didl-lite

Frank
2009-01-04
2013-05-30
  • Frank
    Frank
    2009-01-04

    Hi,

    Some time ago Sitecom made a device which plays all kinds of media.
    The device was called wl-124. It makes use of some windows server software.

    A strong thing from this device was that it could also stream from internet. And there was a link in the windows server configuration which connects somewhere to the internet : http://sitecomportal.avinity.net:8180/WebApplication1/testclient_aanroepQueryServlet.jsp looks to me as a tomcat application.

    If you take for example http://sitecomportal.avinity.net:8180/WebApplication1/QueryServlet2?status=uitzendinggemist it is the following site http://www.uitzendinggemist.nl but I guess all the mediastream are somehow indexed?

    Now I wonder if I could do the same thing with MediaTomb? Somehow index (at night) all those streams and browse it the same way as shown in the first link thus xml/didl-lite?

    Grtz,

    Frank

     
    • Jin
      Jin
      2009-01-04

      I have no idea how this device works, I can see that the links you posted generate a did-lite xml that should be compatible with UPnP, however I guess there needs to be a way that would direct the requests further to this service and act as a proxy between the service and your device.

      To be honest - I doubt that I will look at it any time soon. Surely an interesting idea, but I do not see an easy way to bring this in.

      Kind regards,
      Jin

       
    • Frank
      Frank
      2009-01-04

      Hi Jin,

      Thanks for the quick reply!
      THe reason behind my question was that the link I did send you doesn't update anymore.....(throw away world) or with nice words End Of Life.

      For sure what I asked is already made as you can see.

      Thanks for the spend. I will look further if there is something what I can use.

      Regards,

      Frank

       
    • Frank
      Frank
      2009-01-11

      Hi,

      Little opdate, I guess the the links from www.uitzendinggemist.nl are comming from:
      http://wmc.uitzendinggemist.nl

      Meaby this could some help?

      Grtz,

      Frank