Commit e04ac139 authored by Alexis de Lattre's avatar Alexis de Lattre

vls.cfg : updated to new format.

vls.spec : preparing the next release.
parent b4bed8b6
...@@ -46,13 +46,41 @@ BEGIN "Inputs" ...@@ -46,13 +46,41 @@ BEGIN "Inputs"
# dvb = "dvb" # Video input example (DVB card) # dvb = "dvb" # Video input example (DVB card)
END END
# Inputs configuration BEGIN "Input"
BEGIN "local1" ProgramCount = "4"
END
# --- Format: # --- Format:
# ConfigPath = "/path" # BEGIN "program_number"
# Name = "program_name"
# Type = "type" # can be Mpeg1-PS, Mpeg2-PS, Mpeg2-TS, or Dvd
# FileName = "path" # use this variable if Type is not "Dvd"
# Device = "device" # use this variable with type "Dvd"
# END
# --- Example: # --- Example:
# The configuration file is /usr/local/etc/videolan/vls/input.cfg BEGIN "1" # MPEG2 stream stored in /home/videolan/streams/Dolby.vob
ConfigPath = "/usr/local/etc/videolan/vls" Name = "dolby"
FileName = "/media/films/Dolby_Canyon.vob"
Type = "Mpeg2-PS"
END
BEGIN "2" # another file
Name = "canyon"
FileName = "Dolby_Canyon.vob"
Type = "Mpeg2-PS"
END
BEGIN "3" # Dvd
Name = "film"
Device = "/dev/cdrom"
Type = "Dvd"
END
BEGIN "4" # Dvd stored on a hard disk
Name = "matrix"
Device = "/mnt/data/matrix/VIDEO_TS"
Type = "Dvd"
END END
# Video input configuration # Video input configuration
...@@ -65,17 +93,7 @@ END ...@@ -65,17 +93,7 @@ END
# Video input (DVB) configuration # Video input (DVB) configuration
BEGIN "dvb" BEGIN "dvb"
# --- Example: # --- Example:
# DeviceNumber = "0" # /dev/ost/dvr<i> # DeviceNumber = "0" # /dev/dvb/adapter<i>
# Frequency = "12553000" # Frequency in kHz of the transponder
# Polarization = "0" # 0 or 1
# SymbolRate = "27500000" # Symbol rate
# DiSEqC = "0" # DiSEqC address of the used LNB
# LNB_Lof1 = "9750000" # Local frequency of lower LNB band
# LNB_Lof2 = "10600000" # Local frequency of upper LNB band
# LNB_SLof = "11700000" # Switch frequency of LNB
# SendMethod = "0" # 0 - Send All Pids # SendMethod = "0" # 0 - Send All Pids
# 1 - Send only MPEG2 datas # 1 - Send only MPEG2 datas
END END
...@@ -124,6 +142,6 @@ END ...@@ -124,6 +142,6 @@ END
# Commands automatically lanched on Startup # Commands automatically lanched on Startup
# Commands shall be like they would be typed in a telnet console. # Commands shall be like they would be typed in a telnet console.
BEGIN "LaunchOnStartUp" BEGIN "LaunchOnStartUp"
# command1 = "start film localhost local1 --loop" # command1 = "start dolby localhost local1 --loop"
# command2 = "start 28009 client1 dvb" # command2 = "start 28009 client1 dvb"
END END
%define name vls %define name vls
%define version 0.4.0 %define version 0.4.5
%define release 1 %define release 1
Summary: VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2 and DVD software solution. Summary: VideoLAN is a free streaming solution for every OS.
Name: %{name} Name: %{name}
Version: %{version} Version: %{version}
Release: %{release} Release: %{release}
...@@ -15,11 +15,16 @@ Requires: libdvbpsi1 ...@@ -15,11 +15,16 @@ Requires: libdvbpsi1
Buildrequires: libdvbpsi1-devel Buildrequires: libdvbpsi1-devel
%description %description
VideoLAN is a free network-aware MPEG and DVD player. VideoLAN is a free streaming solution for every OS developed by
The VideoLAN Server allows to stream MPEG content from several sources students from the Ecole Centrale Paris and developers from all over the
over an IP network. World.
You may install vls-dvd to allow DVD streaming and/or vls-dvb to use a The VideoLAN Server can stream MPEG content from several sources
satellite receiver. (MPEG 1 or 2 files, DVDs, satellite cards, digital terrestial television
cards, real time MPEG encoding cards) over an IP network in unicast or
multicast.
You may install vls-dvd to allow DVD streaming and/or vls-dvb to be able
to stream digital unencrypted satellite channels and digital terrestial
television channels from a DVB device.
%package -n %{name}-dvd %package -n %{name}-dvd
Summary: DVD input for VideoLAN Server Summary: DVD input for VideoLAN Server
...@@ -42,7 +47,9 @@ Requires: %{name} = %{version} ...@@ -42,7 +47,9 @@ Requires: %{name} = %{version}
%description -n %{name}-dvb %description -n %{name}-dvb
The %{name}-dvb package includes the DVB input plugin for the VideoLAN The %{name}-dvb package includes the DVB input plugin for the VideoLAN
Server. Server.
It allows satellite reception from a DVB device using the DVB drivers. It allows reception of digital unencrypted satellite channels and
digital terrestial television channels from a DVB device using the DVB
drivers of linuxtv.org.
%prep %prep
...@@ -75,6 +82,9 @@ rm -rf %buildroot ...@@ -75,6 +82,9 @@ rm -rf %buildroot
%{_libdir}/videolan/vls/dvbinput.so %{_libdir}/videolan/vls/dvbinput.so
%changelog %changelog
* Sun Dec 8 2002 Alexis de Lattre <alexis@videolan.org>
- Updated vls.spec for the vls 0.4.5 release.
* Mon Oct 14 2002 Alexis de Lattre <alexis@videolan.org> * Mon Oct 14 2002 Alexis de Lattre <alexis@videolan.org>
- Updated vls.spec for the vls 0.4 release. - Updated vls.spec for the vls 0.4 release.
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