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Release - HDHomeRun PVR native addon
#16
(2015-11-09, 17:54)zcsizmadia Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:49)bry- Wrote: @zcsizmadia you able to post screenshots? the ones in your original post are not working.

The inserted images should be linked to the images available in https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhomerun/releases. I can see them correctly. What links do you have see for the images?
They should be:

https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.1.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.2.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.3.jpg

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#17
(2015-11-09, 17:56)bry- Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:54)zcsizmadia Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:49)bry- Wrote: @zcsizmadia you able to post screenshots? the ones in your original post are not working.

The inserted images should be linked to the images available in https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhomerun/releases. I can see them correctly. What links do you have see for the images?
They should be:

https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.1.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.2.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.3.jpg

page not found.

I've changed the main post links as well. PLease let me f they work.

https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...ag/Initial

https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.1.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.2.jpg
https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...erun.3.jpg
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#18
@zcsizmadia

cool - got it working.

one request that the original add-on has -

hide protected channels by default :
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#19
I haven't had a chance to pull your sources down and give this a look, but it appears promising. May I ask, what are you using as the base of your source? Is this pulled from their video addon? If that's the case, it would be great to see this extended into a full and proper PVR addon.

To the poster that asked about SD's DVR Kickstarter: SD is creating their DVR backend, and using their existing Kodi video addon to work as the PVR client. They have not expressed any interest in re-releasing their video addon as a proper PVR addon, which is unfortunate, because HDHomeRun addon interface is pretty terrible. In addition, they also have shown no interest making their guide available as a traditional EPG, but rather is sticking with the same guide interface they are currently using, or asking users to rely upon searching for finding shows to record.

Personally, I would love to see SD's DVR backend succeed, and to see a real Kodi PVR addon be developed to utilize their backend. However, until that occurs, it looks like we'll have to make do on our own, and use a subpar solution in the interim. (My situation involves 2 HDHomeRun Primes controlled through MythTV 0.27.5, but this is far from the best solution. TVHeadend cannot deal with the Primes properly, and DVBLink required workarounds, and has no conflict resolution/priorities.)

I am following this project with interest, and am looking forward to giving it a try, and hopefully helping it along.
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#20
(2015-11-09, 18:55)bry- Wrote: @zcsizmadia

cool - got it working.

one request that the original add-on has -

hide protected channels by default :

My assumption is this Add-on respects the Channel Lineup from the web GUI. IF you disable the channel from the GUI, it shouldn't appear in the Channel Lineup?
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#21
I will add a setting to hide protected channels. This should be very simple to do anyway.
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#22
This is very cool! I knew someone would start something like this sooner rather than later!

I have a 2 tuner setup (1 CONNECT and 1 EXTEND) and the PVR addon sees both of them fine - only thing is that the channels are read from each tuner and added to the guide.

For example - I have the same 7 channels active on both tuners - but they all show up in the guide twice so 14 in total (duplicate channels for each tuner).

Also - for some reason my guide in this case is blank - it will show what is currently on in the Channels menu but the Guide shows nothing.

Let me know if you want to see a log. Thanks!

edit - sorry - this is using the linux addon with OpenELEC 6.0
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#23
(2015-11-09, 21:30)mellomade Wrote: This is very cool! I knew someone would start something like this sooner rather than later!

I have a 2 tuner setup (1 CONNECT and 1 EXTEND) and the PVR addon sees both of them fine - only thing is that the channels are read from each tuner and added to the guide.

For example - I have the same 7 channels active on both tuners - but they all show up in the guide twice so 14 in total (duplicate channels for each tuner).

Also - for some reason my guide in this case is blank - it will show what is currently on in the Channels menu but the Guide shows nothing.

Let me know if you want to see a log. Thanks!

edit - sorry - this is using the linux addon with OpenELEC 6.0

Could you send me the lineup for both tuners?

Please get http://a.b.c.d/lineup.js from both tuners (a.b.c.d is the ip for the tuner) from a browser and please send it to me in a pm.

