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tsreport

Langue: en

Version: November 2008 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

tsreport - report on a Transport Stream

SYNOPSIS

tsreport [switches] <infile> [switches]

DESCRIPTION

TS tools version 1.11, tsreport built Nov 11 2008 17:15:48
Report on one of the following for the given Transport Stream:
* The number of TS packets. * PCR and PTS/DTS differences (-buffering). * The packets of a single PID (-justpid).
When conflicting switches are specified, the last takes effect.

Input:

<infile>
Read data from the named H.222 Transport Stream file
-stdin
Read data from standard input

Normal operation:

By default, normal operation just reports the number of TS packets.
-timing, -t Report timing information based on the PCRs
-data Show TS packet/payload data as bytes
-verbose, -v Also output (fairly detailed) information on each TS packet
-quiet, -q Only output summary information (this is the default)
-max <n>, -m <n> Maximum number of TS packets to read

Buffering information:

-buffering, -b
Report on the differences between PCR and PTS, and between PCR and DTS. This is relevant to the size of buffers needed in the decoder.
-o <file>
Output CSV data for -buffering to the named file.
-32
Truncate 33 bit values in the CSV output to 32 bits (losing the top bit).
-verbose, -v
Output PCR/PTS/DTS information as it is found (in a format similar to that used for -o)
-quiet, -q
Output less information (notably, not the PMT)
-cnt <pid>,
Check values of continuity_counter in the specified PID. Writes all the values of the counter to a file called 'continuity_counter.txt'. Turns buffering on (-b).
-max <n>, -m <n>
Maximum number of TS packets to read

Single PID:

-justpid <pid>
Just show data (file offset, index, adaptation field and payload) for TS packets with the given PID. PID 0 is allowed (i.e., the PAT).
-verbose, -v
Is ignored
-quiet, -q
Is ignored
-max <n>, -m <n>
Maximum number of TS packets of that PID to read

Experimental control of timestamp formats (this doesn't affect the output to the CVS file, produced with -o):

-tfmt <thing>
Specify format of time differences.
-tafmt <thing>
Specify format of absolute times.
<thing> is (currently, but may change) one of:
90
Default -- show as 90KHz timestamps (suffix 't' on the values: e.g., 4362599t).
27
Show as 27MHz timestamps (similar, e.g., 25151:000t).
32
Show as 90KHz timestamps, but only the low 32 bits.
ms
Show as milliseconds.
hms
Show as hours/minutes/seconds (H:MM:SS.ssss, the H can be more than one digit if necessary)
TS tools version 1.11, tsreport built Nov 11 2008 17:15:48
Report on one of the following for the given Transport Stream:
* The number of TS packets. * PCR and PTS/DTS differences (-buffering). * The packets of a single PID (-justpid).
When conflicting switches are specified, the last takes effect.

Input:

<infile>
Read data from the named H.222 Transport Stream file
-stdin
Read data from standard input

Normal operation:

By default, normal operation just reports the number of TS packets. -timing, -t Report timing information based on the PCRs. -data Show TS packet/payload data as bytes -verbose, -v Also output (fairly detailed) information on each TS packet. -quiet, -q Only output summary information (this is the default) -max <n>, -m <n> Maximum number of TS packets to read

Buffering information:

-buffering, -b
Report on the differences between PCR and PTS, and between PCR and DTS. This is relevant to the size of buffers needed in the decoder.
-o <file>
Output CSV data for -buffering to the named file.
-32
Truncate 33 bit values in the CSV output to 32 bits (losing the top bit).
-verbose, -v
Output PCR/PTS/DTS information as it is found (in a format similar to that used for -o)
-quiet, -q
Output less information (notably, not the PMT)
-cnt <pid>,
Check values of continuity_counter in the specified PID. Writes all the values of the counter to a file called 'continuity_counter.txt'. Turns buffering on (-b).
-max <n>, -m <n>
Maximum number of TS packets to read

Single PID:

-justpid <pid>
Just show data (file offset, index, adaptation field and payload) for TS packets with the given PID. PID 0 is allowed (i.e., the PAT).
-verbose, -v
Is ignored
-quiet, -q
Is ignored
-max <n>, -m <n>
Maximum number of TS packets of that PID to read

Experimental control of timestamp formats (this doesn't affect the output to the CVS file, produced with -o):

-tfmt <thing>
Specify format of time differences.
-tafmt <thing>
Specify format of absolute times.
<thing> is (currently, but may change) one of:
90
Default -- show as 90KHz timestamps (suffix 't' on the values: e.g., 4362599t).
27
Show as 27MHz timestamps (similar, e.g., 25151:000t).
32
Show as 90KHz timestamps, but only the low 32 bits.
ms
Show as milliseconds.
hms
Show as hours/minutes/seconds (H:MM:SS.ssss, the H can be more than one digit if necessary)

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for tsreport is maintained as a Texinfo manual. Please check http://tstools.berlios.de for more information.
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