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    TransEdit Scanner & Editor Version 4.2.3 erschienen

    TransEdit 3.9.4 (stable release for standard usage) is available in the members area ( wxy .dvbviewer.tv/members/):


    - Fix: Sorting of IPTV transponders by IP Address in the Main Window didn't work as intended.

    - Fix. Changes in the numeric input field for the "Preset Pos." DiSEqC option didn't activate the Apply Button on the left side of the Main Window.

    - Fix: Scanning of ATSC transponders didn't store the Source ID correctly in the scan results, thus preventing DVBViewer from assigning EPG data to channels.

    - Fix: Due to a buffer overflow the Analyzer discarded SI tables when analyzing a file without PCR or if "Settings -> Analyzer -> High speed file analysis" was switched on.

    - Fix/Enhanced: Handling of ISO 6937 character coding in EPG data.

    - Added: "Settings -> General -> Assumed broadcast standard -> DVB ISO 6937". Lets TransEdit assume ISO 6937 character coding for EPG data and channel names if there is no character set indication.

    - Added: The Analyzer detects stream type 0x24 as HEVC (not covered by specifications, but by experience)

    - Added: Resizing the Preview Window by dragging the edges with the mouse preservs the aspect ratio of the video display area. Dragging the corners does not keep a certain specific ratio. Please note: This kind of video window handling is also intended for future DVBViewer releases. Please let us know if you encounter problems and whether you like it or not

    - Updated: Hardware database

    - Updated: Transponder lists for Astra 19°, 23° and 28° East, Hotbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 3.9.5 (standard version for normal usage) is available in the customer area ( wxy .dvbviewer.tv/members/)


    - Enhanced: In order to prevent buffer overflows the Analyzer automatically enlarges the section buffer if the SI section length exceeds 1024 Bytes (violating the DVB specifications).

    - Fix: Under Windows 7 a second TransEdit instance accessing the same configuration files as the first one could be launched "as administrator", causing access conflicts.

    - Fix: Keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+A and Ctrl+C for TransEdit functions disabled using the keys in input fields for standard edit functions like Select All, Copy, Paste etc.

    - Added: TransEdit accepts commas on frequency input as decimal separator and automatically converts them to dots.

    - Updated: Hardware database

    - Updated: Transponder lists for Astra 19°, 23° and 28° East, Hotbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 3.9.6 is available in the customer area (standard version for normal usage) [ wxy .dvbviewer.tv/members/ ]


    - Added: Scanner ability to detect and export HEVC video.

    - Fix: Under certain circumstances the scanner didn't detect that a PAT received after a transponder change originated from the previous transponder (due to driver buffering), thus omitting scan results.

    - Change: The file Huffman.dll (formerly required for Astra 28° East Freesat EPG processing) is now integrated in TransEdit.exe and not part of the TransEdit package anymore.

    - Fix: TransEdit only added one device list entry for a Sundtek DVB-T2/C hybrid tuner (should be two).

    - Added: Support for Devolo dLAN TV Sat network tuner (including automatic pilot symbols recognition).

    - Updated: Hardware database

    - Updated: Transponder lists for Astra 19°, 23° and 28° East, Hotbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 3.9.7 is available in the customer area (standard version for normal usage) [ wxy .dvbviewer.tv/members/ ]

    TransEdit 3.9.7 is available in the customer area (standard version for normal usage)



    - Added: TransEdit displays the (possibly shortened) path of the currently selected transponder list above the list view on the left side of the main window.



    - Enhanced: The column widths on the right side of the TransEdit main window are now handled and stored separately for each tuner resp. transponder list type. Unused columns like FEC in a DVB-T transponder list are hidden.



    - Enhanced: Copied / Cut transponders are written to a temporary file, so they can be pasted in other TransEdit instances in the same user account (e .g. from a TransEdit instance in a DVBViewer Pro installation to another one in a DVBViewer GE installation).



    - Added: If the Scanner Window displays the content of an imported INI channel list “as if scanned” the context menu now allows to open an Analyzer window showing the transponder of the selected channel (previously only possible with “true” scan results).



