I noticed several things during my tests that make debugging api calls difficult.
The returned XML string is often (but not always) incorrect if the EPG entry is not found.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?><!-- by DVBViewer Media Server --><epg Ver="1">
The end tag is missing.
Here it would be nice (besides the return of a valid XML string) to get an error code included. For example: wrong channelid, epgid not found
When searching for pdc with a wrong pdc value (in my case 'NOPDC') this filter is completely ignored and the EPG list of the channel is returned. I think also here an error message would be more helpful.
Many other api calls have no return value at all - e.g. timeredit. Here it would be helpful if the changed timer (or an error code in case of problems) would be returned.
I have Media Server 184.108.40.206 installed, which acts too strange.
(1) When I start PC:
- DVBViewer Media Server in Services is not running,
- tray icon is grey,
- TV is working on clients,
- WEB UI is working.
(2) When Media Server crashes (happens every day!) and when I start it in Services:
- DVBViewer Media Server in Services is running,
- tray icon is blue,
- TV is not working on clients,
- WEB UI is not working.
The only thing I can do to restart Media Server is to restart PC to get case (1)
I exluded svcdebug.log, because there is not enough space for support.zip here.
But it looks like
ich möchte für den DVBViewer und den Media Server plugins schreiben die (im ersten Schritt Daten im TS-Datenstrom abgreifen, später dann auch manipulieren)
Gibt es irgendwo ein Projektbeispiel für Visual Studio in c++ oder c?
Ich konnte leider keines finden, oder war nicht in der Lage einen passenden Suchbegriff zu formulieren.
Always when i play a transcodec 4K MKV H265 to WEBM stream from Dbviewer Media Web Server appear in the middle of screen a circle.
Anybody knows Is posible remove that circle and for what reason show this circle because the movie plays well?