@Bulek: I could use a bit of assistance on how you achieved this. I have tried to setup VLC to serve UDP streams to myth, but with no success. I tweaked the "dreambox how-to" to my needs, but I have not managed to get it working. My setup:
IPBOX sat-reciever that serves http-streams from h**p://ipbox-ip:4000 and channel change via h**p://ipbox-ip/cgi-bin/interfaces&ZAP&Channel-name
Getting vlc deamon to show an active instance is working, but I can not get myth to "tune" to my m3u files, and even when I put in a manual channel it is not working. I have not yet attempted channel change, although it should not be too difficult (allthough it has to be names not channel numbers being sent, or I should use IR, which would be lame since it can be controlled via http...)
Can you give any advise? thanks
Whooh, writing out of memory...
I think I switch streams with vlc to rtsp and then have a channel playlist with those entries in mythtv. Thing worked until my ISP changed to mp4 streams - mythtv doesn't know what to do with them.... Now I only watch mp4 streams on local network from vlc clients...
I can dig up config files, but will need more time...
Edit: Have found files :
in vlm.conf something like this :
# MP4 Part
#EXTINF:1,1 - Channel1
new channel1 vod input udp://@188.8.131.52:5002 mux mp2t enabled
and then in vlc's playlist