Added Asmax in the AUTHORS file.

Documentation update.
parent a1e7dade
......@@ -9,6 +9,7 @@ N: Arnaud de Bossoreille de Ribou
C: bozo
D: C++ framework (a little bit)
D: modules
D: Support for AC3/subtitles channels in PS to TS converter
D: Administration architecture
D: Telnet protocol
......@@ -23,3 +24,8 @@ D: Internal architecture
D: PS to TS converter
D: Telnet protocol
N: Cyril Deguet
C: asmax
D: "video" input
......@@ -106,13 +106,13 @@ won't be able to use the channel.
How to configure Inputs ?
First: Input are declared in the vls.cfg section "Inputs". The syntax
is :
<InputName> = "<InputType>"
At the moment the only input type available is "local".
At the moment the only input types available are "local" (files/dvd)
and "video" (encoding card).
Local input
......@@ -152,9 +152,9 @@ END
The "Name" setting is the name used to identify the program. The "Type"
setting could be :
- Mpeg1PS (file) : supported;
- Mpeg2PS (file) : supported;
- Mpeg2TS (file) : supported;
- Mpeg1-PS (file) : supported;
- Mpeg2-PS (file) : supported;
- Mpeg2-TS (file) : supported;
- Dvd (device) : supported;
When the program is a file you must add a "FileName" setting. The file
......@@ -164,6 +164,15 @@ When the program's type is "Dvd" you must add a "Device" setting
("/dev/dvd" for example). The "FilesPath" is _not_ prepended to the
device's name.
The file input.cfg in this tree is a short example.
Video Input
To write.
How to use the VideoLAN Server ?
......@@ -21,12 +21,24 @@ Once configured, run `make' to build vls.
Installing and running the VideoLAN Server
At the moment you can't install the vls and its plugins. The vls is run
directly in the bin directory.
- change to the bin directory;
- edit a vls.cfg file, there is an example in the root directory.
Read the HOWTO file to know how to configure the server;
- set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the bin directory ("." works);
- launch with "./vls".
run `make install'.
Default files and directories:
- binaries : /usr/local/bin
- plugins : /usr/local/lib/videolan/vls
- configuration file : /usr/local/etc/videolan/vls/vls.cfg
The configuration file is first searched in the current directory or
if it doesn't exist it is searched in /usr/local/etc/videolan/vls.
Edit a vls.cfg file. Read the HOWTO file to know how to configure the server
lauch vls : `vls'
Uninstalling the VideoLAN Server
run `make uninstall'.
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