On 10/11/07, <b class="gmail_sendername">Christian Praehauser</b> <<a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>> wrote:<div><span class="gmail_quote"></span><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left: 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left: 1ex;">
Hi,<br><br>Maybe this is of use to you: <a href="http://www.network-research.org/mp2tsdis.html">http://www.network-research.org/mp2tsdis.html</a><br><br>Cheers,<br>Christian.<br><br>Jake Peavy wrote:<br>> Hi yall,<br>>
<br>> Been googling for a while, but my problem seems rather simple so I think<br>> I'll just ask.<br>><br>> I have UDP encapsulated MPEG TS; how do I perform online analysis using<br>> dvbsnoop? All the pages I've been to so far seem to indicate hardware
<br>> is required. This may be the case for QAM transport, but for IP<br>> transport I already have the stream.<br>><br>> Do I need to pipeline VLC somehow into dvbsnoop in order to strip the<br>> Ethernet/IP/UDP headers and just provide plain TS to dvbsnoop?
<br>><br>> I have so far been using VLC to dump the raw MPEG TS into a file for<br>> post processing using dvbsnoop.<br></blockquote></div><br>Yes, that was my first feeling, that a dissector would be best.<br><br>
I was told on the Wireshark mailing list that that particular dissector was not incorporated due to outstanding bugs. I didn't continue to research the issue and have no idea how severe the bugs are. Here's another post from the same author that told me about the problems.
<br><br><div style="margin-left: 40px;"><a href="http://www.ethereal.com/lists/ethereal-users/200503/msg00466.html">http://www.ethereal.com/lists/ethereal-users/200503/msg00466.html</a><br></div><br>Another drawback is that it doesn't decode MPEG4 TS.
<br><br>Thanks for the suggestion,<br><br>-- <br>-jp<br><br>Chuck Norris died ten years ago, but the Grim Reaper can't get up the courage to tell him.