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I have problem with TransEdit v.184.108.40.206 and ATSC 8VSB WinTV-HVR 950Q tuner.
I don't see "Bandwidth" option anymore and I have error "Invalid or incomplete input".
For example, in TransEdit v220.127.116.11 I can choose "bandwidth" and no problem to add channel.
Please check attached screenshots for both versions.
I'm using Windows 10 x64.
After a lot of time requesting the Streaming button in the TransEdit tool, finally the last version 4.2.1 has it! THANK YOU! :-)
Now, I have another suggestion. If you use SAT>IP servers as your tuners, you know for sure that a lot of servers doesn't support the Full Transport streaming. Yes, almost all support "pids=all", and this it's great. However, when the TS has a high bandwidth, or it goes over a specific bitrate, in this case the resulting RTP streaming has a lot of Continuity Errors. This, isn't a problem for the internal Analyzer of the TransEdit, as the PSI tables can be readed multiple times. However, if you like to do an streaming, this can be a problem.
So, here it's my suggestion: At time, when you select with the mouse multiple pids in the Analyzer and you start the streaming (CTRL+S), then you're sending only the selected pids. And this it's great! Thank you! However, the TransEdit are in fact receving the full TS. So the filtering it's internal. But, if you include in the configuration some option, it should be possible to request to the tuner to only send the selected pids. And when the streaming stops, or some change occurs in the pid list, then update the list (and when no streaming, then restablish the "pids=all").
This will be a must have for SAT>IP servers! With this any external tool can be used for TS analysis, using the TransEdit as a TUNER.
Please, consider it.
It would be great, if DVBViewer and Recording Service use virtual channel names instead of actual when working with Kodi like DVBLink or TVHeadend do to group channels with the same or different actual names from different sources under one virtual.
> Virtual Channel A shown in Kodi:
- Actual Channel A from Source 1,
- Actual Channel A from Source 2,
- Actual Channel AB from Source 3,
> Virtual Channel B shown in Kodi:
- Actual Channel B from Source 1,
- Actual Channel C from Source 15,
- Actual Channel AC from Source 19.
Otherwise there's a mess of channels in Kodi and user cannot group channels depending on his will
Updated to DVBViewer Pro 6.0.4, DMS 2.0.4 and TrandEdit 4.2.1
If there's an ongoing recording in DMS , it will "grab" the tuner from DMS without any warning or notification.
At the meantime however, DMS "Status" tab still displays as normal (except for data rate decreasing and file size remaining the same). Seems that it does not even know the tuner what "robbed" away by TransEdit.
See this behavior in 2 of my PCs. Is it a new - "feature" - of the new version? In previous versions TransEdit will tell me something like "Initialize device failed" or "No hardware available".