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pecinko
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Re: TVHeadend?

Post by pecinko » 28 Oct 2018, 10:55

KodiFan2018 wrote:
28 Oct 2018, 05:13
amet wrote:
27 Oct 2018, 12:26
There is only one pvr addon instance , tvheadend backend can accept muxes from another backend.

We do not plan to support more than one pvr addon for now.
I was going to buy an AppleTV 4K just for this program, but not being able to connect to both my backends is a deal breaker for me. Thanks for the info though.
Another thing you might want to try is making 2 profiles (separate users) in Mrmc. Then, switching users would switch to a different tv backend, assuming that you configure each user tv settings to connect to a different tv backend.

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Re: TVHeadend?

Post by Ted377 » 28 Oct 2018, 10:56

pecinko wrote:
28 Oct 2018, 10:55
KodiFan2018 wrote:
28 Oct 2018, 05:13
amet wrote:
27 Oct 2018, 12:26
There is only one pvr addon instance , tvheadend backend can accept muxes from another backend.

We do not plan to support more than one pvr addon for now.
I was going to buy an AppleTV 4K just for this program, but not being able to connect to both my backends is a deal breaker for me. Thanks for the info though.
Another thing you might want to try is making 2 profiles (separate users) in Mrmc. Then, switching users would switch to a different tv backend, assuming that you configure each user tv settings to connect to a different tv backend.
I had already suggested that. Is probably not an option for him.
SET-TOP-BOX: Apple TV 4
FW: tvOS 12.1
Front-End: MrMC v2.7.0
SET-TOP-BOX: Apple TV 4K
FW: tvOS 12.1.1
Front-End: MrMC v2.7.1
NAS: QNAP TS-231P
Back-End: TVHeadend/PLEX
TUNER: XORO SAT>IP Server 8100
SATELLITE DISH: SELFSAT H22DQ+

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Re: TVHeadend?

Post by Montoya » 30 Oct 2018, 12:42

KodiFan2018 wrote:
27 Oct 2018, 04:39
I have 2 TVHeadend Backends and I want to connect to both at the same time.
Other option:
Run a 3rd backend (DVBLink, TVMosaic, TVHeadend whatever...) and import and setup your m3u playlist from those two TVHeadend backends in the 3rd one and let MrMC on your Apple TV 4K only connect to your 3rd backend if you want to use all of it, in ONE MrMC profile...
Apple TV 4K 64GB tvOS 12.1 (16J602), Win10 Pro x64 1809 build17763.55
DVBLink server 6.0.0 build14499, DVBLink TVSource 6.0.0 build14061, DVBLink for IPTV build 13107
TVMosaic server build 16828, Emby server build 3.6.0.65 beta

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Re: TVHeadend?

Post by amet » 30 Oct 2018, 12:46

I have done 2 tvheadend backends before into MrMC... import the mux from one into the second one and add services and map channels... worked here a year or so ago

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Re: TVHeadend?

Post by Montoya » 30 Oct 2018, 12:49

amet wrote:
30 Oct 2018, 12:46
I have done 2 tvheadend backends before into MrMC... import the mux from one into the second one and add services and map channels... worked here a year or so ago
Perhaps those 2 backends are not his :D
Apple TV 4K 64GB tvOS 12.1 (16J602), Win10 Pro x64 1809 build17763.55
DVBLink server 6.0.0 build14499, DVBLink TVSource 6.0.0 build14061, DVBLink for IPTV build 13107
TVMosaic server build 16828, Emby server build 3.6.0.65 beta

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