[linux-dvb] Record a transport stream with an USB2 tv card

John Martin linuxtv at martin-family.org.uk
Thu Jun 22 23:38:37 CEST 2006


On Thursday 22 June 2006 18:18, Abdou NIANG wrote:
>  Hi John
> I've done some changes in the dvb_default.h and now when i use the command
>
> #dvbstream -f 490000 601 600 611 610 > test.ts
>
> i got a good test.ts file and i can extract the video and audio pid using
> ts2ps
>
> #cat test.ts | ts2ps 600 601 > BBC1.pes
>
>
> #cat test.ts | ts2ps 610 611 > BBC2.pes
>
> the 2 .pes files is readable into mplayer or kaffeine

Thank you. This is good news.  What did you change in dvb_default.h to achieve 
this?

> but when i use the command
>
> #dvbstream -f 490000 -o 8192 > test.ts
>
> my test.ts file isn't empty but it can't be read by mplayer or kaffeine. I
> think that the firmware of the Nova-t-USB2 doesn't permit me to dump the
> entire transport stream
>
> i intend to make a script doing:
>
> ==>scandvb (package dvb-apps) to have a channels.conf file with the audio
> and video pids ==>get all the pid and use the command : dvbstream -f 490000
> -o pid1 pid2 ... > test.ts
>
> i will tell you the results
Many thanks.

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> 57070 Metz
You must have a very impressive antenna system to pick up BBC transmissions 
from south of Luxembourg!!?

John



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