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DVBLink Released for QNAP ARM NAS Units

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DVBLogic has released their DVBLink product suite for QNAP ARM NAS units, brining you the ability to record and stream live TV with your ARM-based QNAP NAS.  Read on for details.

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DVBLogic has released their DVBLink product suite for QNAP ARM NAS units, brining you the ability to record and stream live TV with your ARM-based QNAP NAS.  I’d personally love to be able to offload live TV recording and streaming to a low-power NAS unit rather than using my Core i7 rig as I do today…and now DVBLink is available for QNAP’s ARM-based NAS units.  Cost is £25 for the server tool and £12 for the electronic program guide.  This package is downloaded directly from DVBLogic here and is installed manually on your QNAP NAS.  Here is the blog post:

DVBLink product suite for ARM-based QNAP NAS models is released!

DVBLink product suite for QNAP NAS turns your QNAP NAS into a personal video recorder. With the support for satellite (DVB-S/S2), Cable (DVB-C and QAM), terrestrial (DVB-T/T2 and ATSC) and IPTV reception DVBLink TV Server will record your favorite TV programs in original quality directly to a hard disk of your QNAP NAS and distribute live and recorded TV throughout your house.
DVBLink TV Server makes sure that you never miss your favorite programs again – browse the EPG and manage timer recordings while you are on the go using free DVBLink apps for iOS, Android and WinPhone mobile devices.
Check out the product page for the features and the list of compatible QNAP NAS models.

We would like to thank all our beta testers for their valuable feedback!
If upgrading your installation from a beta version, please use the following steps:

  • Make a backup of your DVBLink installation
  • Uninstall DVBLink TV Server qpkg package (do not worry, this will not delete your recordings)
  • Install the release version of DVBLink TV Server qpkg package
  • Install all required DVBLink packages using DVBLink Package Center interface
  • Activate packages and restore backup

Here is the list of compatible QNAP NAS units:

TS-110, TS-210, TS-410, TS-112, TS-212, TS-412, TS-119, TS-219, TS-419, TS-119P+, TS-219P+, TS-419P+, TS-119PII, TS-219PII, TS-419PII

I intend to try this out on my TS-419P+ soon and will let you know how it works.

DVBLink QNAP ARM Product Page

Jim McCarthy
My tech interests include WHS, media streaming, and gaming, among others!

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