[mythtv] (Request) Possible to retransmit not-unpacked
Benjamin Vander Jagt
benjamin at winchesterpc.com
Wed Feb 27 16:29:08 UTC 2013
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2013 10:55:43 -0500
From: Joseph Fry <joe at thefrys.com>
To: Development of MythTV <mythtv-dev at mythtv.org>
Subject: Re: [mythtv] (Request) Possible to retransmit not-unpacked
MPEG from an ATSC device out over IP?
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It seems to me that there ought to be a way to use the ATSC
in the compressed stream from the air, let MythTV backend send
it out to clients in UDP, and let the client ends decompress the streams
want. Am I missing some technical detail that makes this all
possible? Well, it is not a MythTV solution, but if you look at the
SiliconDust TECH models, they can multicast the streams to anyone
configured to listen to the (ATSC, compressed) stream.
The next round of HDHomeRuns are going to have built in transcoding.
wager they will also make a version with multicast support. You may be
able to get completely away from having a server allow users to recieve
transcoded stream directly from the HDHR.
Thanks for the replies. I'll look into them. For anyone else with my
same need, I believe I found an open source (GPL2) solution today,
MuMuDVB. It promises to stream DVB streams via multicast, direct from
the 19.4 megabit OTA signal, as well as transcode to any standard
CODEC's seamlessly. I'll go play with that and I'll stop spamming the
MythTV guys. (-:
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