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Hallelujah ! No More Mpeg-2 !
#1
Those of us that use Raspberry Pi need Mpeg license to use HDhomerun Prime on Comcast ! Always had to use it ! Those days are GONE they are now using mp4 Smile And HD Channels are no longer studdering !
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Four Raspberry Pi-2 and one Raspberry Pi-3
Second source of live TV
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#2
Searched via my phone. You have a link ?
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#3
(2017-03-16, 01:51)bry Wrote: Searched via my phone. You have a link ?

Im going by the Comcast in Central PA Last week testing Kodi 18 on pi-2 and pi-3 formatted a bunch of cards and forgot to add the licenses to them !

After testing them for a week then it hit me ! I never added the license then checked online what's up ! http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Non-X1-Serv...-p/2577643


I knew it was coming but didn't realize how fast they flipped the switch !

P.S. there is going to be a lot of pissed off TIVO owners !
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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#4
That's cool. She's not apply to me. Congrats
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#5
Did You have to change out the cable card in the hdhr? I have Comcast in the SF Bay Area. Still mpeg2...at least that's what I'm seeing...
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#6
(2017-05-09, 20:52)magicmagni Wrote: Did You have to change out the cable card in the hdhr? I have Comcast in the SF Bay Area. Still mpeg2...at least that's what I'm seeing...

No still using the same cable card
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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