    - Removed: The tuner type of already existing transponder lists can't be changed anymore. This function didn't make much sense, but caused various complications.



    - Changed: The Add Button on the left side of the TransEdit main window (adding a new list with the current settings) has been replace by a New List Button. It creates a new transponder list with the tuner type that can be selected in a pop-up menu.

    - Added: Support for HEVC video playback in Preview Windows, HEVC decoder selection on Settings -> Preview.



    - Enhanced: The transponder list update functionality has been reworked. TransEdit now checks if new or changed transponders read from the NIT (Network Information Table) are receivable before they are added / applied to the transponder list, thus avoiding that it is spoiled by wrong / outdated data as provided by some broadcasters.



    - Added: SRx1000 tweak for the [Hardware] section of the file TransEdit.ini. The line SRx1000.x=1 (where x is the device number) lets TransEdit multiply symbol rate values by 1000 before they are passed to the driver (required for PCTV 291e/461e DVB-C Tuner).



    - Changed: When updating channel names in the DVBViewer channel list TransEdit only appends the language / audio format in brackets to main audio tracks if such a supplement is already present, so it will not replace “arte” by “arte (deu)” and will not mark it as different in the Scanner Window.



    - Added: Scaling of icons and other graphical elements according to the Windows text size settings (particularly in the Analyzer).

    - Added: The Settings Window allows to open an Explorer Window showing the content of the configuration folder.



    - Added: If the help file TransEdit.chm is not available Info → Help opens the browser showing the help page in the internet.


    - Updated: Hardware database, transponder lists for Astra 19/23/28° East and Hoitbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 3.9.8 is available in the customer area (standard version for normal usage) [ wxy .dvbviewer.tv/members/ ]

    TransEdit 4.1.2 is available in the customer area, beta section (with additional features for expert usage).

    Changes in both versions:

    - Fix: Blind Scan did not work anymore (starting it caused an access violation).

    - Fix: Under certain circumstances the scanner read the SDT for other transport streams, not the one for the currently received transport stream, causing missing channel and provider names.

    - Updated: Hardware database, transponder lists for Astra 19/23/28° East and Hotbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 4.2.0 is available in the customer area (Main Application section, no more beta):



    Please note: TransEdit 4.2.0 is strongly recommended for the upcoming DVBViewer Pro 6.0 release. The old standard version 3.9.8 for normal usage will not be maintained and updated anymore. It is still available in the Older Versions section, though.


    Changes in TransEdit 4.2.0


    •Fix: Main Window: Copy & Paste of transponders from one TransEdit instance to another one only worked if the transfer file (used as clipboard) was already present.


    •Enhanced: Scanner: Handling of Freesat scan results from Astra 28.2 East. If the language code of the first (main) audio track of a channel is NAR (narrative, audio description for the visually impaired), it is automatically moved to the second position. Duplicate BBC channels without Freesat EPG and MHEG5 assignment which are pretty useless in DVBViewer are recognized and omitted in the scanner window unless the Filter 3 → Data Services is ticked (for people who want to see it all).


    •Added: Scanner: Transliteration of channel and provider names with Cyrillic and Greek letters to Latin if the local character set does not contain such letters (since the channel list does not use Unicode yet).


    •Added: Scanner: Service Type entry in exported INI and CSV files indicating the service type from the SDT as decimal number (255 = not available).


    •Fix: Scanner: When loading INI channel lists (by drag & drop into the main window) and displaying them as scan results the scanner did not handle the “Dead Channels” detection correctly.


    •Change: Analyzer: If no streams are selected in the PID list, the recorder will record all available streams (which means whole transponder).


    •Added: Analyzer: A simple server function. It works like the recorder, which means, it sends the streams that are selected in the PID list on the right to the client (or all streams if none is selected). The Start/Stop Stream button starts and stops streaming. The Copy URL button copies the URL that must be used by the client to the Windows clipboard. The protocol (UDP / RTP / TCP / HTTP) can be configured on the Settings → Analyzer page, as well as the IP address and port. Please note the following important points:

    ◦In case of UDP / RTP the client IP and port must be entered. An IP within the multicast address range lets TransEdit work as multicast server.


