News update: Re: [linux-dvb] DVB-H Transport Stream available for download

Rainer.scherg Rainer.Scherg at t-online.de
Sat Mar 4 22:32:19 CET 2006


you may also use dvbsnoop to set a pid filter and save the result
to a file:

dvbsnoop -s ts -if input_ts.dat  -b 0x234  > output_ts1.dat
dvbsnoop -s ts -if input_ts.dat  -b 0x567  > output_ts2.dat

rasc


>>>
>>> IP 147.83.118.72
>>> user dvbh
>>> pass 1234dvbh
>>>
>>> I'm still open to suggestion on how to demultiplex audio and video,
>>> either on live stream or offline recorded ones.
>>>
>>> regards
>>> Francesco Schiavarelli
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>
>> I know this is a linuxtv list but you can analyse your stream with 
>> TSReader Lite from www.coolstf.org
>>
>> Dan
>>
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