Thanks!
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#24
Done
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#25
Well just tried it on Raspberry Pi 2 running OSMC 15.2 and got the screen "Dependencies not met"
One HTPC Windows 7 pro 64x running WMC with HDhomeRun on Comcast 3 tuners with MCEbuddy sending everything to WD MyCloud 16 tb over netgear gig network shared to
Four Raspberry Pi-2 and one Raspberry Pi-3
Second source of live TV
4 STB Vigica with 8' C-band and 3' ku band dvb-s2 FTA
Third source of live TV
1 STB Vigica ATSC OTA with RCA antenna ANT3037XR
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#26
(2015-11-09, 17:22)zcsizmadia Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:11)RockerC Wrote: Cool! Do you think that there is any chance that this will be submitted and accepted to Kodi's PVR repo and mainline inclusion?

https://github.com/kodi-pvr

By the way, didn't SiliconDust in their Kickstarter campaign promise to develop their own official HDHomeRun PVR client addon for Kodi?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/127...escription

They at least had a stretch goal for adding Kodi support that was met.

Guess that I just assumed that when it said "Kodi support" they meant using Kodi's PVR API and a binary PVR client addon for native integration.

I think that some developers on the Kodi team had good contact with SiliconDust management so maybe they can check on this?
It can be integrated into https://github.com/kodi-pvr and kodi without any effort, since it is using the cmake mechanism, and I am compiling through kodi source tree already.

I thought the SD project is for a full fetched PVR with recording options. This addon, as of right now, implements live TV only without any recording features.
FilmOn, Njoy, and the IPTV Simple client PVR addons doesn't have recording features/options either. So will you be submitting it to the official kodi-pvr repo on github then or?

But might it not be possible to extend the PVR API in Kodi to let a PVR client addon to record/save streams to files locally so that the PVR client addon for Kodi acts as a DVR recorder?

Anyway, what is your opinion about my other question in my first post about SiliconDust as a company developing their own native PVR client addon for Kodi as part of their Kickstarter?

https://www.silicondust.com/contact/
https://www.silicondust.com/forum/

Have you tried to make contact with them about maybe collaborating on an open source PVR client addon for Kodi?

I think that it would be both strange and sad if SiliconDust as a company would not be interested in a better experince accessing their HDHomeRun network tuners from Kodi's native PVR interface via the proper API for it.
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#27
Mr. zcsizmadia, hope you don't mind, I am so excited about what you have accomplished, I made a YouTube video and will post a link here and on the SiliconDust forum.

Thank you for this addon.

BTW, I tried to install in on Kodi 16, the other day and it was not compatible.
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#28
Here is the video I made showing your PVR addon in action. Thanks for your hard work creating this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTZoYjTChXU
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#29
(2015-11-10, 09:02)RockerC Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:22)zcsizmadia Wrote:
(2015-11-09, 17:11)RockerC Wrote: Cool! Do you think that there is any chance that this will be submitted and accepted to Kodi's PVR repo and mainline inclusion?

https://github.com/kodi-pvr

By the way, didn't SiliconDust in their Kickstarter campaign promise to develop their own official HDHomeRun PVR client addon for Kodi?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/127...escription

They at least had a stretch goal for adding Kodi support that was met.

Guess that I just assumed that when it said "Kodi support" they meant using Kodi's PVR API and a binary PVR client addon for native integration.

I think that some developers on the Kodi team had good contact with SiliconDust management so maybe they can check on this?
It can be integrated into https://github.com/kodi-pvr and kodi without any effort, since it is using the cmake mechanism, and I am compiling through kodi source tree already.

I thought the SD project is for a full fetched PVR with recording options. This addon, as of right now, implements live TV only without any recording features.
FilmOn, Njoy, and the IPTV Simple client PVR addons doesn't have recording features/options either. ]So will you be submitting it to the official kodi-pvr repo on github then or?

But might it not be possible to extend the PVR API in Kodi to let a PVR client addon to record/save streams to files locally so that the PVR client addon for Kodi acts as a DVR recorder?

Anyway, what is your opinion about my other question in my first post about SiliconDust as a company developing their own native PVR client addon for Kodi as part of their Kickstarter?

https://www.silicondust.com/contact/
https://www.silicondust.com/forum/

Have you tried to make contact with them about maybe collaborating on an open source PVR client addon for Kodi?

Silicon Dust's DVR is not being done as a Kodi backend. Their client is a video add on, not a PVR add on. They said they plan to open the backend API when it's finished, but they are about 8 weeks behind schedule. (It was supposed to be released in October.) Someone could make a PVR add on using their backend, but presently it's not possible.
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#30
Checked in some changes:

1.0.2
- Setting to hide protected channels
- Setting to hide duplicate channels

The win32 prebuild binary is available in: https://github.com/zcsizmadia/pvr.hdhome...ag/Initial
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