Watch Digital TV in Plex with the Raspberry Pi TV HAT #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
via The PiHut It’s for DVB-T2 television broadcasts – which means Europe only.
Yesterday Raspberry Pi released the new Raspberry Pi TV HAT , a DVB-T2 Digital TV receiver add on for the Raspberry Pi .
We created a step-by-step user guide to help you set up the HAT and create a Tvheadend server for streaming Digital TV to devices on your network.
Today we’re going to show you how to combine that Tvheadend server with your Raspberry Pi Plex server to allow you to access your Digital TV streams via Plex! This means you can access all your local media AND the Digital TV streams from your TV HAT in one place – within Plex!
The best part? You can run everything on a single Raspberry Pi – the TV HAT, the Tvheadend server and the Plex server. You can even watch your Plex streams on the same Raspberry Pi as well (we’d advise the latest Raspberry Pi 3B+ for this)
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