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# will be replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend.
 
# will be replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend.
 
#command=
 
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# If [TUNER/ondatastart] is provided, it will be executed as soon
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# as data is seen from the [RECORDER/command] stdout. This can be
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# used to do any final cleanup of the tunning operation.
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#ondatastart="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --leftplay 2"
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# if [TUNER/newepisodecommand] is provided, it will be executed
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# if a new episoded is starting up on the channel that is already
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# tuned. In other words, if [TUNER/command] is skipped because
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# the current channel is already correct, this will be executed
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# instead.
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#newepisodecommand="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --touch %CHANNUM%"
  
 
# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
 
# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
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ICON=/home/mythtv/icon2.jpg
 
ICON=/home/mythtv/icon2.jpg
 
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==== IP Encoder Example ====
 
==== IP Encoder Example ====
 
If using a Roku as the STB (Set Top Box), then [https://pypi.org/project/roku/] may be of interest.
 
If using a Roku as the STB (Set Top Box), then [https://pypi.org/project/roku/] may be of interest.

Revision as of 22:27, 25 May 2020

vlc Example

vlc.conf
[RECORDER]
# The recorder command to execute.  %URL% is optional, and
# will be replaced with the channel's "URL" as defined in the
# [TUNER/channels] (channel conf) configuration file
command="cvlc \"%URL%\" --sout \"#std{mux=ts,access=file,dst=-}\""

# Optional cleanup command which is executed when this recorder is shut down
cleanup="/home/mythtv/bin/input-finished.sh"

# Used in logging events, %ARG% are replaced from the channel info
desc=cvlc \"%URL%\" \"%CHANNUM%\" \"%CHANNAME%\" \"%CALLSIGN%\"

[TUNER]
# An optional CONF file which provides channel details.
channels=vlc-channels.conf

# If [TUNER/command] is provided, it will be executed to "tune" the
# channel. A %URL% parameter will be substituted with the "URL" as
# defined in the [TUNER/channels] configuration file. %CHANNUM% will be
# replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend
#command="/home/mythtv/bin/tune-channel.sh %URL% %CHANNUM%"

# If [TUNER/ondatastart] is provided, it will be executed as soon
# as data is seen from the [RECORDER/command] stdout. This can be
# used to do any final cleanup of the tunning operation.
#ondatastart="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --leftplay 2"

# if [TUNER/newepisodecommand] is provided, it will be executed
# if a new episoded is starting up on the channel that is already
# tuned. In other words, if [TUNER/command] is skipped because
# the current channel is already correct, this will be executed
# instead.
#newepisodecommand="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --touch %CHANNUM%"


# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
#timeout=


[SCANNER]
# When MythTV scans for channels, The contents of the [TUNER/channels]
# config file are used to populate MythTV's channel information.
# If a command is provided here, it will be executed first, so it can
# populate the [TUNER/channels] config file
#command=/home/myth/bin/scan.sh "%CHANCONF%"

# Timeout for scan command in msecs
#timeout=60000

vlc-channel.conf
[2]
NAME=Second Channel
CALLSIGN=Second
XMLTVID=
URL="https://manifest.auditude.com/auditude/variant/samsung_pet_collective/aHR0cDovL21hbmlmZXN0Lnd1cmwuY29tL2NoYW5uZWxzL3NhbXN1bmcvdGhlX3BldF9jb2xsZWN0aXZlX2xpbmVhcl8vcGxheWxpc3QubTN1OA==.m3u8?u=19287a324825cc5aacb7e46183c72324&z=268729&g=1000003&k=channel_id=227516;page_url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.wurl.com%252Fwatch%252Fpet_collective;dnt=0;wurl_channel=91;distributor=samsung&ptcueformat=turner&pttrackingmode=sstm&pttrackingversion=v2&__sid__=abcdeab"
ICON=/home/mythtv/etc/second-channel-icon.jpg

[3]
NAME=Third channel
CALLSIGN=Third
XMLTVID=
URL=/mythtv/1/TV/1071_20180817030000.ts

youtube Example

youtube.conf
[RECORDER]
# The recorder command to execute.  %URL% is optional, and
# will be replaced with the channel's "URL" as defined in the
# [TUNER/channels] (channel conf) configuration file

command="/usr/bin/youtube-dl --hls-use-mpegts --ffmpeg-location /opt/ffmpeg/bin --external-downloader-args \"-hide_banner -nostats -loglevel panic -re\" -o - \"%URL%\""

# Optional cleanup command which is executed when this recorder is shut down
cleanup="/home/mythtv/bin/input-finished.sh"

# Used in logging events, %ARG% are replaced from the channel info
desc=Twitch \"%URL%\" \"%CHANNUM%\" \"%CHANNAME%\" \"%CALLSIGN%\"

[TUNER]
# An optional CONF file which provides channel details.
channels=youtube-channels.conf

# If [TUNER/command] is provided, it will be executed to "tune" the
# channel. A %URL% parameter will be substituted with the "URL" as
# defined in the [TUNER/channels] configuration file. %CHANNUM%
# will be replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend.
#command=

# If [TUNER/ondatastart] is provided, it will be executed as soon
# as data is seen from the [RECORDER/command] stdout. This can be
# used to do any final cleanup of the tunning operation.
#ondatastart="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --leftplay 2"

