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[linux-dvb] Re: Two processes reading different pids concurrently?
On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Dave Chapman wrote:
> My next major release of dvbstream will solve this problem for you with its
> SVDRP inspired TELNET interface.
> The TELNET interface will attempt to mirror the DVB API. i.e. the plan is to
> allow users to set filters, clear filters, and save streams to files.
Which is great for me. I like dvbstream's main RTP-sending function. And,
of course, "dvbstream pid1 pid2 pid3 pid4" would allow two separate
dumprtp's to get the two programs. But it feels rather inefficient to
pass all that data from the networking stack (and possibly even onto the
LAN) when I just want to dump it to local files. My box sometimes runs
into bus throughput issues as it is...
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