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I have ported this to linux long time ago. You find the modpack for all platforms here: http://www.i-have-a-dreambox.com/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=127338
I don't know AZbox, but I bet the zap links are http links. Even if zapping is irrelevant then make the zap link like http://this.is.a.fake.zap.link.com or so.
You better use my VLC mod. I don't think ffmpeg will swallow the udp/rtp input streams.
Is it really not feasible to decode a subtitle stream from a recorded dvb compatible .ts ?
hlkc wrote:
jockyw2001 wrote:With my airvideo + vlc mod you can play your iso collection

Oh can you give us some ideas how to do this? Appreciated your tips in advance.

Did you click the link above? It's all explained there.
With my airvideo + vlc mod you can play your iso collection
Yes, ready and published here.

By installing my air video mod and the vlc extensions you can now stream iptv (live-tv), dvds (iso rips, vobs), rtp/usp/rtsp streams, file formats not supported by ffmpeg but supported by vlc.

This is already possible with my Air Video Modpack which can use a VLC extension for this purpose.
See here

Remember that this mod is not supported in this forum.
With my air video mod pack it is possible to stream multicast streams.

The mod pack allows playing everything VLC can play on windows, mac or linux. That means with my mod you can play multicast streams, live tv from set top boxes and receivers, IPTV, DVDs, internet streams and some file formats which are otherwise not supported by ffmpeg.

My mod exists since january and is published here. The VLC extension to the original live tv mod will be published there in the weekend.
Definitely next weekend. I am already watching my DVD collection.
He reminds me of those extremely well-equipped tennis or golf players who can't hit a ball
I tested Air Video Server on a Synology 1010+ NAS (Atom D510) and it works fine.

A cheaper solution is to install Ubuntu 64-bit and Air Video on a Atom N330 based Nettop (like the cheap Acer Revo).
For resolutions of up to 720p it works great.
I installed Ubuntu 9.10 (x86_64bit karmic) and Air Video on a cheap Acer Revo R3610 Nettop (Mini pc with Atom N330). It works perfect with no interrupts when streaming movies and Live TV up to 720p in 100% quality. Streaming 1080p .mkv files is a bit too much though.

It is a very nice solution for an 'always on' airvideo + mediaserver. Power consumption is no more than 25W.

I use Air Video because I don't want to bother about converting any of my dvds. I just rip the main movie and concatenate the vobs. I strongly support this request.
yes, works fine
Will wrote:Thank you for the more than laconic response. So what is a VPN connection and how do I get one?

Thanks again.

If you are new to VPN it is not so easy. You can find VPN servers for XP, OSX, and Linux.
So far I have always been able to connect to my home server via VPN.
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