man dvblast Command

Man page for apt-get dvblast Command

Man Page for dvblast in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man dvblast

Man Dvblast  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man dvblast in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man dvblast

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

DVBLAST(1)                                                                  User Commands                                                                 DVBLAST(1)



NAME
DVBlast Simple and powerful dvb streaming application

SYNOPSIS
dvblast [ q] c [ r ] [ t ] [ o ] [ i ] [ a ] [ n ] [ S ] f quency> [ s ] [ v <0|13|18>] [ p] [ b ] [ m ] [ e] [ T]

DESCRIPTION
DVBlast is a simple and powerful streaming application based on the linux dvb API. It opens a DVB device, tunes it, places PID filters, configures a CAM
module, and demultiplexes the packets to several RTP outputs.

DVBlast is designed to be the core of a custom IRD or CID, based on a PC with Linux supported DVB cards.

DVBlast does not do any kind of processing on the elementary streams, such as transcoding, PID remapping or remultiplexing. it does not stream from plain
files, only DVB devices. If you were looking for these features, switch to VLC.

OPTIONS
a
Address of the adapter

b
Bandwidth

c
Use the given configuration file

d
Duplicate all received packets to a given destination

e Enable EPG pass through (EIT data)

f
Frequency

h Print the help message

i
Priority

m Modulation
DVB C qpsk|qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256 (default qam_auto)
DVB T qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256 (default qam_auto)
DVB S2 qpsk|psk_8 (default legacy DVB S)

n
THe frontend number

o
RTP output IP

p force 22kHz pulses for high band selection (DVB S)

q be quiet (less verbosity, repeat or use number for even quieter)

r
Remote socket to use

s
Symbole rate

S
Satellite number for diseqc (0: no diseqc, 1 4, A or B)

t
Time To Live of the multicast stream

T Generate unique TS ID for each program

u Turn on budget mode (no hardware PID filtering)

U Use raw UDP rather than RTP (required by some IPTV set top boxes)

v <0|13|18>
Voltage to apply to the LNB (QPSK)

W Add extra delays for slow CAMs

AUTHORS
Writen by Marian urkovi, Andy Gatward and Christophe Massiot

LICENCE
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of version 2 of the GNU General Public License as published by the
Free Software Foundation.



DVBlast 1.1 January 2010 DVBLAST(1)


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