GenericStream


Revision history for GenericStream


Revision [4446]

Last edited on 2011-10-16 21:57:50 by webmaster [Fixed UTF-8 issues]
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{{googletranslate}}


Revision [3790]

Edited on 2009-12-11 22:51:27 by jonc [Fixed UTF-8 issues]
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**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade 3 software please use VLC version 0.86i**
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**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade3 software please use VLC version 0.86i**


Revision [3789]

Edited on 2009-12-11 22:50:53 by jonc [removed dead link]
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**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade3 software please use VLC version 0.86i**
=={{color c="gray" text="The new Jade3 can use VLC 1.x,x"}}==
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**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade2 software please use VLC version 0.86i**
=={{color c="gray" text="The new Jade2 can use VLC 9.x.x"}}==
1) [[http://www.jsat.tv/nz/vlc/index.htm.html You can see a flash movie on Howto install VLC here]] Make sure you follow all the steps.


Revision [3660]

Edited on 2009-05-27 02:52:47 by jonc [added OSX mplayer link]
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If you are using **OSX** then try this from terminal (bash) [[http://mplayerosx.sourceforge.net/ Click here to learn more and download]]
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If you are using **OSX** then try this from terminal (bash)


Revision [3509]

Edited on 2009-03-22 17:32:05 by jonc [Jade2]
Additions:
**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade2 software please use VLC version 0.86i**
=={{color c="gray" text="The new Jade2 can use VLC 9.x.x"}}==
Deletions:
**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade software please use VLC version 0.86i**


Revision [3495]

Edited on 2009-03-19 01:31:06 by jonc [vlc version]
Additions:
**If you have not upgraded to the latest Jade software please use VLC version 0.86i**
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=====**Warning: do not use VLC 0.9.x for this** =====
**PLi® recommends VLC 0.8.6i**


Revision [3432]

Edited on 2009-01-05 02:31:07 by jonc [**PLi® recommends VLC 0.8.6i**]
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**PLi® recommends VLC 0.8.6i**
Deletions:
**Use VLC 0.86i**


Revision [2993]

Edited on 2008-10-27 13:24:08 by Sjaaky [**PLi® recommends VLC 0.8.6i**]
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**NOTE:** HD-TV is often broadcasted in DVB-S2. You can NOT watch channels on a DVB-S2 transponder this way as the DM7020, DM7000, DM600PVR, DM500+, DM500, DM5620 and DM5600 don not have a DVB-S2 tuner. You can watch HD-TV on DVB-S transponders, but those are becoming rare.
Deletions:
**NOTE:** HD-TV is often broadcasted in DVB-S2. You can NOT watch channels on a DVB-S2 transponder this way. The DM7020, DM7000, DM600PVR, DM500+, DM500, DM5620, DM5600 don not have a DVB-S2 tuner. You can only watch HD-TV on DVB-S transponders. But those are becoming rare.


Revision [2992]

Edited on 2008-10-27 13:23:18 by Sjaaky [**PLi® recommends VLC 0.8.6i**]
Additions:
**NOTE:** HD-TV is often broadcasted in DVB-S2. You can NOT watch channels on a DVB-S2 transponder this way. The DM7020, DM7000, DM600PVR, DM500+, DM500, DM5620, DM5600 don not have a DVB-S2 tuner. You can only watch HD-TV on DVB-S transponders. But those are becoming rare.


Revision [2983]

Edited on 2008-10-24 04:13:31 by jonc [vlc 0.9.3 & 4 warning update]
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=====**Warning: do not use VLC 0.9.x for this** =====
**Use VLC 0.86i**
===Option 2a - Vpid with VLC 0.9.4 ===
===Option 3a - Zapstream with VLC 0.9.4===
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=====**Warning: DO NOT USE VLC 0.9.2 for web-x-tv**=====
===Option 2a - Vpid with VLC 0.9.2 ===
===Option 3a - Zapstream with VLC 0.9.2===


Revision [2917]

Edited on 2008-09-16 01:36:10 by jonc [VLC 0.9.2 howto added]
Additions:
=====**Warning: DO NOT USE VLC 0.9.2 for web-x-tv**=====
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=====**Warning: DO NOT USE VLC 0.9.2**=====


Revision [2916]

Edited on 2008-09-16 01:35:05 by jonc [VLC 0.9.2 howto added]
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{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc03.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc04.jpg"}}
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{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_03.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_04.jpg"}}


Revision [2915]

