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non port: head/multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-client-setup.c
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Number of commits found: 1

Sat, 26 Mar 2011
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1.427 multimedia/Makefile
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/Makefile
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/distinfo
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-Makefile
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-client-Makefile
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-client-setup.c
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-server-Makefile
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-server-componentIGMP.c
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-server-livestreamer.c
1.1 multimedia/vdr-plugin-streamdev/files/patch-server-recplayer.c

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http://www.linuxtv.org/vdrwiki/index.php/Streamdev-plugin

This PlugIn is a VDR implementation of the VTP (Video Transfer Protocol)
Version 0.0.3 (see file PROTOCOL) and a basic HTTP Streaming Protocol.

It consists of a server and a client part, but both parts are compiled together
with the PlugIn source, but appear as separate PlugIns to VDR.

The client part acts as a full Input Device, so it can be used in conjunction
with a DXR3-Card, XINE, SoftDevice or others to act as a working VDR
installation without any DVB-Hardware including EPG-Handling.

The server part acts as a Receiver-Device and works transparently in the
background within your running VDR. It can serve multiple clients and it can
distribute multiple input streams (i.e. from multiple DVB-cards) to multiple
clients using the native VTP protocol (for VDR-clients), or using the HTTP
protocol supporting clients such as XINE, MPlayer and so on. With XMMS or
WinAMP, you can also listen to radio channels over a HTTP connection.

WWW: http://streamdev.vdr-developer.org/

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