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Old 13th May 2010, 21:51   #1  |  Link
Derek Prestegard IRL
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Questions about TS Muxing for DVB

Hi folks,

I'm looking into encoding some VOD content for a satellite provider. I'm planning on H.264 + AC3 in a TS container.

According to the broadcaster, the TS must contain "DVB_AU", which I've learned is also known as "ETSI TS 101154 / AU_information private data". I know this because Rhozet Carbon Coder has the ability to insert this data, but can only do so when using its internal Mainconcept SDK H.264 encoder, and not simply mux elementary streams

This is all to facilitate trick-play. A simple mux with TSMuxeR doesn't work on their set-top box, since it is missing this information.

I have an evaluation version of Manzanita's TS Muxer, but its _extremely_ in depth, certainly above my knowledge of MPEG-2 Transport Streams.

Does anyone have familiarity with this type of scenario? I know I can go buy an off the shelf encoding package from ATEME or Harmonic that can do this, but I want to use x264

These are all my personal statements, not those of my employer :)

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