Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'hbbtv description'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Deutsch
    • Ankündigungen & Neuigkeiten
    • Einsteigerfragen DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • Allgemeines DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • Vorschläge & Ideen
    • Fehlermeldungen DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • Plugins und AddOns
    • DVB Hardware (Digital TV Karten)
    • DVBViewer Recording Service 1.x
    • DVBViewer Media Server
    • Sat>IP Viewer & Co (Android,iOS,Mac)
    • Verschiedenes
    • DVBViewer Video Editor
  • English
    • News & Announcements
    • Newbies DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • General DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • Suggestions & Ideas
    • Bug Reports DVBViewer Pro/GE
    • Plugins and AddOns
    • DVB Hardware (Digital TV cards)
    • DVBViewer Recording Service 1.x
    • DVBViewer Media Server
    • Sat>IP Viewer & Co (Android,iOS,Mac)
    • Off-Topic
    • DVBViewer Video Editor
  • Miscellaneous
    • Scripting Lounge / API (de/en)
    • Area HTPC
    • HDTV / UHDTV (de/en)
    • DVB - The technique behind
    • Conversion & Encoding
    • OEM Edition - User Helping Users (de/en)
    • Forum / Wiki / Website (de/en)
  • Survey ● Umfragen
    • DVBViewer Pro Cleanup (en/de)

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...

Found 1 result

  1. This thread is not intended to explain what HbbTV is. If you want to know more about HbbTV in general please read this link. Since HbbTV is quite "special" with its behaviour we introduced a configuration file which should solve issues with certain CE-HTML and HbbTV content providers. The HbbTV.ini is located in your DVBViewer configuration folder and consists of 6 sections. The following explanation is an attempt to explain what these sections are intended to: [blacklist] The Blacklist Section contains all websites which need a color key. Technically a Website can consists of several html layer and the Video-Object can be placed inbetween these layers. To display HbbTV content properly we would need to copy the video out from the graphic card memory into the Video or Broadcast Plugin (part of the HbbTV engine) and render it there. This would cost a lot of speed and this is why we decided not to do render it properly. Normally the video object is invisible and transparent, but on several websites you have to set a colorkey which would be replaced by the video afterwards. If not you wont see the video, but the html text behind the video which is normally not visible. The negative aspect of the colorkey mode is that the transparency gets lost. [Whitelist] If the browser loads a page listed here the colorkey is autmatically disabled and turns to transparent. [browser] Here you can add your favourite Websites which will be listed if you select the HbbTV menu item inside the OSD menu. The entries are separated by |: Item|URI|Is HbbTV|Stop Graph Item - is the name listed in the Browserpopup-Menu URI - is the URL which provides the content Is HbbTV - either 1 or 0 defines if the URI is a HbbTV or CE-HTML content or if it is a regular website Stop Graph - either 1 or 0 defines if the video or audio playback in the DVBViewer should turned off. This is required if you open a HTML5 Website which contain own Video and Audio output [Javascript] Several providers require some fixes in their code to do so you can create own scripts which are executed after a website has been loaded. The javascripts are located in the Javascript-subfolder of your configuration path. [useragent] Some pages require different user agents than sent by the DVBViewer. This might have multiple reasons, but under this section you can add your own agent. For example if you want to avoid that a mobile page is load instead of the normal one, you can assign an own user agent here. [Redirect] ​Some websites simply do not want to work fine and to avoid problems you can assign redirects which bypass a given link. ​
  • Create New...