    ◦In case of TCP / HTTP the server port and IP must be entered. TransEdit only supports a single TCP / HTTP client per Analyzer window, so it is not possible for two or more clients to connect to the same stream.



    •Added: Preview: Support for using the Lentoid HEVC decoder. Requires DVBViewer Filter 3.9.4! Please refer to the DVBViewer Pro 6.0 release notes for further details.


    •Enhanced/Fix: TS Stream: Several enhancements and fixes, e.g. support for receiving HLS streams that contain pure audio data (not packaged in a transport stream) or that are AES-128 encrypted. Receiving HTTPS streams now really works (requires the OpenSSL libraries libeay32.dll and ssleay32.dll that are part of DVBViewer / Recording Service / Media Server installations).


    •Change: TS Stream: TransEdit now allows the export of TS Stream scan results to the DVBViewer Pro channel list. Please only try this with DVBViewer Pro 6.0 / DVBViewer Media Server 2.0 installations. Previous versions will not understand this kind of channel data (and maybe not like it).


    •Added: TS Stream: Settings → Hardware allows to select which local network interface (NIC) a virtual TS Stream device shall use for UDP/RTP streams. “Automatic” lets Windows select it.


    •Added: TS Stream: Support for finding HLS URLs in web sites. Instead of a HLS playlist (m3u8) URL you may use the URL of the page that plays the live stream and append /search.m3u8 to it. If the URL contains a question mark (at the beginning of a query part) /search.m3u8 must be inserted right before it. Please note that this method does not work if the page uses JavaScript to generate the HLS URL dynamically after it has been loaded (since TransEdit is no browser that executes JavaScript).


    •Added: Hardware: CI Support for DVBSky, TBS and FireDTV devices.


    •Fix: Hardware: The Hauppauge WinTV-soloHD, dualHD and PCTV triplestick were erroneously regarded as USB 1.1 devices that are not able to deliver more than one TV channel at the same time. Please note: A new device detection must be performed on Settings → Hardware to fix this issue.


    •Added: Hardware: DVB-T2 and sub-stream (MPLP) detection for EMPIA based DVB-T2 devices (e.g. Hauppauge WinTV-soloHD, dualHD and PCTV triplestick).


    •Fix: Hardware: DVB-T2 and sub-stream (MPLP) detection tended to fail with DVBSky DVB-T devices under certain timing conditions.


    •Fix: Hardware: DiSEqC with Sundtek DVB-S2 sticks did not work. Please note: A new device detection must be performed on Settings → Hardware to fix this issue.


    •Added: RTSP Device: Tweak for letting the RTSP Device send a complete DVB-T parameter set to a Sat>IP server including some fake values, in order to formally comply with the specifications. (see here, (2)). The tweak can be added to the [Hardware] sections in the file TransEdit.ini:


    AllParams.x=1

    where x is the variable device number.

    •Updated: Hardware database, transponder lists for Astra 19/23/28° East and Hotbird 13° East.
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    TransEdit 4.2.1 is available in the customer area:

    • Fix: Preview: The missing large address awareness flag restricted memory usage to a maximum of 2 GB, causing problems with UHD playback.


    • Added: General: TransEdit supports reading the category of channels from M3U lists in a format used by the Kodi IPTV Simple Client add-on (group-title tag). The category appears in the transponder/URL description together with the channel name separated by a backslash (CategoryName) and is used by the scanner to fill in the provider field, if the channel's SI tables do not contain provider / channel name information.


    • Added: Main Window: The “Round to MHz” function for satellite frequencies (see context menu on the right) now also rounds symbol rates greater or equal 1000 to the next multiple of 100 within a catch range of +/- 3 (e.g. 21997 or 22003 to 22000).


    • Enhanced/Fix: TS Stream: Several enhancements and fixes particularly concerning the HLS format. The development state conforms to DVBViewer Pro 6.0.4.


