[mythtv-users] transport stream tools, possibly including ProjectX

David Watkins watkinshome at gmail.com
Tue May 23 13:56:46 UTC 2006

On 23/05/06, Robin Neatherway <robthebob at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm just sending the below again as it didn't appear come up on the
> list when I sent it last night.
> I'm having some problems with playing around with the DVB transport
> streams in the UK. I am looking for some good tools to particularly
> check what PIDs are being used within the stream, and demux out
> particular streams, without losing audio sync later.
> The file I am testing on has the following structure:
> 0x258 -- Video
> 0x259 -- Audio 1
> 0x25a -- Audio 2
> 0x25b -- Subtitles
> ProjectX seems to be the only program capable of finding this last
> PID, and it crashes unless I make sure it ignores the second audio
> stream. Once the subtitles are demuxed, I have them as a "sup" file -
> how should I convert this to an .srt or similar?
> I'd be really interested to know what the tools are that you guys use
> for dealing with dvb streams for post processing, and yes, I've
> searched the lists!

Just to show you it did arrive.

By default you don't get your own messages sent back to you.

As regards your question, running a lossless transcode within myth
seems to help give me some consistency when trying to play myth
captured dvb files on other media players, and don't VLC and mplayer
both print out PID information when they start running?

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