HDHomeRun Mux Question

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Kamata
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HDHomeRun Mux Question

Post by Kamata » Fri Jun 28, 2019 3:13 am

Got my HDHomerun setup and configured in GBPVR without issue.

I noticed that my first recording from the tunner is being saved in the MS DVR-MS format. Which (from my past experience) is not the most desireable Mux to use.

My question is....what is the best Mux to use? The majority of my recordings are watched these days via the PCH A100.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Is there anybody who has (or used to have) both the new Nikon D850 AND D3 or D4 or D5 https://cameravs.com/Nikon-D4-vs-Nikon-D5 ?

I am just wondering how similar the Autofocus in LOW LIGHT in the D850 compared to one of the Nikon D3, 4, 5 flagship cameras. Is AF same; accurate and fast for low light action, wedding reception dancing, etc? Who know what result nikon d4 vs d5?

Thanks so much!
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Re: HDHomeRun Mux Question

Post by ACraigo » Fri Jun 28, 2019 4:42 am

The HDHR output file is going to be a Transport Stream - filename.ts
What's in the .ts container depends on your unit. Some units can convert the MPEG-2 video stream you'll get for OTA stations to H.264, but the container is, I think, still going to be a .ts file.

If the .ts file is the holdup, MCEBuddy can remux/convert/etc. to almost anything you want so you do have some options albeit the difficulty/hassle/equipment factor increases as your needs do.

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Re: HDHomeRun Mux Question

Post by jasonl » Sat Jun 29, 2019 3:39 pm

GBPVR? Did the forum somehow unearth a post from 2009?

The broadcast is transmitted as MPEG TS, and the HDHomeRun outputs MPEG TS, and that's probably the best option unless you're trying to watch on something that doesn't support MPEG TS.

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