    • Added: Analyzer: Detection of AC-4 Audio.


    • Added: Scanner Settings: Checkbox "Additionally read the SDT for other transponders/networks". The default is off. Former attempts to let TransEdit detect automatically if the SDT for other transponders/networks contains useful information about the currently scanned transponder didn't work out and caused some unwanted side effects, so this has to be configured manually now.


    • Updated: Hardware Database.


    • Removed: Transponder Lists: The TransEdit ZIP does not contain transponder lists anymore. If TransEdit.exe is stored in the DVBViewer installation directory (where DVBViewer.exe is) it will automatically load the DVBViewer transponder lists from the Configuration Folder\Transponders subdirectory. If TransEdit.exe is located in a different directory you may store transponder lists there or create a Transponders subdirectory for them. TransEdit needs write access rights for it otherwise you can't save changed transponder lists. Please read more about obtaining transponder lists (particularly for satellite reception) here.


    Hint: TransEdit is suitable for scanning IPTV lists (more precisely: TS Stream M3U lists containing Internet TV/Radio URLs) in order to find out which channels are working or not working (read more about the TS Stream reception type here). Particularly Settings → Scanner → Mark transponders without signal with [X] is useful for this purpose. If a TS Stream transponder list is selected you may additionally tick “Omit SDT and use description as channel name” in the TransEdit Main Window and click Apply in order to to speed up the scanning process. It prevents TransEdit from waiting for Provider / Channel Name information that will probably never arrive (particularly in case of HLS streams).

    Generally transponder lists (no matter if INI or M3U) that are used for scanning should be stored in the DVBViewer configuration folder\Transponders subdirectory, provided TransEdit is part of a DVBViewer installation. You can create TS Stream M3U lists by exporting TS Stream Internet TV/Radio channels from the DVBViewer Channel Editor. Select the category folder that contains the channels, click the Export tool button at the bottom left and select “playlist files (*.m3u)” as output format.
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    TransEdit 4.2.1.1 is available in the customer area:

    I've re-uploaded TransEdit_4_2_1.zip due to a "last minute" bug found in DVBViewer Pro before the 6.0.4 release. It's now also fixed in TransEdit 4.2.1.1:

    • Fix: TS Stream: AES-128 encrypted HLS streams were not handled correctly.
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    TransEdit 4.2.2 is available in the customer area.



    Please note: Since looking after DVBViewer Pro and the DVBViewer Media Server occupies most of my time, I can't focus on TransEdit development anymore as in the past. Nevertheless there will be updates from time to time, containing fixes and enhancements that TransEdit inherited from DVBViewer or that came in because TransEdit served as experimental platform for DVBViewer development.

    • Added: Hardware: Basic support for Unicable 2 (JESS). Settings → Hardware → Unicable allows to configure a device for the conventional (EN 50494) or the advanced (EN 50607) Unicable system, that supports up to 32 user bands (slots) and more than 2 satellite positions. Please note: It highly depends on the DVB device driver if Unicable 2 works. Support for Unicable 1 doesn't guarantee that Unicable 2 also works (e.g. DVBSky).

    • Fix: Hardware: The Unicable PIN wasn't read correctly from the file TransEdit.ini.

    • Fix: Hardware: Tuning ATSC frequencies with Hauppauge WinTV-HVR 950Q did not work (see here).

    • Added: Hardware: Handling of TBS 5520 SE / TBS 5580 / 5590 USB boxes as DVB-S2/T2/C hybrid tuners. Switching between the tuner types, which previously had to be performed with a TBS tool, is now done inside TransEdit according to the type of the selected transponder. In case of an already existing TransEdit installation Settings → Hardware → Detect Devices is required to let the additional tuner entries appear.

    • Added: Hardware: Support for Elgato Netstream 4C devices as Sat>IP server.

    • Added: Hardware: Support for DigiBest ISDB-T devices (see here).

    • Added: Hardware: Experimental support for MPLP with Beholder DVB-T2 devices (see here). Feedback from testers needed!