# if [TUNER/newepisodecommand] is provided, it will be executed
# if a new episoded is starting up on the channel that is already
# tuned. In other words, if [TUNER/command] is skipped because
# the current channel is already correct, this will be executed
# instead.
#newepisodecommand="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --touch %CHANNUM%"

# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
#timeout=

[SCANNER]
# When MythTV scans for channels, The contents of the [TUNER/channels]
# config file are used to populate MythTV's channel information.
# If a command is provided here, it will be executed first, so it can
# populate the [TUNER/channels] config file
#command=/home/mythtv/bin/scan.sh "%CHANCONF%"

# Timeout for scan command in msecs
#timeout=60000
youtube-channel.conf
[1]
NAME=Twitch Arcade Cloud
CALLSIGN=ArcadeCloud
XMLTVID=
URL=https://www.twitch.tv/arcadecloud
ICON=/home/mythtv/etc/some-icon.jpg

[2]
NAME=Twitch Buzzr
CALLSIGN=Buzzr
XMLTVID=
URL=https://www.twitch.tv/buzzr

[3]
NAME=Twitch Cosmos
CALLSIGN=Cosmos
XMLTVID=
URL=https://www.twitch.tv/cosmos

[4]
NAME=Twitch Eleven Sports Next
CALLSIGN=11SportsNext
XMLTVID=
URL=https://www.twitch.tv/elevensportsnext

[5]
NAME=Twitch Fail Army
CALLSIGN=FailArmy
XMLTVID=
URL=https://www.twitch.tv/failarmy

ffmpeg Example

ffmpeg.conf
[RECORDER]
# The recorder command to execute.  %URL% is optional, and
# will be replaced with the channel's "URL" as defined in the
# [TUNER/channels] (channel conf) configuration file
command=/opt/ffmpeg/bin/ffmpeg -hide_banner -nostats -loglevel panic -re -i \"%URL%\" -c:v copy -c:a copy -f mpegts -

# Optional cleanup command which is executed when this recorder is shut down
cleanup="/home/mythtv/bin/input-finished.sh"

# Used in logging events
desc=ffmpeg \"%URL%\" \"%CHANNUM%\" \"%CHANNAME%\" \"%CALLSIGN%\"

[TUNER]
# An optional CONF file which provides channel details.
channels=ffmpeg-channels.conf

# If [TUNER/command] is provided, it will be executed to "tune" the
# channel. A %URL% parameter will be substituted with the "URL" as
# defined in the [TUNER/channels] configuration file. %CHANNUM%
# will be replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend.
#command=


# If [TUNER/ondatastart] is provided, it will be executed as soon
# as data is seen from the [RECORDER/command] stdout. This can be
# used to do any final cleanup of the tunning operation.
#ondatastart="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --leftplay 2"

# if [TUNER/newepisodecommand] is provided, it will be executed
# if a new episoded is starting up on the channel that is already
# tuned. In other words, if [TUNER/command] is skipped because
# the current channel is already correct, this will be executed
# instead.
#newepisodecommand="/home/mythtv/bin/control.py --touch %CHANNUM%"

# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
#timeout=

[SCANNER]
# When MythTV scans for channels, The contents of the [TUNER/channels]
# config file are used to populate MythTV's channel information.
# If a command is provided here, it will be executed first, so it can
# populate the [TUNER/channels] config file
#command=/home/myth/bin/scan.sh "%CHANCONF%"

# Timeout for scan command in msecs
#timeout=60000
ffmpeg-channel.conf
[1]
NAME=Test Channel 1
CALLSIGN=TEST1
XMLTVID=
URL=/mythtv/1/TV/60004_20181016040000.ts
ICON=/home/mythtv/icon1.jpg

[2]
NAME=Test Channel 2
CALLSIGN=TEST2
XMLTVID=
URL=/mythtv/1/TV/50002_20181015070000.ts
ICON=/home/mythtv/icon2.jpg

IP Encoder Example

If using a Roku as the STB (Set Top Box), then [1] may be of interest.

encoder.conf
[RECORDER]
# The recorder command to execute.  %URL% is optional, and
# will be replaced with the channel's "URL" as defined in the
# [TUNER/channels] (channel conf) configuration file
command="curl --silent http://uhe2654/12.ts"
cleanup="/home/mythtv/bin/roku-control.py --debug --roku roku1 --reset"

# Used in logging events, %ARG% are replaced from the channel info
desc="Roku1"

[TUNER]
# An optional CONF file which provides channel details.
#channels=

# If [TUNER/command] is provided, it will be executed to "tune" the
# channel. A %URL% parameter will be substituted with the "URL" as
# defined in the [TUNER/channels] configuration file. %CHANNUM%
# will be replaced with the channum provided by mythbackend.
command="/home/mythtv/bin/roku-control.py --debug --roku roku1 --set-channel %CHANNUM%"

# Timeout for changing channels in msecs
timeout=30000


[SCANNER]
# When MythTV scans for channels, The contents of the [TUNER/channels]
# config file are used to populate MythTV's channel information.
# If a command is provided here, it will be executed first, so it can
# populate the [TUNER/channels] config file
#command=/home/myth/bin/scan.sh "%CHANCONF%"

# Timeout for scan command in msecs
#timeout=60000