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 â€œRound to MHzâ€ 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 â†’ Scanner â†’ Mark transponders without signal with [X] is useful for this purpose. If a TS Stream transponder list is selected you may additionally tick â€œOmit SDT and use description as channel nameâ€ 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 â€œplaylist files (*.m3u)â€ as output format.