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    Default Progdvb network server help.


    did anyone get progdvb to stream over local network with no problem?
    everytime i get it to work for a few times then it doesnt work anymore. I tried progmedia server home and also videoserver and client 1.4 and still no luck. So i wonder if there is any other program can allow me to stream from skystar2 over local network and still can use plug-ins like vplug.
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    be warned that you can only watch a single channel on either end (server and remote connection) once you change channels from either the server or remote viewer, you may experience crashes due to network load (hope your router is up to speed).

    On your PC containing the DVB cards, enable the broadcast server as follows:

    1. Click the Settings menu and select 'Module List'
    2. Tick 'Broadcast server' if not already ticked and click 'OK'.
    3. Click the Service menu and select 'Broadcast server'
    4. Enter the IP address of your laptop into the Net IP field and click 'OK'.

    Now, make an identical copy of your ProgDVB folder from your PC to the network computer or laptop (back up the original first). This will ensure the channel lists and settings are identical.

    Finally, on your network computer or laptop, change the configuration as follows:

    1. Click the Settings menu and select 'Module List'
    2. Uncheck 'Broadcast server' and click 'OK
    3. Click the Settings menu and select 'Device List'
    4. Select 'Broadcast client' and click 'Properties'
    5. Enter the IP address of your PC containing the DVB cards in the 'Server IP' field and click 'OK' to both dialogues.

    also be warned that sometimes you may get directshow errors, so make sure your codecs are up to date and functional. alternatively, you may view the stream using VLC.
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    VLC is also handy use. No more much detailing in that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by member91040 View Post
    VLC is also handy use. No more much detailing in that.
    can you please explain how to get VLC to work with ss2?
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimoawi View Post
    can you please explain how to get VLC to work with ss2?
    thanks
    Here is you answer...!

    _http://www.engadget.com/2005/11/29/how-to-stream-almost-anything-using-vlc/

    _http://www.faqs.org/docs/Linux-HOWTO/VideoLAN-HOWTO.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by member91040 View Post
    VLC is also handy use. No more much detailing in that.
    the only caveat for VLC is that you cannot change the channels remotely. serving, yes. viewing, yes. changing channels, NO.
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