castalla wrote:but the evidence speaks for itself.
What evidence? What competition? ... this is a nonsensical discussion.
Sure there is. Download the SDK.castalla wrote:What confuses me is the that there is no detailed info on what streams actually work on Roku.
castalla wrote:Errr ... I'm not a programming geek...
For video, we recommend H.264 video with AAC-LC audio wrapped in a MP4 container. Roku also supports the VC-1 video codec, and the WMA and MP3 audio codecs. Roku supports the HTTP Live Streaming protocol (HLS)
castalla wrote:I have lots of access to live tv stream addresses.
jmat wrote:Having duplicate channels is an advantage.
castalla wrote:Errr ... I'm not a programming geek, but I have lots of access to live tv stream addresses. So, why not just specify what is required and maybe I and others can monitor for suitable stream data?
tensen wrote:Once again, MB does not repeat or rebroadcast any signal. MB itself isn't touching the signal. You are connecting directly to the signal/stream.
End of discussion.
Remember that discussions of a means to bypass or circumvent establish regional broadcast rules is expressly forbidden on the Roku forums, so please lets not get into discussions or arguments regarding anything not coming directly from the station source on these forums.
For those interested in finding more streams for the channel, I of course prefer the stream to come directly from one of the many tv stations that are sending their signal freely out on the internet. Obviously many of them are not in formats that the Roku can play, but the more that it can play, the merrier.
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