can you show me any real time exampleShort answer: no.
Long answer: maybe, but difficult, and even if you did the video stream would not be web browser compliant unless you converted it. You would also need to be aware that doing so infringes the broadcasters' copyright and they would be down on you like a ton of bricks.
OP says he has a Foxsat-HD not a Foxsat-HDR.No, of course not. I said it would be difficult.
If you are masochistic enough to try:
- Install Nowster's Patch;
- Install Custom Firmware and get SMB (or NFS) network access to the file system using samba (or nfs-utils);
- Forward a .ts recording file to whatever process you are thinking of serving from. If you want the live stream, you need file 0.ts (but be aware it's a circular buffer and not a linear file, so you will need to write some access code to work out where to start reading from).
So he/she does! Not that it makes any differenceOP says he has a Foxsat-HD not a Foxsat-HDR.
How do you install Nowsters patch on a satellite box that cannot record.So he/she does! Not that it makes any difference
That's not what I was getting at. I can't foresee the project succeeding regardless of it not being a FOXSAT-HDR.
I did acknowledge my error, and there's no call for you to imply that I didn't.All you had to do was acknowledge your error instead of...
So he/she does!
I did acknowledge my error, and there's no call for you to imply that I didn't.
The point is the OP has a ridiculous expectation, but I contemplated how it might be achieved having (incorrectly, I agree) envisaged FOXSAT-HDR. The idea it might be possible using a FOXSAT-HD is even more ludicrous, which is why that wasn't in my mind.