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Kodi DSPlayer – DirectShow Player for Windows
(2015-09-08, 00:11)Warner306 Wrote:
(2015-09-07, 23:03)*Roma* Wrote: Users that want to test new PVR features, have to install "Isengard DSPlayer 15.2 RC1 - 06 September 2015 (9c30400)" from aracnoz and replace kodi.exe with the one that i posted: "Isengard DSPlayer 15.2 RC1 EXE 06 September 2015 (PVR Test version)"

TsReader Filter have to be installed.
So the TsReader Filter is not pre-installed with DSPlayer? Does this mean the link on the first page with instructions still applies?

TsReader Filter is pre-installed with DSPlayer, but the new rules are not included yet.
Users that want to test "UNC(=SMB) paths for Live TV" feature, have to use internal/external TsReader Filter with new rules that i posted.

External TsReader Filter rules:
Code:
<!--  Rules for .ts files and ARGUSTV/MediaPortal timeshift and recordings UNC paths -->        
        <rule name="PVR" filetypes="ts" url="false" >
            <source filter="tsreader" />
            <splitter filter="tsreader" />
            <video filter="lavvideo" />
            <audio filter="lavaudio" />
        </rule>
        <rule url="true" filetypes="tsbuffer" >
            <source filter="tsreader" />
        </rule>

Internal TsReader Filter rules:
Code:
<!--  Rules for .ts files and ARGUSTV/MediaPortal timeshift and recordings UNC paths -->        
        <rule name="PVR" filetypes="ts" url="false" >
            <source filter="tsreader_internal" />
            <splitter filter="tsreader_internal" />
            <video filter="lavvideo_internal" />
            <audio filter="lavaudio_internal" />
        </rule>
        <rule url="true" filetypes="tsbuffer" >
            <source filter="tsreader_internal" />
        </rule>

(2015-09-08, 08:47)hasenbolle Wrote: I think your method ConvertStreamURLToTimeShiftFilePath does return the wrong path. It does return the timeshift path of the server and not the unc path for the client.

My timeshift file is located on Z:\ on the server and this path will be returned to the client. But on the client there is no Z:\ drive of course. The method should return the unc path \\SERVER\Timeshift for example.

I fixed it by adding a net drive Z:\ that points to \\SERVER\Timeshift.

Can you have a look on it. Thanks in advanceSmile
I will check this.
What PVR backend do you use?

(2015-09-08, 09:38)Bjur Wrote: @roma: would like to test this with MediaPortal TV Server. But do you recommend installing MediaPortal latest v2 or v. 1 for this?
The link you provided to MediaPortal forum refers to v. 1.11 but there's a 1.12 and v. 2 available.
You need to install MediaPortal TV Server v1.12(last version), MediaPortal TV Server included in MediaPortal 1 V1.12.0
p.s You don't have to install MediaPortal client, you can select to install only the MediaPortal TV Server.

(2015-09-08, 10:11)aracnoz Wrote:
(2015-09-08, 09:25)ldavet Wrote: EDIT: Hmmm, from searching around it seems DSPlayer and Emby Server don't like each other. A pity, really.

yes it's not supported, i know that someone has found a workaround to make it work

anyway you should try to not use emby to see if you have a workable DSPlayer configuration.

@*Roma* i don't know if all your work on path conversion could be useful also for emby, (i really don't want to install server/client and learn how to use emby)
I don't know, I am not using emby Smile
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