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  1. Greetings All we are proud to announce our 1 year partnership with TBS contest https://www.facebook.com/events/147804838980712/# Like / Write / Post on event's page for qualify into the contest. Best Regards Xtream Codes Staff
  2. What’s MOI Pro -AMD? MOI Pro – AMD is a new professional IPTV streaming server powered by AMD Embedded G-Series SoC, it can receive live TV signal using built-in TV tuners and stream the channels further through Ethernet to various client devices, such as PC, tablet PC, smartphone, and smartTV. With AMD Embedded G-Series SoC inside, MOI Pro – AMD provides more possibilities to IPTV system integrators and TV service operators, it allows you to use not only Linux and Ubuntu, but also Windows. Open source software such as Kodi(XBMC), OpenPCTV and VDR are pre-installed to create a read-to-run platform. MOI PRO-AMD Key Features Live SD/HD TV streaming Based on AMD Embedded G-Series SoC High-performance graphics processing Low power consumption Linux Open Source software support: Kodi( XBMC), OpenPCTV, VDR Supports up to 16 TV tuners (4 TV tuner PCIe cards) of different DVB standard Supports DASH (Desktop and Mobile Architecture for System Hardware) remote management Specifications 1U Chassis (430*320*46mm) Processor AMD® Embedded G-Series SoC (Quad Core, 1.2GHz) Memory 4GB DDR3 1333 Graphics Integrated AMD Radeon™ HD APU AMD® Embedded G-Series SoC Ethernet 2x LAN Gbit / 100 Mbit / 10 Mbit Storage 1 x SATA 6.0 Gb/s SSD 30G mSATA SSD I/O 8-bit programmable LPC 1 x LPC support TPM module 2 x COM HEADER FRONT PANEL POWER SW HEADER RESET SW POWER LED HDD LED Display Interface 1 x HDMI 1 x VGA (The reserved connection) USB 2 x USB 2.0 2 x USB 3.0 Expansion Interface 1 x Full-Size Mini-PCIe (w/USB, PCle x 1 Single) SBC dimension 120 *100 mm Operating Systems Microsoft® Windows 8, Microsoft® Windows 7, Microsoft® Windows® 7/8 embedded Standard, Microsoft® Windows® 7 Embedded Compact Linux, Ubuntu, DVB tuner card support Up to 16 TV tuners (4 TV tuner PCIe cards) Pre-installed software Tvheadend, VDR, MuMuDVB, DVBlast, szap-s2, dvbdate, dvbscan, dvbdstream, dvbsnoop, scan-s2, szap-s2, tzap-t2, LIRC, telnet, ssh, ftp, samba How to install CentOS7 for MOI Pro-AMD: 1. Please download CentOS image from CenOS website: http://www.centos.org/download/ Let’s take CentOS 7 for example 2. Prepare a USB Disk (more than 8G size, After download the image please use Win32 Disk Imager tool burn the Image to your USB Disk. You can download it here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/win32diskimager/ 3. After finished write,unplug the USB from your PC and plug to your MOIPro-AMD.Set the BIOS start from USB device like this: Boot options #1 -> UEFI: USB DISK 3.0 PMAP 4. When boot choose Install CentOS 7, then it will start install the whole system for you. During installation need to ask you input the user name and password some other easy setting. 5. During install any issue with this just send email to our support@tbsdtv.com we will reply you as soon as possible.
