[linux-dvb] analize ASI with dvbnoop and dektec 140

Markus Rechberger mrechberger at gmail.com
Sat Oct 11 21:49:38 CEST 2008


2008/10/11 rafael2k <rafael at riseup.net>:
> I think you could write a v4l2 wrapper using the dektec API.
>

v4l2 has nothing to do with dvbsnoop :-)

you might read the manual how you can get access to the mpeg-ts stream
and simply pipe it to dvbsnoop

eg.:
dvbstream -o 8192 | dvbsnoop -s ts -if /dev/stdin

note you have to replace the dvbstream command with something specific
from dektec I guess.

Markus
> bye,
> rafael diniz
>
> Em Friday 10 October 2008, Daniel Glöckner escreveu:
>> On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 02:09:08PM +0200, luisan82 at gmail.com wrote:
>> > I've been trying to analyze a ts with dvbsnoop through an ASI input
>> > unsuccessfully.
>> > When I execute dvbsnoop, it tries to read from a location (/dev/dvb/...)
>> > wich doesn't exists.
>>
>> The drivers provided by DekTec do not implement the Linux DVB API.
>> You can't use dvbsnoop.
>> You need to write your own program using their proprietary DTAPI library.
>> At least their drivers are open source...
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