1. 08 Dec, 2002 1 commit
  2. 05 Nov, 2002 1 commit
    • 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 ;-)
  3. 27 Apr, 2002 1 commit
    • Cyril Deguet's avatar
      Windows port works ! Some bugs remain, but you can stream a vob file on · b59b5ff8
      Cyril Deguet authored
      the network.
         * src/core/socket.cpp: replaced an "ASSERT(false)" by a real function ;)
         * vls.dsp: project file for Visual C++
         * *.win: files that would be generated by ./configure under linux
           (see README.win32). They should be replaced by a better project file,
           but it works well with that...
         * README.win32: tiny HOWTO
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