  3. Official OpenELEC distro: [beta] OpenELEC 5.95.1 (x86_64) | Generic 64 bit Build TBS Driver upgrade image: 6.0 Beta 1 | OpenELEC-Generic.x86_64-6.0.b1-TBS-1.0.tar or newer Main features: Kodi 15.0 Isengard Beta 1; Video Skip Steps (skip backwards and forwards); remote Power button Suspends and Wakes the machine; serves as a digital video recorder, waking to record and suspending when complete. It’s reliable and boots from cold quickly. What You Will Need TBS 6280 Dual DVB-T2 Card Installed · A Turbosight DVB tuner card installed in your target computer. · The computer running the OpenELEC system needs to be connected to your home network, either with a wired ethernet cable or a wireless connection. · A second computer, connected to the same network, will be used to connect to the OpenELEC system using the Secure Shell (SSH) network protocol. Linux-based operating systems like Ubuntuand Mint have this tool as standard. If your second computer is running Windows, then download the free telnet and ssh client, PuTTY to do the same tasks. This computer will also be used to connect to the tvheadend back end with a web browser to allow configuration of the TV server. The Procedure 1. Download and then install an official OpenELEC distro on your target system. 2. Download a compatible upgrade image that contains the TBS DVB drivers. Copy this to your OpenELEC system and upgrade. 3. Set up tvheadend in Kodi. 4. Configure tvheadend via the web browser graphical user interface (gui). This includes transmitter selection, scanning for channels and channel mapping. 5. Instruct Kodi to unload TBS DVB drivers during Suspend. This prevents the loss of tuner functionality when Kodi is woken from sleep. 1. Selection of Official OpenELEC Distros OpenELEC Download Visit OpenELEC.tv and navigate to the download page and make your decision on either a 32 or 64 bit operating system. Notice the Nvidia Legacy builds that cater for older Nvidia cards. One of my first builds was based on this initial distro because my Nvidia GT430 card was listed as supported. It certainly was, but I found by experimentation that my old GeForce card was also supported in the latest OpenELEC distro too. My advice then is to try the latest version of the OpenELEC distro. If you find that your card is not supported, then restart your project with one of the Nvidia Legacy builds. After all, each release is only ~140Mb and the installation time from USB stick, minimal. My choice: [beta] OpenELEC 5.95.1 (x86_64) | Generic 64 bit Build OpenELEC Installation Guide Once you have your downloaded image, visit the OpenELEC wiki installation instructions and install. Enable SSH Server During the Installation of OpenELEC During installation, ensure that you Enable SSH server per defaultand select Configure SSH and Samba Services in the Kodi set up wizard. OpenELEC Kodi Configure SSH and Samba Services 2. How to Apply OpenELEC Upgrades 2.1 Obtain an OpenELEC image with TBS DVB drivers Kudos to CvH on the OpenELEC forums for providing these images for download and to the people who spent time creating them. Visit: http://openelec.tv/forum/83-dvb-s-s2-support/70750-oe-5-0-6-0-images-for-additional-dvb-drivers then use either Dropbox, OneDrive or the FTP Mirror to download a suitable image containing the drivers for your card. My choice: 6.0 Beta 1 | OpenELEC-Generic.x86_64-6.0.b1-TBS-1.0.tar 6.0 Beta 1 – OpenELEC TBS DVB Image 2.2 Upgrade OpenELEC with TBS DVB drivers Boot your OpenELEC system, ensuring it is connected to your home network. On another computer, open your file manager and navigate to the OpenELEC Update folder, which can be found via a Windows network share:- Network > Windows Network > Workgroup > OpenELEC > Update Navigate to the OpenELEC Update Folder Enter the Update folder and you should find it empty. Copy the upgrade (.tar) image from your computer to this folder. When the copy process is complete, reboot your OpenELEC system by rebooting Kodi. When the system reboots, pay attention to the top left of the screen. You should see: Found new .tar archive. extracting… The OpenELEC system will reboot automatically when the update has been completed. Upon reboot, check that your graphics card hardware is still supported after the upgrade. Navigate to: System > System Info > Video 3. How to Set Up Tvheadend on OpenELEC Media Center Note: Many problems encountered during the set up and configuration of tvheadend can be resolved easily by a simple reboot of Kodi and your OpenELEC system. Sometimes, the changes you make are not recognized until the next reboot. 3.1 Install the tvheadend backend service From the Kodi main menu, navigate: System > Addons > Get Addons (or Install from Repository) > OpenELECMediacenter OS Add-ons > Add-on repository > UnofficialOpenELEC(Generic/x86_64) Add-ons Install the UnofficialOpenELEC(Generic/x86_64) Add-on repository. Go back x3 to update the repository, then:- Get Add-ons (or Install from Repository) > UnofficialOpenELEC(Generic/x86_64) Add-ons > Services > tvheadend Install Enter the tvheadend service Configuration and select the DVB tab. Enable Wait for frontend initialization and chose the Number of adapters to wait for Click OK 3.2 Install the tvheadend client Go back x3 Disabled Add-ons (or My Add-ons) > PVR clients > Tvheadend HTSP Client Click Enable. Return to the Kodi Settings menu. 3.3 Enable Live Tv Navigate to:- Settings > TV > General and click Enabled. Return to the Kodi main menu. IMPORTANT: Reboot your OpenELEC system 4. How to Configure tvheadend 4.1 How to access the tvheadend web configuration page On your other computer, launch a web browser and type the IP address of your OpenELEC machine into the web browser’s address bar with the port suffix used by tvheadend:- 192.168.x.xxx:9981 