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The MPEG2 Transport Stream Format specifies how to encapsulate [[MPEG2 Elementary Stream]] Packets, the [[MPEG2 Multiplexer]] procedure, and how to add additional information like [[PSI Tables]] and Sync Information.
 
The MPEG2 Transport Stream Format specifies how to encapsulate [[MPEG2 Elementary Stream]] Packets, the [[MPEG2 Multiplexer]] procedure, and how to add additional information like [[PSI Tables]] and Sync Information.
   
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Normally, in DVB-T (and others?) a transport stream contains more than one program stream and therefore more than one program.
''should we get more specific here? examples? more references to standards??''
 
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== See also ==
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[[Multiple programs]] is a page describing various software solutions to record more than one program at a time.
   
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==

Revision as of 22:40, 15 July 2006

MPEG2 Stream Format, specified as part of the MPEG2 Standard in ITU-T H.222.0. Used for transport channels, e.g. when streaming MPEG2 content over networks.

Networks can be e.g. computer networks, DVB-C Cable Networks DVB-S Satellite Networks or DVB-T Networks.

The MPEG2 Transport Stream Format specifies how to encapsulate MPEG2 Elementary Stream Packets, the MPEG2 Multiplexer procedure, and how to add additional information like PSI Tables and Sync Information.

Normally, in DVB-T (and others?) a transport stream contains more than one program stream and therefore more than one program.

See also

Multiple programs is a page describing various software solutions to record more than one program at a time.

Links