Tvheadend is a streaming server/relay supporing a variety of sources and multiple output formats. It is primarily intended to be used for receiving TV (DVB, Analog, IPTV) and to transmit it using a number of different output formats to subscribers. Together with powerful DVR (Digital Video Recorder) features, an advanced EPG and a web-interface it can be used as a TV distribution hub.
|Tags||Internet Web HTTP Servers multimedia Sound/Audio Capture/Recording Video Capture|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This is a minor feature/bugfix release. In particular, DVB-S support has been fixed. The most notable feature is the ability to merge two channels into one. This release also marks the beginning of 64-bit Debian package availability.
Release Notes: Lots of UI improvements were made. Decent DiSEqC support (support for LNB switches) and the ability to configure different types of LNBs were added.
Release Notes: A major (if not complete) rewrite. Tvheadend now completely relies on the Web interface for configuration; no more setting files. During the rewrite, both analog and IPTV support have been temporarily removed. The RTSP and XBMSP output streaming support have also been removed. DVB-T/C/S is currently the only available input source. HTSP (for playback to HTS Showtime) and the Digital Video Recorder are the only available output. On the upside, the infrastructure is now multi-threaded to leverage modern multi-core systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor issues in tvheadend when it comes to recording. It also adds the ability to execute a program (or script) after a recording has been completed.