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habs

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Does your tv show up as a upnp device on your network ?
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the NASA Mux that moved over to 127W also have a 4K feed on it.
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Does your tv show up as a upnp device on your network ?


yes...

UPnP (Universal Plug and Play), also known as multicast, allows for the discovery of UPnP enabled devices on the same Wi-Fi network.  My router has those necessary ports open and I own laptops and phones that can detect the TV

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i just went through this.  I use Smartdvb to http stream to kodi which is running on the tv itself. Works well.


what is your tv model?
when i stream 4k to kodi on my tv the decoding is done is software, so the performance is terrible.  
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Don't use kodi, use SPMC it's optimized for the Android platform and allows the user to leverage the hardware decoding on their devices, in our case our tv's. It's available in the Playstore.

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EDIT: first try using the "Play to..." feature in Kodi by pulling up the context menu on the stream link and click your TV model if it shows up there. I just went straight to SPMC myself but see if that helps first maybe.
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yes...

UPnP (Universal Plug and Play), also known as multicast, allows for the discovery of UPnP enabled devices on the same Wi-Fi network.  My router has those necessary ports open and I own laptops and phones that can detect the TV



You may also be able to get it to work using the "Play to..." feature in kodi. See above post.
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what is your tv model?
when i stream 4k to kodi on my tv the decoding is done is software, so the performance is terrible.  


e55u-d2 vizio

I have been able to CAST 4k from youtube via my phone... The phone is just the remote because I have turned off the phone in the middle of he video and the TV will keep playing the entire video (so packets are going directly from internet to TV).

I find it crazy I can get 4k channels via DVB and know they exist in TSREADER and I can play 4k videos from youtube, but I can't watch 4k satellite channels.  Seems like I should be able to avoid the whole needing a PC with great graphics card solution.

I'll try kodi tonight

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Don't use kodi, use SPMC it's optimized for the Android platform and allows the user to leverage the hardware decoding on their devices, in our case our tv's. It's available in the Playstore.

XBR65X900C

EDIT: first try using the "Play to..." feature in Kodi by pulling up the context menu on the stream link and click your TV model if it shows up there. I just went straight to SPMC myself but see if that helps first maybe.


wicked..thanks!  gonna give it a whirl tonight.
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Chris.... i finally downloaded Madvr and got it installed., When I switched to it as my renderer, the feed stumbbled, froze etc.. So i went back to what worked. I little research a plethora of settings that can be applied. After reading through them, I concluded that i didn't understand any of the terminology and best settings to use. They really need a guide that just says OK... here is a list of settings that are best. Anyhow, with your help, I'm watching 4k feeds now.  
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Dave that's good. Your last setup I believe was DXVA2 with your GTX is that what works the best?
Did you try Nvidea Cuvid with MadVR  or were you stuck on DXVA2?
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Chris... I switched to the NVIDEA Cuvid with MadVR and the feed slowed way down and lost color.... So, I put it back to DXVA2 copyback with vmr9 or enhanced video renderer and all is back to normal
I'm sure there is a setting with MadVr that I'm missing but i don't even know where the setting are accessed. 
I think the next step is to experiment with my TV's resolution and see how that goes. 
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Go with what works and thanks for the feedback.
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