SichboPVR is a hardware-accelerated TV application that is designed to work with DVB-T, DVB-S and ATSC tuners and provide a fun and exciting television viewing experience.
Designed with a clean and simple UI your grandmother could use. SichboPVR v3 was built from the ground up with a custom Direct3D video presentation and user interface framework for smooth-as-butter DXVA2 video and sharp scalable graphic composition.
All your usual DVR functionality.
Advanced DVB transponder Explorer and centralized DVB PSI mesh lets you find and share local frequencies.
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Thanks once again to Steve for testing everything in this release and providing lots of helpful feature suggestions. Thanks as well go out to Kay for debugging SAT>IP and getting it working on actual hardware.
Note that mileage in terms of timeshift seeking on dlna players will vary. My Samsung bluray won't seek at all, neither will XBMC or Windows Media Player, but a relatively modern (2013) Sony Bravia TV media player supports it OK-ish, even though it doesn't really implement the DLNA spec "sliding window" correctly. At bare minimum, most players should be able to at least watch live tv and pause/resume. UPnP EPG containers are implemented but the only client I'm aware of that supports UPnP EPG is SichboPVR itself. Evidently you can now run SichboPVR as a background server and then configure thin clients on your home network to sync with it. DLNA Recording Service is disabled for time being though. There's also an "Add firewall rule" under Setup > Network so it can automatically fix the windows firewall rule with each new version update.
The list below is based on live user telemetry.
Device makers are notoriously bad at writing compliant bda drivers. If SichboPVR doesn't lock any frequencies, or if it locks and no channels are found, you should complain to your vendor. Feel free to have vendors e-mail me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can assist them with debugging.
Devices having an OK sign should be alright, assuming that you're running the same reported OS and particular vendor drivers. Devices with an exclamation sign have never successfully scanned in channels. Neither indicator is 100% accurate but this is merely intended as a rough guide. The reason for no lock could be signal related. If an 'OK' device doesn't work for you, contact the vendor for different drivers.
Digits after each device indicate the number of positive or negative telemetry scans that I've received.