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Recording & Timers Support Recording iptv

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Hi. I have a vu+ solo2 box running atv 5.3 all works great but when i try to record an IPTV service that streams hls streams it starts recording then jumps back a few seconds and then the streams become unwatchable until i stop the recording and change channels. The stream provider gives me 2 streams ant anyone time and I'm able to record a stream using the same IPTV list on my zgemma using atv 5.3 image.

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Hi. I have a vu+ solo2 box running atv 5.3 all works great but when i try to record an IPTV service that streams hls streams it starts recording then jumps back a few seconds and then the streams become unwatchable until i stop the recording and change channels. The stream provider gives me 2 streams ant anyone time and I'm able to record a stream using the same IPTV list on my zgemma using atv 5.3 image.

Thanks in advance,
Are you using the same image on both boxes Adam?
Other than experimenting i have not really used iptv on my Vu but get a feeling many others will have this problem so interested to learn how we get round it.
 
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Yes both are running 5.3 atv. As I said the zgamma is running flawlessly on that version and if I put 4.1 atv on the vu solo 2 the recordings work fine so it tells me it's a problem with the drivers on 5.3 solo2 image.
I know a few others having the same problem.
 

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what service reference are you using for the iptv streams on the solo2 ?
4097:0:1:0.......http://...........
or 1:0:1:0.......http://...........
I've had the same problems using 1 but 4097 is ok, (unless you are using exteplayer3 that doesn't work well at all)
As most iptv streams are .ts format 4097 is the correct format to use.
 
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Playing the steams are spot on it's just recording them. I'm sure it's 1:0:1:0.....4097

The sreams record fine on the same image but on the zgemma hs

If I use atv 4.1 on the solo2 it records them fine but the problem with that is I can't download any plugins as the download page says undermiantanice
 
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change the 1:0:1:whatever
to 4097:0:1:.whatever
then try again
 
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That didn't work mate. Turns out these are DVB streams
 

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Can't really help further then without info that you won't want to share...

all I can say is this format;
SERVICE 1:0:1:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:http%3a//myserver%3a8081/live/user/pass/1.ts:BBC1HD

will stream absolutely fine, no problems
will give the symptoms you have when recording


and this format;
SERVICE 4097:0:1:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:http%3a//myserver%3a8081/live/user/pass/1.ts:BBC1HD

will stream absolutely fine, no problems
and will record perfectly as well
 
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This is the what i get if I open the playlist in notepad++ I have taken out the username and password etc.

#SERVICE 1:0:1:2:4097:0:0:820000:0:0:http%3a%
 

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So for now try this;
#SERVICE 4097:0:1:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:http%3a%
 
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okay that records fine but the sound is out of sync in the stream its self and the recording is way out
 

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is it just the one stream or are they all out ?
just tried recording a stream from here (instant record) and no problems so maybe your source ?
can't think of anything else to suggest...
 
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I still think its a driver issue for atv 5.3 solo2 as the same links record on the zgemma but thank you for trying.
 

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sorry I couldn't totally resolve your problem

St.O
 

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I know this is months old, but if still not solved, I have an idea.

I see you mention your streams are DVB streams.

Install Echannelizer on Laptop/pc etc, then read stb, then go to you IPTV bouquets,double click then highlight all channels then RIGHT click, change STREAM type from DVB to IPTV.

Then on top on page on right, hover over the icons and click WRITE (writes changes to box) then close and say no to save changes.

See if IPTV format of streams records better than DVB for you.
 
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Can't really help further then without info that you won't want to share...

all I can say is this format;
SERVICE 1:0:1:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:http%3a//myserver%3a8081/live/user/pass/1.ts:BBC1HD

will stream absolutely fine, no problems
will give the symptoms you have when recording


and this format;
SERVICE 4097:0:1:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:http%3a//myserver%3a8081/live/user/pass/1.ts:BBC1HD

will stream absolutely fine, no problems
and will record perfectly as well
what service reference are you using for the iptv streams on the solo2 ?
4097:0:1:0.......http://...........
or 1:0:1:0.......http://...........
I've had the same problems using 1 but 4097 is ok, (unless you are using exteplayer3 that doesn't work well at all)
As most iptv streams are .ts format 4097 is the correct format to use.
Hi saintomer1866, new to IPTV. Can you advise or point me to a tutorial on how I can change my Vu+ Du02 from 1:0:0... to 4097:0:1 ? I use DCC. Cheers.
 

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how to record IPTV channels any body help got VTI 11 backup by donki
 

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