[mythtv-users] fiberoptic IPTV recording on mythtv
ryan.goat at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 13:52:33 UTC 2007
No I am in Burlington, Vermont. I have service from a city sponsored
company. It sounds like similar service to what you have. I also have an
amino STB. Though my IR blaster hasn't arrived yet. Could you send me your
IR blaster configuration? I've never used one before, but if you already
have the codes programed that should get me half way there.
In MythTV .21 there is suppose to be a more full featured IPTV tuner. It is
available in the SVN release now. Though I couldn't get it working after I
upgraded to SVN. I think my mythtv database got corrupted because
mythtv-setup kept hanging. I'll keep you up to date if I get it working.
On 1/2/07, Nate Crosno <ncrosno at ipass.com> wrote:
> Are you in Sacramento and using Surewest by any chance? We just got their
> fiber TV service. I have their little Amino box hooked to the Myth box and
> using an IR blaster. I'd be very interested to learn more if you get your
> setup working right. If you are getting direct access to their MPEG stream,
> I think the quality would be much better than going through my PVR-150.
> *From:* mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:
> mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] *On Behalf Of *ryan patterson
> *Sent:* Saturday, December 30, 2006 7:16 PM
> *To:* mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> *Subject:* [mythtv-users] fiberoptic IPTV recording on mythtv
> I recently got fiberoptic cable to my home with telephone, internet and TV
> though IPTV multicasting. It is not Verizon it is a local city sponsored
> company. I want to use the "CRC IP Network Recorder" to tune in the IPTV
> signals directly off the network instead of having to use an IR blaster to
> control the cable box etc.
> I found some info that allowed me to set up the CRC IP Recorder tuner(s)
> for the correct ip multicast address/port. And now if I tune my cable box
> to a channel I can then watch that channel on mythtv. My cable box and my
> mythtv box are not wired together. I am definitely decoding the signal off
> the network. This is good, but I can't change channels and the data for the
> program guide is not there.
> The CRC IP recorder option in mythtv is setup so I have to define one
> tuner for each channel. When I hit watch TV in mythtv it automatically
> switches to the tuner with the highest priority. If my cable box is not set
> to that channel then mythtv cant get the multicast stream and it fails so I
> can only get one channel.
> I don't understand how to set up the channel sources correctly. Each
> tuner only has one channel but the line up has all the channels listed.
> Has anybody gotten the CRC IP Recorder to work with IPTV service? I think
> I am getting really close but I must be missing something to bring it all
> Ryan Patterson
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