Dreambox LIVE for Dreambox and Vu+ (discontinued)

Watch live TV on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch directly from any compatible Enigma powered set-top-box.

Dreambox LIVE has been upgraded to Blackbox Live. This page is only for archive purposes.

Watch live TV on your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch directly from any compatible Enigma powered set-top-box (e.g. Dreambox) in your home network. Now with Enigma 1 support!


· Watch live TV directly from your Dreambox (non HD-TV)
· Watch recordings directly from your Dreambox (non HD-TV)
· Bouquets
· Audio switching and subtitle support
· Zoom
· Fast and easy one step setup
· Fast switching between multiple Dreamboxes
· Support for Multituner
· Multiple quality and zap modes
· Landscape and portrait view
· Universal app for both iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch

System Requirements

· iPad 2, iPad, iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4th generation or better
· iOS 4.0 or better
· Set-top-box with Enigma 1 or Enigma 2
· WiFi-connection between both devices with 802.11n (recommended)

With Limitations:
· iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 3rd generation (low quality mode only)
· WiFi-connection with just 802.11g (highly dependent on the environment; no recordings; low quality mode recommended)

Official supported Enigma 2 devices are:
DM8000, DM800HD, 800HDse, 500HD, DM7025, VU+ Solo and VU+ Duo

Official supported Enigma 1 devices are:
DM7000, DM7020, DM500+, DM500, DM600

Unofficial supported: (by users as compatible reported)
Topfield 7700 HDPVR, Ipbox 900 (with Enigma 2) and QBoxHD

NOT supported at this time:
· iPhone 3G, iPhone 2G, iPod Touch 2nd generation or lower
· Internet streaming (possible, but not recommended)
· Very old Enigma versions with an unfinished web interface (just install a new image)
· Any other set-top-box

Enigma 1 limitations:
· Currently no EPG in the bouquet list
· Currently no progress indicator
· No time jumping for recordings (technically not possible)

Other limitations:
· HD-TV is currently not supported
· Streaming over 3G is currently not supported
· Minor video and sound shuttering may occur when zapping trough bouquets