This should display the graphical user interface configuration page for tvheadend. If you are unsure of your OpenELEC system’s IP address, find it in Kodi by navigating to: System > System Info > Network Tvheadend Web GUI If the tvheadend web page fails to show or asks for a user name and password on the first attempt, then on a Linux machine, open up a terminal window by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T (use PuTTY if you have a Windows operating system). Use a Secure Shell (SSH) to login as the root on your OpenELEC system. Type:- ssh root@192.168.x.xxx The password is:- openelec at this point you have access to your OpenELEC system and have full ability to manage the file system. A list of useful SSH commandscan be found here if you need to do something else. Type:- tvheadend -C and press enter. Go back to your web browser and try to access the tvheadend configuration page once more. If this fails, reboot your OpenELEC system and try again. 4.2 Create a tvheadend user account Configuration > Access Entries > Add and create a user account with complete access to everything. Tvheadend Login Account The default account, without a user name or password can then be deleted to secure your system. Login with your newly created account. 4.3 How to configure tvheadend to scan for channels On the tvheadend web page, navigate to: Configuration > DVB Inputs > TV Adapters tvheadend | Configuration > DVB Inputs > TV adapters Check that your tuner card details are displaying the correct driver details. If they do not appear or are incorrect, then search for another update image that may contain the drivers for your card and try again from Step 2. If all is well, then the first step in this process is to configure the network type. Networks tab > Add tvheadend | Networks Select the network type from the drop-down list. Either IPTV, ATSC, DVB-S, DVB-C or DVB-T Network. Give the network a name (“Freeview” in my example) and select the transmitter from which you receive your broadcast. If yours is not represented, try one of the generic ones at the top of the list likeGeneric auto default. Tvheadend DVB-T Configuration for Freeview My example shows a typical DVB-T Freeview set up for the Mendip transmitter in Bristol. Click Create to complete the network set up. Now click on the TV adapters tab then the first of your tuners. Enable the tuner and rename it if you so wish. At the Networks drop-down menu, select the network that you created in the previous step (“Freeview” in my example). Select any other options that your tuner supports and when done,click Save. Repeat this process if you have more than one tuner. Tvheadend TBS Tuner Configuration Now, go back to the Networks tab and wait for the #Services(channels) to be found. There is no requirement to press any sort of scan button. As soon as the network and tuners are configured, tvheadend will begin to scan for channels. Tvheadend can take a few minutes to complete the scan. Initially,#Muxes will be equal to Scan Q Length. Tvheadend Start of Channel Scan | #Muxes = Scan Q Length As each of the pre-defined muxes are scanned, Scan Q Length will decrease accordingly. The channel scan will have finished when Scan Q Length reaches zero. Tvheadend Channel Scan Progressing | Scan Q Length Total Decreasing and #Services Increasing Tvheadend Channel Scan Successful If, at the end of the scan, no channels have been found, then edityour network profile and change Pre-defined Muxes to Generic-auto-default and try again. Press Force Scan to initiate this. 4.4 Map services in tvheadend When tvheadend has completed a successful scan and has returned a good number of services, the next step is to map those services to channels. Configuration > DVB Inputs > Services > Map All tvheadend | Map All (Services to Channels) Make the following selections and then click the Map button to map services to tv channels. tvheadend | Map Services · Check availability – if you select this option, services that are not currently transmitting will be omitted. · Include encrypted services – self explanatory. · Merge same name – prevents channel name duplication. · Create provider tags – produces useful tags that Kodi can use to filter tv channels; for example, SDTV and HDTV. It’s beneficial to select this option. The mapping process should be completed quickly in a matter of seconds. And when complete, TV will appear in the Kodi menu. 5. How to unload OpenELEC DVB drivers for suspend Depending on your tuner card and the TBS drivers chosen, a condition may exist where the tuner card(s) cannot be accessed after the computer has been suspended and then woken. This problem spoils the whole installation and means that the system cannot be used reliably as a digital video recorder. To circumvent this problem it is necessary to force the DVB driver modules to unload during the Suspend operation. Reboot your OpenELEC system and ensure that you are able to play TV channels to demonstrate that the tuner drivers are loaded and running. Use a Secure Shell (SSH) to log into your OpenELEC system as described in step 4.1, and having logged in as root, type:- lsmod and press Enter. This command will list and detail the kernel modules that are currently loaded. lsmod | OpenELEC Look down the list and take note of the module name that is clearly associated with your tuner. In this case, the module name is:- saa716x_tbs_dvb Go to your OpenELEC system and using Kodi, navigate to the tvheadend back end service add on. Click configure and choose the DVB tab. Add the module name to the field entitled Unload DVB modules before suspend and click OK. A notice that Kodi is Working and unloading the DVB drivers will be seen when Suspend is now initiated. The drivers will be re-loaded upon resume.