I swear I used the packer, but never saw a zip file. Not even sure why I mentioned sopcast. It seems like a lot of channels use StreamTorrent. Any way to build that in? (like I know what I'm talking about....)
The zip fiel (called pms_dbg.zip) should be found in the PMS install dir (normally c:\program files (x86)\PS3MediaServer-SHB\ on win7). Yes StreamTorrent is not integrated and I put it off. It was rather much work to get it automated (SopCast was simpler) but maybe later. What sports uses ST most? Baseball? During the winter season all Football (=Soccer) is normally found on SopCast.
firebelly - The "file" is 94gb since the size is unkonwn when you try to stream from the net. It should be that. Are your network speed slow? If so maybe this can help viewtopic.php?f=12&t=9859&start=70#p52623 otherwise start by fetching the logs.
pixelfougb - will fix. For your Sony no luck in the viewforum.php?f=15? If you find some good .conf file that works ping and I'll include it.
Yes, it seems like StreamTorrent and baseball go hand in hand. When ESPN3 shows games the bitrate is quite high and the quality if extremely good. But ST and MLB are pretty married. Thanks for the tip on the debug log. I knew I found it once. I'm going to completely uninstally Avisynth, including any registry entries and start over with your latest build. thank you.
OK, so I reinstalled the program as admin and started it as an admin
Now I can watch some but most of the shows are still giving the same error, i.e. filetype not supported
I have again uploaded the debug file
Should I install PMS on a different drive so that it does have administrator privileges all the time, or should I just move rtmpdump in a different HDD and then point rtmpdump.path in PMS.conf to that drive
PS: I was running COMODO and now I have put rtmpdump through it's firewall so now rtmpdump can access web but am still facing the same issue