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    worth the change?

    hi im new here
    i have always used vix on original vu boxes
    but i noticed alot of people now recomend openatv
    ive installed it on a zero but when it asks me if i want
    to delete other languages it deletes english and keeps
    13.0 and 19.0 with no 28.2?
    what are the benifits of change?
    main use for cable and iptv and free sat in same box.

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    Box 1:
    Formuler F3
     
     
    Box 2:
    Vu+ Solo SE V2
     
     
    Box 3:
    Formuer F4-TURBO
     
     
    Your fears are useless. Everything works as it should. If you do not see satellite 28, it probably was not detected correctly on tuner auto-detection and the tuner has to be set manually. However, automatic tuner detection is, in my view, quite reliable. Alternatively, you can only download required satellites ("satellites.xml" from satellites.xml generator / transponder .ini generator) and upload this database manually. But it is not necessary. In a new installation, the list of satellites should be current.

    Everything should work. The same is true for cable TV. Also, IPTV works fine if you know what you need to set up. Unfortunately, Enigma 2 will sometimes make a lot of effort to make it work.


    If you delete other languages ​​when installing, I still think there is still German, English and French. Probably due to incomplete translations in some built-in add-ons (I do not know, I just think it's so). However, this is not a problem because one language translation file does not take up much space. Only if all the translation languages ​​remain in the box, the casting of the internal flash drive will quickly increase. That's why this choice is right when you first start the installation - because some boxes have a very small internal flash unfortunately.
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    I used VIX since it’s inception but have recently moved to ATV. Installing softcam son ATV is more of a PITA than VIX but otherwise ATV seems a little more snappy and seems to boot faster. Support may be more of an issue being not English language based but so far I am happy.

    Just try it. If you don’t like it go back, it’s not as if it’s difficult.

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    I used OpenVix for 3+ years and made the switch to OpenATV about 3 months ago. The main reason being IPTV support is much better on OpenATV that OpenVix.

    There is more setup required for a UK/ROI user of OpenATV that OpenVix but it's not that difficult.

    ABM doesn't come installed on OpenATV by default like OpenVix. OpenATV seems to have German satellites setup by default which you have to remove.

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    Box 1:
    Formuler F3
     
     
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    Vu+ Solo SE V2
     
     
    Box 3:
    Formuer F4-TURBO
     
     
    The experienced user immediately copies his own channels and satellites and lamedbs immediately after installation, and everything needed for instant use in the box. So it does not really matter which channels or satellites are set as default.

    I think the differences in IPTV support between different firmwares are minimal.

    Everything is handled by specific system modules that are neglected (in OpenVIX). If the modules are up-to-date + precisely configured for their proper operation, there are fewer problems with configuring IPTV. The Gstreamer or Gstplayer is usually used to receive IPTV streams. Unfortunately, if inappropriate versions are used, incorrectly configured, obsolete, and so on ... then IPTV does not work correctly. Certainly, the OpenVIX image can be tuned to work with IPTV, but it takes a lot of time. Unfortunately, OpenVIX developers are not worried about it.

    I would not call it "support for IPTV" :). It's still a satellite box! Although IPTV is the future, most Linux boxes are not designed for IPTV, but for satellite.

    The functioning of IPTV is due to the OpenSouce of the Linux system and not to the specific firmware. In each Enigma, you can set IPTV as its hardware (network card, powerful CPU, ...) takes a lot of time. Developers OpenATV are more keen on the correct system functionality than OpenVIX developers :).

    The fastest development and support is currently OpenPLi and OpenATV.
    Formuler F3 (BCM 7362-A0, 2x 750 MHz, mips)
    Formuler F4 TURBO (BCM 7362-5, 2x 750 MHz, mips)
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