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I had that problem]numbers], and ran a malware "cleaner".  That fixed the problem.  Jess out in California
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O do not have a malware cleaner adn my computer is not infected with javascript
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You can get one of Rick's Icecrypt receivers [at least I know the S3750CHD receiver will do it] and forward the video on your home network and then view the video on a PC using the VLC plugin. 
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You can get one of Rick's Icecrypt receivers [at least I know the S3750CHD receiver will do it] and forward the video on your home network and then view the video on a PC using the VLC plugin. 



Is that function in the menu of the STB?  I wonder if any other receivers can do the same?



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The Icecrypt has an internal webserver built into the STB.  You have to turn that on through a menu selection and then log into the webserver with a 192.168.1.xxx address with your computer.  Once you log in you can forward the video.  I've done it once to make sure that it will work but have only had the box for a few weeks and haven't come across a 4:2:2 feed that I want to see.

This function was discussed on one of the Icecrypt threads by others so maybe someone else will chime it.  I know the model I have will do it but don't know if the cheaper one will or not.  Rick might know.

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Was discussed here by another member;  http://rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com/post/show_single_post?pid=1294447053&postcount=17&forum=568068

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This does work with the 3750. I've tried it with the Spark side just to see, it's been a good while back, but it does work. I think it's called WEBTV or something like that? I primarily use the other boot (enigma2) with the 3750 for openatv-6.0 sparktriplex, it works with the Open-Webif with it. So you can see 4.2.2 on the computer through this method. Just put your 3750's IP onto the computers url line, or whatever you call it? At the top of page that should have "rickcaylor.websitetoolbox.com... etc.. etc.. etc.." right now, if you're reading this?
GOOD LUCK !!!

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What kind of networ are you tlaing about here? I have never been able to get a video to play on my compter so I do not thiink that would help.
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My Azbox cant handle the new CW feeds in 4.2.2. MPEG 4 and been told CBS will soon be that way!


Looks like CBS has started using 4:2:2 H.264 in this mux:

Galaxy 19
4100 H 29860
DVB-S2 8spk
9/10 FEC
Pilot Off

Four channels using 4:2:2 H.264
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I think that's CW. At night there is another feed on g28.
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Both SmartDVB and EBSPro/VLC show 4100 as MP2 video here. Maybe it switches back and fourth between H264 and MPEG2? I would think if they are trying something new or experimenting they would go with H265 4:2:2. With a weak signal and 9/10 FEC it would might as well be scrambled unless one has a 20' dish.

Oops... I retract the above... Just did a rescan and get 4 channels, each one H264. Previously I had scanned in MP2 video channels. At 13dB s/n I am getting the odd bit of breakup.

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Looks like CBS has started using 4:2:2 H.264 in this mux:

Galaxy 19
4100 H 29860
DVB-S2 8spk
9/10 FEC
Pilot Off

Four channels using 4:2:2 H.264
Using my AZBoxME with Open Webif to my computer I'm only getting a busted up video using an already scanned channel for the CW, which I have two scanned in for it. But I do have video and it's on for maybe two seconds and off for maybe one second. I tried to rescan it but while it does lock it won't capture it, I'm guessing maybe the SID or whatever is missing? Also the ME is showing a 66% AGC and 79% SNR. What I was seeing looked like spot commercials for CBS programs.
Although this is just a test of a sort for my curiousity with H264 from the ME? And I'm not getting a reliable picture to watch at this time. I still think it should work for actual programming?
That being said, I usually watch my local CBS station for any CBS programming, and not off the satellite.....

Al

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The above info from my AZBoxME was on my CW East channel, the CW West channel has the PRICE IS RIGHT on, but it also is breaking up....??
Also using Crazyscan with my TBS6908 I get the 4 channels as described with no problems on the computer.....
And DVBDream works with my TBS6925 also....

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I tried streaming from my AZBox Premium to my PC.
I've never used the streaming function before, but I found it was very easy to use.
The CBS feeds freeze occasionally on my PC when I use VLC, but when I use PotPlayer they play fine.

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I will have to give PotPlayer a try. Been using VLC for many years but not really streamed much of anything from my STB's. Since CBS has went beyond the video capabilities of my Az Box I definitely need something that will allow me to view CBS.

No OTA here for the networks just cable and the pie pan satellite folks which I absolutely despise.
OTA's worst HD signal is 10X better than anything the highly compressed tout as HD


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Sometimes you can find good buys on Ebay or Amazon.
I hope that we will find something like Matrox M264 for developers[cool]
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