I can’t seem to find an option for vanilla HTTPS with Basic Auth. Alternatively I setup WebDAV but it only lets me add a “favourite” sub folder of my WebDAV directory, but I want to add the main connection path of the WebDAV directory. I am unable to set the Apache WebDAV root path to the parent folder to solve this issue due to permission issues with user home and Apache etc. I currently created a subfolder but thats a workaround I would prefer to not have to use since it means selectively moving my content into a single folder for viewing in Infuse.
Could you add the option to map the root directory of the WebDAV connection as a favourite / content source, or alternatively add HTTPS Basic Auth?
Also on a side note, is there a chance you can add more advanced caching settings. I would love to max out my caching. I have 100mbps connection but sometimes it fluctuates. Content at around 20mbps seems fine, but content at 30+mbps seems to occasionally cache miss and require rebuffering. To me thats a sign that the buffer is too small for the overall bitrate since the fluctuation is causing issues catching up in time. For me I would personally be happy caching like 10 minutes ahead where possible and keeping that full at all times. Also even though in theory the single connection should be optimal, I have noticed that multiplexing connections with things like Firefox DownloadThemAll can achieve higher bitrates than a single connection. Would it be possible to add multiplexing as an option to allow certain sources to obtain higher bitrates. My guess is something to do with the TCP/IP negotiation and packet loss meaning that sometimes an additional connection averages out that loss over time and keeps the bitrate high, but i’m not an expert on networking.