1. 04 Feb, 2003 2 commits
  2. 03 Feb, 2003 3 commits
  3. 09 Dec, 2002 1 commit
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      . Retro Compatibility for configuration files · 68998b36
      Damien Lucas authored
      . ProgramCount is not needed anymore for local input
      . You can define local input just with:
          BEGIN "xxx"  where xxx is a number
        The 'local1' input is implicitly declared
      . Compilation warnings fixed
  4. 08 Dec, 2002 4 commits
  5. 06 Dec, 2002 1 commit
  6. 03 Dec, 2002 2 commits
  7. 02 Dec, 2002 1 commit
    • zorglub's avatar
      · 50c778b8
      zorglub authored
      Update of the VLS documentation for the future release
  8. 30 Nov, 2002 1 commit
  9. 19 Nov, 2002 1 commit
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      New dvb input working with the new drivers · 1299ab29
      Damien Lucas authored
        I use for this the libdvb which you will have to compile and install
        by hand since there are no release yet:
        Supposing you check out the linuxtv cvs in /usr/src/DVB
        go to /usr/src/DVB/libdvb
        $cp libdvb.a /usr/local/lib
        $mkdir /usr/local/include/dvb
        $cp *.h /usr/local/include/dvb
        $cp *.hh /usr/local/include/dvb
        This should allow you to run in your vls directory
        './configure --enable-dvb' and 'make'
        This new driver allows you to specify the channelnames instead of the
        frequencies. So you will need to have a .dvbrc in your home (this file
        is parsed by the vls in order to find the frequency). See dvbtools to
        generate this file.
        With this driver, you should be able to use multiple DVB cards.
        You won't have to specify the card type anymore (automatically detected).
        DVB-T and DVB-C are not tested at all.
        DVB target syntax is 'dvb:ChannelName[:DeviceNumber]'
         dvb:EuroNews    to read EuroNews from /dev/dvb/adapter0
                         ($HOME/.dvbrc file is used)
         dvb:EuroSport:1 to read EuroSport from /dev/dvb/adapter1
                         ($HOME/.dvbrc.1 file is used)
      . I plan to release soon a new version for
          - starting in command line
          - new dvbinput
        I am writing the TODO list before the release:
          - Windows and Mac OS X compilation fixes (cf command line)
          - -t command line option is reported not to work
          - documentation update
        Please, report all the bugs or anything that should be modified for the
  10. 11 Nov, 2002 1 commit
  11. 05 Nov, 2002 2 commits
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      new command line functionnalities: · 07fc0626
      Damien Lucas authored
        . -d option : syntax is protocol:arg1[:arg2]
           ex: rtp:
        . MPEG1-PS streams are autodected (in an ugly way, but detected ;-)
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      · 865113b2
      Damien Lucas authored
      Added a command line launching solution for easy configuration.
      By 'easy', I mean one mpeg-2 input streamed to one ipv4 network output.
      syntax is:
      vls [options] target
      with target like:
        dvd:/dev/dvd                - for reading from the device
        dvd:/mnt/videos/dvd1        - for files stored on a hard drive
        file:/mnt/videos/stream1.ts - for a local file
         when using file method, vls detects wether it is a MPEG2-TS or MPEG2-PS
         but does not detect MPEG1-PS.
        -f (--file)        to specify the configuration file
        -l (--loop)        with start streaming with loop option
        -v (--verbose)     verbose level (-v, -vv, -vvv)
        -d (--destination) specify IP and port to broadcast to
                            (multicast IP are automaticaly detected)
        -t (--ttl)         specify TTL
        -h (--help)        display a short syntax help
        --log              specify logfile
      To do this, I had to change few things:
        . in vls.cfg section "vls" (or ...)  are now called "global"
        . you just have one configuration file local inputs are described inside
            (I will add a include directive soon)
      But documentation is no longer up to date. We are going to rewrite it soon
      Those changes should only be available on system with getopt headers and
      should have broken anything in other OS. But I am not that sure ;-)
  12. 19 Oct, 2002 1 commit
  13. 17 Oct, 2002 1 commit
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      · 8a7aecdd
      Damien Lucas authored
        Some changes in prevision of DVB-T and DVB-C support.
  14. 14 Oct, 2002 2 commits
  15. 13 Oct, 2002 4 commits
  16. 12 Oct, 2002 2 commits
  17. 11 Oct, 2002 1 commit
  18. 08 Oct, 2002 1 commit
    • Damien Lucas's avatar
      In prevision of the release: · 106d2dfb
      Damien Lucas authored
         . Correct the maximum PIDs filters to set (256 instead of 32)
         . Add a parameter to choose between sending the whole program or
           sending only the MPEG2 pids (some may want to look at dvb subtitles)
         . Fixed the NewPAT bug (by adding the correct Release)
      DVB input have been tested with Nova Card not yet with DVB-S. Please report
      any problem.
  19. 07 Oct, 2002 2 commits
  20. 04 Oct, 2002 2 commits
    • Alexis de Lattre's avatar
      · 2efb420a
      Alexis de Lattre authored
      PDF and PS formats for automatic generation on the VideoLAN Web site
    • Alexis de Lattre's avatar
      · cba96261
      Alexis de Lattre authored
      Syntax error fixed.
  21. 01 Oct, 2002 2 commits
  22. 30 Sep, 2002 3 commits
    • Jean-Paul Saman's avatar
    • Jean-Paul Saman's avatar
      Implementation of input <name> <type> [] [--add] [--delete] command. · 2e901d8e
      Jean-Paul Saman authored
      - Adding and deleting is tested for type=local
      - Please test type=video and type=dvb
      - Adding expect scripts for testing command
      BUGS: type=video and type=dvb uses more then one Optional Arguments. This usage does not seem to work very wel. Symptom the second optional argument ("/Mpeg2-PS") in:
      input myinput video /dev/video Mpeg2-PS --add
      is retrieved in place of the first one ("/dev/video"). Thus strDevice = cRequest.GetArg("device"); gives as result "Mpeg2-TS". The first optional argument dissapears.
      Can someone look at this, please?
    • Jean-Paul Saman's avatar
      Starting vls server with name "vlsd" will start process in Daemon mode. If... · 8dba6f7f
      Jean-Paul Saman authored
      Starting vls server with name "vlsd" will start process in Daemon mode. If running as daemon configure vls (in vls.cfg)  to use system logging, because all terminal stdin, stdout and stderr are sent into oblivian (see code in C_Daemon::DaemonCloseTerminal()). Thus the process is detached from the launching terminal and becomes a child from the init process.
      Please test Win32 port with this patch to make sure I did not break anything!!
      - dvbinput, dvdreader, filereader  and ps2ts uses printf() a lot, these should use the vls builtin log functionality instead. Currently when running in daemon mode all output goes to /dev/null, thus not showing up in system log at all!.
      - In general use buitin logging instead of printf() from now on.