Edited on 2008-09-16 01:32:42 by jonc [VLC 0.9.2 howto added]
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===Option 2 - Vpid / all VLC 0.8.x versions ===
===Option 2a - Vpid with VLC 0.9.2 ===
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc091.jpg"}}
===Option 3 - Zapstream with all VLC 0.8.x versions===
===Option 3a - Zapstream with VLC 0.9.2===
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc01.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc02.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_03.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_04.jpg"}}
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===Option 2 - Vpid / VLC===
===Option 3 - Zapstream / vlc===


Revision [2912]

Edited on 2008-09-16 00:53:11 by jonc [added comment on VLC 0.9.2]
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=====**Warning: DO NOT USE VLC 0.9.2**=====


Revision [2904]

Edited on 2008-09-03 08:43:22 by jonc [added google chrome browser webxtv image]
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1) A web browser - Firefox and Google Chrome (for Windows users)is recommended however Internet Explorer (Version 7 up) does work with limited success
A real example of the new Google Chrome using Web-X-TV
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_chrome.jpg"}}
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1) A web browser - Firefox is recommended however Internet Explorer (Version 7 up) does work with limited success


Revision [2886]

Edited on 2008-08-26 02:51:22 by jonc [goodies page added]
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**[[http://www.pli-images.org/goodies.php Support the PLi® team]] and get a cup of coffee.**


Revision [2755]

Edited on 2008-07-30 04:20:21 by jonc [Google gadget added]
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{{googletranslate}}


Revision [2605]

Edited on 2008-07-15 10:48:09 by Sjaaky [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
%%mplayer -ac mad http://192.168.1.100:31344%%
%%mplayer -ac mad -ao sdl http://192.168.1.100:31344%%
When you don't use zapstream you'll have to obtain the url to the current service through video.m3u
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the **[[E1SystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this setup again. Mplayer doesn't support zaps like VLC does.
Deletions:
%%mplayer -ac mad -ao sdl "$(wget -q -O - http://root:dreambox@192.168.1.100/video.m3u)"%%
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the **[[E1SystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this setup again.


Revision [2496]

Edited on 2008-07-02 02:59:17 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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{{image alt="000847_webif_webx.jpg" title=" Web-X-TV " url="000847_webif_webx.jpg"}}


Revision [2459]

Edited on 2008-06-29 02:10:02 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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**Question:** Does this work on Wifi? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Does this work on a small 10mb LAN? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Can the PLi® team help me setup my LAN as I do not have one? In short no, we can not, but you can ask in the [[http://www.pli-images.org/forum/index.php PLi® Forums]]
**Question:** Does this work on Wifi? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Does this work on a small 10mb LAN? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Can the PLi® team help me setup my LAN as I do not have one? In short no, we can not, but you can ask in the [[http://www.pli-images.org/forum/index.php PLi® Forums]]
**Question:** Does this work on Wifi? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Does this work on a small 10mb LAN? Yes perfectly if your LAN is correctly setup.
**Question:** Can the PLi® team help me setup my LAN as I do not have one? In short no, we can not, but you can ask in the [[http://www.pli-images.org/forum/index.php PLi® Forums]]


Revision [2291]

Edited on 2008-06-24 06:36:03 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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====Howto do it====
===Option 1 - Web-X-TV===
===Option 2 - Vpid / VLC===
===Option 3 - Zapstream / vlc===
====How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)====
Deletions:
==Howto do it==
==Option 1 - Web-X-TV==
==Option 2 - Vpid / vlc==
==Option 3 - Zapstream / vlc==
===How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)===


Revision [2290]

Edited on 2008-06-24 06:34:12 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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==={{color c="gray" text="For E1 boxes / non HDTV boxes"}}===
If you can do the streaming as shown above then this should be very straight forward, **BUT** your //LAN// has to be __setup properly__. Here is a real example off a DM500 on the Measat 3 C Band satellite (in Asia) of the Nat Geo HD channel. Works allot better off the DM7020 though.
Deletions:
This is a no brainer, **BUT** your //LAN// has to be __setup properly__. Here is a real example off a DM500 on the Measat 3 C Band satellite (in Asia) of the Nat Geo HD channel. Works allot better off the DM7020 though.


