VNSI versions and compatibility

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homer314 Offline
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(2014-12-15 17:10)FernetMenta Wrote:  vnsi does not touch the stream other than demuxing it. how did you measure bitrate?

simply using jnettop terminal utility.

Another little question: what are differencies between standard vnsi protocol and vnsi5?

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(2014-12-15 17:14)homer314 Wrote:  Another little question: what are differencies between standard vnsi protocol and vnsi5?

When I took over VNSI I had to do lots of changes to the protocol definition. Maintaining a backwards compatibility during this time would have been too much effort. Instead I suffixed the version of vnsi with the version of protocol required. With release of 1.0 I maintain backwards compatibility again. Means you can upgrade the plugin to 1.2.0 without having to change any other component.
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Hi - i am preparing for Kodi - update - i am running gotham 13.2 atm.

Which is the proper repo for vnsi-addons for kodi?

xbmc0 Asus M4A77D, Borg HFX 4GB, 2 * TT S2-3200, GeForce 9500 GT 1GB Borg FX VGA), xbmc 12.2, vdr 2.0.0, vnsi, streamdev, markad, xxxapi, mcubed HFX Classic, FB: Mediagate GP-IRO2BK, Logitech diNovoEdge
xbmc1 Asrock A330ION (BORG Hfx), 2GB, Mystique Satix S2, xbmc 12.2, vdr 2.0.0, vnsi,streamdev, markad, xxxapi, HFX mini, Remote: Mediagate GP-IRO2BK
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