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How to use Hadu - CCCam DVB plugin - version Beta 0.128
Hadu is a plugin that allows you to connect to CCCam servers and watch encrypted channels with your DVB software. It supports various protocols and features, such as EMM, ECM, OSCAM, node SID, cache and manual ECM PIDs. In this article, we will show you how to install and configure Hadu - CCCam DVB plugin - version Beta 0.128, which is the latest version available.
To install Hadu, you need to download the file hadu cccam version beta 0.128.rar from a reliable source. You can find it on some forums or websites that specialize in DVB plugins. After downloading the file, you need to extract it using a program like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will get a file called Hadu.dll, which is the plugin itself.
Next, you need to copy the file Hadu.dll to the plugins subdirectory of your DVB software. For example, if you are using DVBViewer, you need to copy it to C:\\Program Files\\DVBViewer\\Plugins. If you are using another DVB software, you need to find the plugins subdirectory for that software and copy it there.
To configure Hadu, you need to edit the file Hadu.ini, which is located in the same directory as Hadu.dll. This file contains all the options and settings for Hadu. You can open it with a text editor like Notepad or Notepad++. You will see something like this:
You need to modify some of these options according to your needs and preferences. The most important ones are:
PluginActive: This option enables or disables Hadu. Set it to 1 to enable it or 0 to disable it.
KeyPath2: This option specifies the path to the file SoftCam.Key, which contains the keys for some channels. You can download this file from some websites or forums that provide keys for DVB channels. You need to copy this file to the same directory as Hadu.dll and Hadu.ini, and then specify its path here.
[Options]: This section contains the settings for each CCCam server that you want to connect to. You can have up to 64 servers in this section, each with a different name and number (e.g. [Options0], [Options1], etc.). For each server, you need to specify the following options:
Servername: This option gives a name to the server for your reference.
Active: This option enables or disables the server. Set it to 1 to enable it or 0 to disable it.
Protocol: This option specifies the protocol used by the server. Set it to CCCam for CCCam servers.
Host: This option specifies the hostname or IP address of the server.
Port: This option specifies the port number of the server.
User: This option specifies the username for authentication with the server.
Pass: This option specifies the password for authentication with the server.
You can also modify other options in this section or in other sections of Hadu.ini, depending on your needs and preferences. For more details about each option, you can refer to the documentation included in hadu cccam version beta 0.128.rar 061ffe29dd