Revision [2201]

Edited on 2008-06-19 08:51:49 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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**Follow these simple steps.**
1) Open the vlc application on your computer
1) Click settings
Now sit back and watch HDTV on your DM500 - This works very very well on the DM7020, and it works on the DM500 as shown above, but mileage may vary.
===How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)===
Deletions:
Follow these simple steps.
1) Open a vlc
1) Cick settings
Now sit back and watch HDTV on your Dm500 - This works very very well on the DM7020, and it works on the DM500 as shown above, but mileage may vary.
==How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)==


Revision [2200]

Edited on 2008-06-19 08:48:16 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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Follow these simple steps.
1) Open a vlc
1) Open a network stream to http://ipofyourdreambox:31344
1) Cick settings
1) Click on file and save the HDTV stream to your media drive i.e HDTV.avi
1) Click Dump raw input
1) Open [[E1MoviePlayer Movieplayer]] as normal
1) Select the file name you saved HDTV.avi and press the OK button to watch it
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.pli-images.org/files/attachments/hdtv_avi.jpg"}}
Now sit back and watch HDTV on your Dm500 - This works very very well on the DM7020, and it works on the DM500 as shown above, but mileage may vary.
**TIP:** Remember while you are doing this, the file you saved is eating up your hard disk space.


Revision [2198]

Edited on 2008-06-19 08:36:09 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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**Tip: [[E1MoviePlayer Click here to learn more about the PLi® Movieplayer]]** //- where you could save the HDTV stream to your media directory as a file and then watch HDTV on any DM box.//
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**Tip:** [[E1MoviePlayer Click here to learn more about the PLi® Movieplayer]] //- where you could save the HDTV stream to your media directory as a file and then watch HDTV on any DM box.//


Revision [2197]

Edited on 2008-06-19 08:34:56 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
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**Tip:** [[E1MoviePlayer Click here to learn more about the PLi® Movieplayer]] //- where you could save the HDTV stream to your media directory as a file and then watch HDTV on any DM box.//


Revision [2193]

Edited on 2008-06-19 08:24:12 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
===How to stream video and audio from my DM box to my computer ===
[[E1MoviePlayer Click here to learn more about the PLi® Movieplayer (the other way around, PC to DM box)]]
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===How to stream my DM box to my computer ===


Revision [2134]

Edited on 2008-06-18 08:51:13 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
This is a no brainer, **BUT** your //LAN// has to be __setup properly__. Here is a real example off a DM500 on the Measat 3 C Band satellite (in Asia) of the Nat Geo HD channel. Works allot better off the DM7020 though.
Deletions:
This is a no brainer, **BUT** your //LAN// has to be __setup properly__. Here is a real example off a DM500 on the Measat 3 C Band satellite (in Asia) of the NatGeo HD channel. Works allot better off the DM7020 though.


Revision [2133]

Edited on 2008-06-18 08:22:38 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
====Howto stream HDTV from my DM box to my computer====
This is a no brainer, **BUT** your //LAN// has to be __setup properly__. Here is a real example off a DM500 on the Measat 3 C Band satellite (in Asia) of the NatGeo HD channel. Works allot better off the DM7020 though.
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_E1_hdtv_dm500.jpg"}}
Deletions:
Howto stream HDTV from my DM box to my computer
E1_hdtv_dm500.jpg


Revision [2132]

Edited on 2008-06-18 08:18:38 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
Howto stream HDTV from my DM box to my computer
E1_hdtv_dm500.jpg


Revision [2056]

Edited on 2008-06-17 09:04:18 by jonc [Use direct url to zapstream for mplayer]
Additions:
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_webif.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_webxtv.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vpid_vlc.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_net.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_net1.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="/images/wiki/000847_vlc_zap.jpg"}}
Deletions:
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/webif.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/webxtv.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vpid_vlc.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_net.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_net1.jpg"}}
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_zap.jpg"}}


Revision [1774]

Edited on 2008-06-15 02:58:48 by jonc [Renamed GenericWebif to:Webif]
Additions:
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201 and this **[[Webif world wide web site]]** in your DM box will appear.
From the **[[Webif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply by clicking on the **Web-X-TV** link and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below. You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
From the **[[Webif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply click on **VPid link** and then it will ask you to open VLC and start playing in VLC on your desktop
Deletions:
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201 and this **[[GenericWebif world wide web site]]** in your DM box will appear.
From the **[[GenericWebif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply by clicking on the **Web-X-TV** link and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below. You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
From the **[[GenericWebif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply click on **VPid link** and then it will ask you to open VLC and start playing in VLC on your desktop


Revision [1656]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:47:18 by jonc [Renamed GenericSystemNetwork to:E1SystemNetwork]
Additions:
1) Make sure your DM box is connected to your **[[E1SystemNetwork local area network (LAN)]]**. //Most important//
1) You need to know the **[[E1SystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM Box. //Most important//
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the Zapstream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the [[E1SystemNetwork local network]] so well.
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the **[[E1SystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this setup again.
Deletions:
1) Make sure your DM box is connected to your **[[GenericSystemNetwork local area network (LAN)]]**. //Most important//
1) You need to know the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM Box. //Most important//
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the Zapstream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the [[GenericSystemNetwork local network]] so well.
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this setup again.


