching 720p or 1080's MKV's.

    Anyone else notice this kind of studder?

    Thanks
    FreeFrag

    EDIT. I forgot to mention that I am timeshifting using a RAMDisk.
     
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    FreeFrag: i have exactly the same problem when using the win7 included microsoft codec. if i am using the mpc codec its working without this "stuttering" (better: slowed down picture). could you test another video-codec?

    nicx...
     
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