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Wireless Networks Thread, Stream TV across the network while giving individual users ability to swap channels in Technical; Originally Posted by elearningsafe Their solution works out to be about 1000 pounds per channel. can you elaborate please ?...
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    Quote Originally Posted by elearningsafe View Post
    Their solution works out to be about 1000 pounds per channel.
    can you elaborate please ?

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    If you want to do home brew then there is a raft of tools concerned with working with digital TV here: DigitalTV/DVB/HDTV - Video software and downloads - VideoHelp.com

    DVScheduler looks promising for this kind of app and it will happily process all channels in a multiplex. If you had 2 cards you can get:

    BBC One, BBC Two, BBC Three, CBBC and BBC News on Mux 1 and
    ITV1, Channel 4, Five, ITV2, Channel 4+1, More 4, E4 and ITV2 + 1 on Mux 2

    The one programme which doesn't seem to handle multiple channels on the same multiplex used to be Windows Media Centre; not sure if that's still the case in Windows 7???

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    You can do this free with MEDIAPORTAL - free media center - Home

    very good
    Regards
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    I asked a similar question a couple of days ago in the general forum and got this cool device recommended to me by ict-lakelands the SiliconDust HD Homerun dual DVB-T Network Tuner

    .::OneVideo::. SiliconDust HD Homerun dual DVB-T

    it's a dvb to network tuner that will work with media centre and they can be pooled together and only cost £130 each!

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    We use the Freewire service : Freewire - Home

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    Quote Originally Posted by HodgeHi View Post
    Hello,

    How would one stream TV across the network and give the end users the ability to choose which channel they watch?

    I have been asked this question by the head and it has got me scratching my head. Surely to do such a thing would require the use of more than one tuner?

    If anyone has managed to do this or knows what gear is needed to do this then any advice would be great.

    I have looked at the slingbox but it only allows playback on one device at any one time.

    Any others that would do the trick?
    Record the programs (I'm sure it's only certain programs the school is interested in?) and upload to youtube, create a website and embed the videos on your own channel pages?

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    I know this is an old thread and I'm not sure if this is quite what you were looking for, but:

    How to stream EVERY channel from Freeview onto your network « The Angry Technician

    Lets you stream freeview from a single PC (in my case a cruddy 6 year old GX280) to all PCs on your LAN running VLC

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