    • Added: Hardware Settings: The complete device name is displayed as hint on mouse over if it exceeds the list box width.

    • Added: Analyzer: Support for ATSC closed captions (CEA 608) embedded in H.264 video, including US internet streams. Please note that TransEdit only searches for captions in H.264 video if the reception type is ATSC or Settings → General → Assumed broadcast standard is set to ATSC.

    • Fix: Scanner: Wrong processing of Unicode ATSC channel names.

    • Fix: Scanner: Several channels on Astra 28.2° E, 12207 V were erroneously flagged as data channels due to “hide channel duplicates without Freesat EPG” measures (see here).

    • Added: Preview: Method for reconnecting the DVBViewer Filter and a decoder later (as soon as TransEdit gets a “format detected” message) if a necessary video/audio format detection on playback start did not succeed within a timeout of 3 seconds. This enables for example HEVC playback with the Lentoid decoder or ADTS AAC playback with the Microsoft audio decoder in certain cases where it previously failed.

    • Fix: General: ATSC transponder lists could not be edited due to a wrong “invalid input” error message (see here).

    • Added: General: Import of Linux VDR channel.conf files for DVB-S/T/C, particularly those offered by Vodafone/Kabel Deutschland for cable reception in different regions (see here and here). Simply drag & drop the downloaded file into the TransEdit main window. It automatically converts the conf file to the INI transponder list format, so it can be used for scanning.

    • Fix: Window Manager: The Window Manger window did not display country-specific characters correctly (see here).

    • Updated: Hardware Database.
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    Hello AMD@OPA,
    Could you please upload TransEdit 4.2.2 to a online drive??
    Others people would be more convenience to download it.
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    TransEdit 4.2.3 is available in the customer area

    • Added: General: Basic support for the Chinese video format AVS (including AVS+ and AVS2) and the audio format DRA. It enables analyzing, streaming and scanning of Transponders that are using these formats, but no playback yet. Please note that current DVBViewer and Media Server versions (up to 6.1.5.0 and 2.1.5.1) are not able to correctly process scan results containing AVS video and DRA audio. So better don't export them!

    • Added: Scanner Options: “Scan NIT, BAT and VCT for logical channel numbers” checkbox. It lets the scanner read the broadcasted NIT (Network Information Table) in case of DVB-T/C, BAT (Bouquet Association Table) in case of DVB-S or the VCT (Virtual Channel Table) in case of ATSC. The scanner displays logical channel numbers in an additional column of the Scanner Window after the scan is done. For ATSC they appear as major and minor number separated by a dot. The new column enables to sort scan results by number. If the broadcaster does not provide logical channel numbers, the LCN field remains empty. The numbers are also written to exported INI channel lists as “LCN=x” entries. Please note that additionally reading the NIT and/ or BAT may let the scan take considerably longer (due to NIT/BAT cycle times that are mostly longer than PAT, PMT and SDT cycle times). The logical channel numbers cannot be imported in the current DVBViewer version since it cannot handle them and ignores them in INI channel lists.

    • Added: Scanner Options: Network/Bouquet ID input line, allowing to specify a Network ID (if logical channel numbers are contained in the NIT) or Bouquet ID (if logical channel numbers are contained in the BAT), that lets the TransEdit scanner only use logical channel numbers from tables with a matching ID. The default ID 0 lets the scanner prompt for selection, if more than one kind of numbering is available (see below).

    • Added: Scanner Window: “Channel Numbering Selection” dialog. It can be opened by selecting the corresponding context menu item (or by pressing Ctrl + L) after a scan has found logical channel numbers. If more than one kind of numbering is available and no Network/Bouquet ID is set up on Settings → Scanner, the dialog opens automatically after a scan, prompting to select one of the numberings. For each the dialog displays the ID and the network/bouquet name. Ticking the “Remember LCN ID” checkbox before clicking OK lets TransEdit copy the selected ID to Settings → Scanner and save it, so that the “Channel Numbering Selection” dialog does not appear automatically after a scan anymore. However, it can still be opened manually, in order to view the available IDs and names, or to try an alternative numbering.