Revision [1394]

Edited on 2008-06-15 01:01:55 by jonc [Renamed Generic to:E1]
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[[E1 Streaming Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]
[[E1 Streaming Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]
Deletions:
[[Generic Streaming Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]
[[Generic Streaming Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]


Revision [782]

Edited on 2008-06-06 19:03:42 by Sjaaky [Renamed Generic to:E1]
Additions:
- Important: the port number **31344** or Zapstream port on your DM box
Deletions:
- Important: the port number **31344** or ZapStream port on your DM box


Revision [781]

Edited on 2008-06-06 19:02:41 by Sjaaky [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the Zapstream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the [[GenericSystemNetwork local network]] so well.
1) **VLC** - directly addressing Zapstream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box and no web browser required.
==Option 3 - Zapstream / vlc==
Deletions:
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the Zap Stream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the [[GenericSystemNetwork local network]] so well.
1) **VLC** - directly addressing Zap Stream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box and no web browser required.
==Option 3 - Zap Stream / vlc==


Revision [614]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:38:32 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
===How to stream my DM box to my computer ===
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201 and this **[[GenericWebif world wide web site]]** in your DM box will appear.
From the **[[GenericWebif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply by clicking on the **Web-X-TV** link and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below. You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
From the **[[GenericWebif web interface]]** (also called webif) above simply click on **VPid link** and then it will ask you to open VLC and start playing in VLC on your desktop
Deletions:
===How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - Windows Version)===
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply by clicking on the **Web-X-TV** link and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below. You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **VPid link** and then it will ask you to open VLC and start playing in VLC on your desktop


Revision [613]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:34:34 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
==Requirements==
1) Make sure your DM box is connected to your **[[GenericSystemNetwork local area network (LAN)]]**. //Most important//
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the Zap Stream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the [[GenericSystemNetwork local network]] so well.
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply by clicking on the **Web-X-TV** link and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below. You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
Deletions:
**Requirements;**
1) Make sure your DM box is connected to your local area network (LAN). //Most important//
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the ZapStream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so well.
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **Web-X-TV** and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below.
You can also change bouquets and channels from here.


Revision [612]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:30:47 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
1) You need to know the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM Box. //Most important//
1) Open your web browser to the IP address of your DM box.
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201
1) **Web-X-TV** the most common way of doing it, this uses the ZapStream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so well.
1) **Vpid** - the old way of doing back to a VLC client on your PC
1) **VLC** - directly addressing Zap Stream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box and no web browser required.
==Option 3 - Zap Stream / vlc==
Deletions:
You need to know the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM Box. //Most important//
Open your web browser to the IP address of your DM box.
In this example below we will use the IP address of 192.168.1.201
1) Web-X-TV the most common way of doing it, this uses the ZapStream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so well.
1) Vpid - the old way of doing back to a VLC client on your PC
1) VLC - directly addressing ZapStream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box and no web browser required.
==Option 3 - ZapStream / vlc==


Revision [611]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:27:37 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Deletions:
1)


Revision [610]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:26:06 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
1)
**Now we have there (3) options for streaming from your DM box back to your PC or other device.**
==Option 1 - Web-X-TV==
==Option 2 - Vpid / vlc==
==Option 3 - ZapStream / vlc==
==How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)==
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this setup again.
Deletions:
Now we have there (3) options for streaming from your DM box back to your PC or other device.
**Option 1 - Web-X-TV**
**Option 2 - Vpid / vlc**
**Option 3 - ZapStream / vlc**
=====How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)=====
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the IP of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this again.


Revision [609]

Edited on 2008-06-01 17:23:13 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
Additions:
===How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - Windows Version)===
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==Howto do it==
You need to know the **[[GenericSystemNetwork IP address]]** of your DM Box. //Most important//
Open your web browser to the IP address of your DM box.
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=====How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - Windows Version)=====
**Howto do it**
You need to know the IP address of your DM Box. //Most important//
Open your web browser to this address of your DM box.


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=====How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - MAC or Linux Version)=====
Users of both the MAC and Linux boxes, can use the VLC applications as shown above if you want to. Here we will look at other ways of doing it, mainly using an application called "Mplayer" which comes as standard on both distro's (MAC and most flavours of Linux).
This mini howto assumes;
- You have mplayer installed on your MAC
- You have mplayer installed on your Linux box
If you are using **OSX** then try this from terminal (bash)
%%mplayer -ac mad "$(wget -q -O - http://root:dreambox@192.168.1.100/video.m3u)"%%
Or if you use **Unix/linux** with say KDE try this from shell
%%mplayer -ac mad -ao sdl "$(wget -q -O - http://root:dreambox@192.168.1.100/video.m3u)"%%
Make sure you change the example IP address 192.168.1.100 to the IP of your DM box. However each time you zap / change channel, you will want to run this again.


