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Added commas to separate the thousands and millions in the multiplex bit rate. This makes reading the mux-rate much easier Pro: Added the multi protocol IPTV source module. More information is here All: When the HTTP source is reading a list of transport stream files from an M3U playlist and it reaches the end of this list, it displays a warning that the end of the playlist has been reached.
Fixed an issue with the Closed Caption decoder where multiple languages might cause display corruption of EIA captions Pro: The specification is quite unclear as to proper decoding of this field so this is a good balance All: PotPlayer is free and very good media player that decodes faster than VLC.
TSReader should be pointed at the C: Added support for VLC 3. When set to 1 recordings of the entire transport stream will have the null PIDs 0x1fff or discarded. Set to 1 prevents TSReader from showing a dialog telling the user to connect to http: Name of the bandplan to use when scanning for DVB-T channels. The width of half an hour in the EPG chart.
The number of seconds between decodes of the ES streams for thumbnails. Bitmask used to select which tables are exported in HTML mode. The update rate in milliseconds between updates of any of the TSReader graphs. When set to 1, TSReader will not show the small text icons on the bottom of video thumbnails. When set to 1 and the TSReader main window is minimized by the user, TSReader will remove itself from the Windows taskbar and insert an icon into the tray notification area at the right of the taskbar.
When set to the default of 0, TSReader will not include the: Indicates the state of the 22 KHz tone option on the last satellite tune attempt. The modulation mode used for tuning the satellite interface. The inner FEC code rate used for satellite tuning. Set to 1 indicates the last file processed had a.
The polarity LNB voltage used on satellite signals. Spectrum inversion mode for DVB-T cards. Set to 1 prevents TSReader Lite from warning that it must be shutdown before a different graph type can be displayed. Set to 1 if TSReader was closed with the main window maximized. Specifies the maximum number of DCII video frames to decode when generating a thumbnail. Similar but for MPEG-2 video. The title of the recording.
The location of the CinemaSix. Set to 1 autoscrolls the trace window received from the Roku HD device. You can return to the main page for this software by clicking here.
You have not voted yet! Duplication of links or content is strictly prohibited. Fixed an issue with all most Hauppauge source modules not working with 2. Removed the FutureTel source module. Oct 17, Fixed an issue with Scientific Atlanta formatted captions not being decoded correctly. Multiple device support for Alitronika products. Devices that support output are listed on the Forward menu. The Reed-Solomon codes are generated in software so a powerful processor will be required to use this option.
Is debug trace information available to help diagnose the problem? Yes, TSReader has a lot of debug output! We will find this information very useful for bug reports! Transport streams can contain a single program or many programs. Even very fast computers would have a very hard time keeping up with this. The refresh rate how often TSReader goes through each stream and generates a thumbnail can be as low as one every second. You can change this by right-clicking on any thumbnail and setting the refresh rate.
The more frequent the thumbnail refresh rate, the higher the CPU load will be and the chance of losing packets will be higher because Windows is not a real-time operating system that one would see on a set-top-box.
This is documented here. Bitrate" and "Last Second" counters? This results in accurate values for constant bit-rate streams but will vary on variable bit-rate streams. The last second counter is the number of bits that flow through TSReader during the prior second. This will vary widely because Windows is not a real-time operating system.
For example another processes on Windows can prevent TSReader from running or a network delivered stream such as TCP or HTTP may temporary slow down packet delivery because of network congestion or packet loss. The buffering inside TSReader prevents packets from being lost so you may see this value drop and then jump up to a high value. TSReader also toggles this value between the bits received in the last second and the maximum it has seen during a run. If you see this value as zero, it indicates the stream has stopped.