[linux-dvb] Extract Satelite Info

Gurumurti Laxman Maharana gurumurti at nkindia.com
Fri Apr 11 15:18:10 CEST 2008




Hi All
is there any answer to the above subject?
Bye


> Another solution is, assuming the NIT is in the transport stream, is to
> do:
>
> gst-launch -m filesrc location=blah.ts ! mpegtsparse ! fakesink | grep nit
>
> It will give you something like:
>
> Got Message from element "mpegtsparse0" (element): nit,
> network-id=(guint)1, version-number=(guint)0,
> current-next-indicator=(guint)1, actual-network=(boolean)true,
> network-name=(string)"GC\ SPAIN\ 1", descriptors=(GValueArray)(NULL),
> transports=(structure){ transport-21, transport-stream-id=(guint)21,
> original-network-id=(guint)1, delivery=(structure)satellite,
> orbital=(float)30.5, east-or-west=(string)west,
> modulation=(string)QAM16, frequency=(guint)11615000,
> polarization=(string)horizontal, symbol-rate=(guint)27500,
> inner-fec=(string)3/4;, descriptors=(GValueArray)(NULL); };
>
> Zaheer
>
>
>
> On Wed, Apr 9, 2008 at 9:07 AM, Sigmund Augdal <sigmund at snap.tv> wrote:
>> ons, 09.04.2008 kl. 09.54 +0530, skrev Gurumurti Laxman Maharana:
>>
>> > Hi All
>>  > I want to know weather is it possible to extract satellite
>> information from
>>  > streams captured by DVB-S card?
>>  > Can any body help in this regard?
>>
>>  Use dvbsnoop.
>>
>>  dvbsnoop -s ts -tssubdecode -if capture.ts 16|less
>>
>>  Regards
>>
>>  Sigmund
>>
>>
>> > bye
>>  >
>>  >
>>  > > Hi
>>  > > I want to weather is it possoble to extract satellite information
>> from
>>  > > streams capture by DVB card?
>>  > > bye
>>  > >> From a kaffeine user ...
>>  > >>
>>  > >> Christoph
>>  > >>
>>  > >>
>>  > >> ----------  Weitergeleitete Nachricht  ----------
>>  > >>
>>  > >> Betreff: [kaffeine-user] Satellites at 80E and 90E
>>  > >> Datum: Sonntag 06 April 2008
>>  > >> Von: Roman Kashcheev <kashcheevr at rambler.ru>
>>  > >> An: kaffeine-user at lists.sf.net
>>  > >>
>>  > >> Hello!
>>  > >> There are files for dvb-s folder of kaffeine - Siberian
>> satellites, most
>>  > >> popular in eastern Russia.
>>  > >> Thanks for good program - Kaffeine. I use it to look satellite tv
>> since
>>  > >> spring 2006.
>>  > >> Forgive me for my bad english.
>>  > >>
>>  > >> Best regards,
>>  > >> Roman Kashcheev
>>  > >> Bodajbo city, Irkutsk region, Russia
>>  > >>
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