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1)You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer [[http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Click here]]
Now we have there (3) options for streaming from your DM box back to your PC or other device.
1) Web-X-TV the most common way of doing it, this uses the ZapStream application which is part of our PLi® image that you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so well.
1) VLC - directly addressing ZapStream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box and no web browser required.
**//Back to//**
[[Generic Streaming Howtos]] : [[DM500 DM500]] : [[DM500plus DM500+]] : [[DM56xx DM56xx]] : [[DM600 DM600]] : [[DM7000 DM7000]] : [[DM7020 DM7020]] : [[DM7025 DM7025]] : [[DM800 DM800]]
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1)You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Click here]]
Now we have there (3) options for streaming from our DM box back to our PC or other device.
1) Web-X-TV the most common way of doing it using ZapStream which is part of your PLi® image you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so good.
1) VLC - directly addressing ZapStream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box
The downside of this option is you have click on the vpid link every time you change channel. Unlike the WEB-X-TV option that follows your DM box.


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You do not need a web browser to take advantage of this PLi® feature. To many this is a plus (not having to use a web browser), and I for one use it to play music from DM box on my desktop when I am in the office. Who needs MP3's when there is so much great satellite radio out there //(just my personal comment)//.
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You will now see VLC playing the video and audio stream from your DM box. Remember when you change channel on your DM box the stream will also change for you automatically.
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_zap.jpg"}}
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You do not need a web browser to take advantage of the PLi® feature. To many this is a plus, and I for one use to play music from DM box on my desktop when I am in the office.


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The downside of this option is you have click on the vpid link every time you change channel. Unlike the WEB-X-TV option that follows your DM box.
**Option 3 - ZapStream / vlc**
You do not need a web browser to take advantage of the PLi® feature. To many this is a plus, and I for one use to play music from DM box on my desktop when I am in the office.
Open VLC on your desk top
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc.jpg"}}
Now select the Network option as shown below
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_net.jpg"}}
Now input the details as shown below.
- The IP address of your DM box
- Important: the port number **31344** or ZapStream port on your DM box
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vlc_net1.jpg"}}


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From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **Web-X-TV** and then it will start playing in your web browser as shown in the example below.
You can also change bouquets and channels from here.
**Option 2 - Vpid / vlc**
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **VPid link** and then it will ask you to open VLC and start playing in VLC on your desktop
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/vpid_vlc.jpg"}}
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From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **Web-X-TV** and then it will start playing as shown in the example below.


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Edited on 2008-05-29 16:24:23 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
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=====How to stream my DM box to my computer (All DM models - Windows Version)=====
1)You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Click here]]
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/webif.jpg"}}
Now we have there (3) options for streaming from our DM box back to our PC or other device.
1) Web-X-TV the most common way of doing it using ZapStream which is part of your PLi® image you are using. This is why PLi® images stream over the local network so good.
1) Vpid - the old way of doing back to a VLC client on your PC
1) VLC - directly addressing ZapStream on your DM box, which also follows the channels selected on the DM box
**Option 1 - Web-X-TV**
From the web interface (also called webif) above simply click on **Web-X-TV** and then it will start playing as shown in the example below.
{{image alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/webxtv.jpg"}}
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=====How to stream my DM box to my computer (Windows Version)=====
1)You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Click here to dowload VLC]]
{{image class alt="PLi" title="PLi" url="http://www.jsat.tv/pli/webif.jpg"}}


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Edited on 2008-05-29 16:14:16 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
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1)You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Click here to dowload VLC]]
1) [[http://www.jsat.tv/nz/vlc/index.htm.html You can see a flash movie on Howto install VLC here]] Make sure you follow all the steps.
Deletions:
1) [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer]]
1) [[http://www.jsat.tv/nz/stream/index.htm.html You can see a flash movie on Howto do install VLC here]] Make sure you follow all the steps.


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1) A web browser - Firefox is recommended however Internet Explorer (Version 7 up) does work with limited success
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1) A web browser - Firefox is recommended however Internet Explorer (Version 7 up) does work with limited sucess


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Edited on 2008-05-29 16:11:09 by jonc [Zap Stream => Zapstream]
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1) [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ You will need to download and install the application called VLC on your computer]]
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1) [[ http://www.videolan.org/vlc/ Please download and install the application called "VLC" on your computer]] if you have not already done so.


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