[linux-dvb] pid 8192

johan postma johan at linuxdomain.nl
Sun Aug 28 16:00:51 CEST 2005


hi list,

I have a Nexus-s (2.1) running on kernel 2.6.12 with the build-in dvb
drivers.
I want to multicast a transport stream with dvbstream. It should be possible to
capture a stream by using the 8192 pid but when i use it my system returns DMX
SET PES FILTER: Invalid argument. What does it mean and why is this not
working. Using other video pid's is working.

greetz,
johan

these are my modules:

Module                  Size  Used by
dvb_ttpci              90792  0
dvb_core               76264  1 dvb_ttpci
saa7146_vv             45376  1 dvb_ttpci
video_buf              17092  1 saa7146_vv
saa7146                15204  2 dvb_ttpci,saa7146_vv
v4l1_compat            13636  1 saa7146_vv
v4l2_common             4736  1 saa7146_vv
videodev                7104  1 saa7146_vv
ves1820                 5508  1 dvb_ttpci
stv0299                 9668  1 dvb_ttpci
tda8083                 5700  1 dvb_ttpci
stv0297                 8576  1 dvb_ttpci
sp8870                  7180  1 dvb_ttpci
firmware_class          7616  2 dvb_ttpci,sp8870
ves1x93                 6340  1 dvb_ttpci
ttpci_eeprom            2304  1 dvb_ttpci




dvbstream v0.5 - (C) Dave Chapman 2001-2004
Released under the GPL.
Latest version available from http://www.linuxstb.org/
Using DVB card "ST STV0299 DVB-S"
tuning DVB-S to L-Band:0, Pol:V Srate=27500000, 22kHz=off
polling....
Getting frontend event
FE_STATUS:
polling....
Getting frontend event
FE_STATUS: FE_HAS_SIGNAL FE_HAS_LOCK FE_HAS_CARRIER FE_HAS_VITERBI FE_HAS_SYNC
Event:  Frequency: 10874552
        SymbolRate: 27500000
        FEC_inner:  3

Bit error rate: 65280
Signal strength: 39750
SNR: 42255
FE_STATUS: FE_HAS_SIGNAL FE_HAS_LOCK FE_HAS_CARRIER FE_HAS_VITERBI FE_HAS_SYNC
Setting filter for PID 8192
FILTER 8192: DMX SET PES FILTER: Invalid argument
Using 224.0.1.2:5004:2
version=2
Streaming 1 stream
Caught signal 2 - closing cleanly.


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