    • Added: Main Window: Possibility to include instructions in the transponder descriptions that tell the scanner “per transponder” where to look for logical channel numbers. The instructions precede the general “Scan NIT, BAT and VCT for logical channel numbers” setting. The following instructions can be used:

    LCN- excludes the transponder from reading logical channel numbers.

    LCN+ lets the scanner read logical channel numbers from this transponder, even if reading them is switched off in the general Scanner Settings. Letting the scanner only read the NIT/BAT on certain transponders may let a scan become considerably faster.

    • Change: M3U Import: Enhanced handling of IPTV M3U lists if additional information preceding the channel name in #EXTINF tags contains commas. Now TransEdit assumes that the channel name begins after the first comma outside of double quotes.

    • Change: M3U Export: Since version 4.2.1 TransEdit reads the group-title tag from M3U lists and adds the category to the transponder/URL description separated by a backslash. On saving TransEdit now sorts the list alphabetically by the Category\Channel description and converts the format back to group-title tags, so it can be read by IPTV clients.

    • Added: Scanner Window: Ability to export scan results as M3U channel list. The save dialog that appears after clicking “Export to File” additionally offers “Sat>IP / IPTV Channels (*.m3u)” as file type. The M3U content depends on the reception type:

    Scan results belonging to the TS Stream reception type are stored with their original URL.

    DVB-S/T/C scan results are stored as RTSP URLs conforming to the Sat>IP syntax. This allows to create a Sat>IP channel list for servers that don't provide such a list and use them in Sat>IP thin clients like VLC. If a RTSP Network Device is used for scanning, the IP address and port of the corresponding server are used for the RTPS URLs, otherwise (in case of DVB hardware) rtsp://127.0.0.1:554. It must be changed in a text editor to the actual server IP and port by using search/replace. The pids=... URL parameter requests video (if available), teletext (if available) and all audio tracks of the channel.

    TransEdit adds category information to the M3U list, if the scan results are sorted according to the categorization, e.g. by provider if “Provider” is selected as categorization.

    • Added: Analyzer: The Header Info function is able to detect and display the HEVC Range Extension Profile.

    • Added/Fix: Analyzer: Parsing of additional DVB descriptors (e.g. S2X Satellite Delivery System Descriptor, Logical Channel Number Descriptor V2 etc.), corrected parsing of the C2 Delivery System Descriptor.

    • Added: Analyzer Settings: “Interface” drop-down list in the Server section. It applies to the UDP/RTP protocols and specifies the IP address of the network interface (NIC, network adapter) that shall be used for sending data to the client. “Automatic” lets Windows decide according to the target address. However, in certain cases the automatic selection may be wrong and must be set up manually, particularly if multicast and/or virtual network adapters are involved.

    • Added: Hardware Settings: Automatic RTSP port detection if the server is Tvheadend (that uses the non-standard port 9983 for RTSP if it can't use 554 due to missing root rights).

    • Fix: Hardware: Switching between the DVB-S2/T2/C reception types of the TBS 5580 USB box did not work (due to wrong information from TBS). If the handling of TBS 5520 SE / TBS 5580 / 5590 USB boxes as DVB-S2/T2/C hybrid tuners failed, the whole device initialization failed (see here). Now TransEdit falls back to normal mode where the reception type has to be selected by using an external TBS switching tool.

    • Fix: Hardware: Automatic DVB-T2 and sub-stream (MPLP) detection did not work with TBS devices.

    • Added: Hardware Options: The new “Detect Servers” button lets TransEdit search for Sat>IP (RTSP) servers in the home network and automatically insert corresponding RTSP network device entries at the top of the device list. The scan reads information provided by servers about the supported reception types (DVB-S/C/T) and the number of available tuners for each of them.

    • Change: Hardware Options: When a server is selected for a RTSP Network Device, TransEdit now automatically sets the tuner type to a type that is supported by the server, if the information is available. Previously it was always set to “Satellite” as default for newly added devices.

    • Updated: Hardware Database.
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