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Model: HDHR3-US[/size] Device ID: 103775E4[/size] Firmware: 20170930[/size] Unable to stream live TV at all. In the logs I'm seeing a lot of the error below. Any idea what is causing the native Live TV module to error when trying to connect to the tuner? 2018-02-02 19:04:19.726 Info HttpClient: GET: http://192.168.10.6/discover.json 2018-02-02 19:04:19.732 Error HttpClient: Error getting response from http://192.168.10.6/discover.json *** Error Report *** Version: 184.108.40.206 Command line: C:\Users\Emby\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\system\EmbyServer.dll C:\Users\Emby\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\system\MediaBrowser.ServerApplication.exe -service Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.2.9200.0 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True User Interactive: True Processor count: 6 Program data path: C:\Users\Emby\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server Application directory: C:\Users\Emby\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\system System.Net.Http.HttpRequestException: An error occurred while sending the request. ---> System.Net.Http.WinHttpException: Illegal operation attempted on a registry key that has been marked for deletion
To get legacy HDHomeRun Units (HDHR-US, HDHR3-US etc.) to work within Emby do the following: 1 - Minimum firmware required is: 20161117 latest is always best. Find it here: https://www.silicondust.com/support/downloads/ 2 - Install the HDHomeRun software on your system. - I chose "Default" BDA compatibility mode - Perform a channel scan from within the HDHomeRun software, before beginning the scan use the pull down menu to select the legacy tuner. - When the scan is complete click "Apply" this will generate a new "Digital Cable.xml" or "Digital Antenna.xml" and send the data to Silicondust for use by the tuners. 3 - Open the Emby (v3.2.7 and later) dashboard - There is currently no automatic discovery so you will have to set it up by entering the IP address on the tuner setup page (Manage Server->Live TV->+Add). - Check "Enable this tuner" - on the Add Tuner page - Click "Save" - Once you click save Emby should kick off a "Refresh Guide" task. Let it complete. - Map the new - un-mapped channels under Live TV->Guide Providers - this will kick off another "Refresh Guide" task, let it complete. 4 - Followed all the instructions but get a black screen or maybe spinning circle when tuning? Try allowing UDP:// through the firewall for the tuner connection(s). That is it. Notes: There is currently no ability that I know of to disable any channel on these units. If I am wrong in that assumption please let everyone know how you did it. For me I only had to map a few channels 15+/-. The rest of the channels (this is a guess on my part) were previously mapped. You MUST install the HDHomeRun software and do a fresh scan for it all to work. Post from Silcondust that might be helpful: https://forum.silicondust.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=92&t=43986 I compiled this info from several posts/users here on the forum. My thanks to all of them. Big thanks to @@sle118 for getting this ball rolling and @@Luke for making it happen, I am sure others were helpful too - Great, fast work guys!
I wanted to share my experimentation with an old generation HDHR3-US (HDHomeRun) which is an NON DLNA device. My goal is to try and centralize all video related activities to emby as much as possible, and that includes better integration with "Live TV", auto-transcode, etc. Being stuck with an older gen HDHomeRun, I was previously relying on the good old NextPVR for the recording piece. It turns out that the more recent versions of NextPVR now has a feature which enables it to "proxy" the streams as DLNA! So here is what I did : 1- Point emby to new live tv tuner M3U source: http://nextpvr_server:8866/channels 2- Share the xmltv file which I had setup for the NextPRV server 3- Point the XMLTV provider in emby to this shared file 4- Map channels from the m3u tuner to the xmltv channels 5- Remove NextPVR Plugin 6- Cancel NextPVR Recordings 7- Schedule recordings in emby 8- Setup auto-transcode options, etc It's not the most efficient method to record, as the video stream had to be read by the NextPvr host, which streams it over to the emby server, but my 2 servers are on a 1gbps switch so this won't hurt internet browsing (even at 30mbps). I wonder if there are ways to setup VLC or some other software locally to avoid the 2 hops. Anyhow, I'll see how this works (or not) in the long run...!