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       DVBlast - Simple and powerful dvb streaming application


       dvblast  [-q]  -c  <config_file>  [-r  <remote_socket>]  [-t <ttl>] [-o
       <SSRC_IP>] [-i <RT_priority>] [-a <adapter>] [-n <frontend number>] [-S
       <diseqc>]  -f  <frequency>  [-s  <symbol_rate>] [-v <0|13|18>] [-p] [-b
       <bandwidth>] [-m <modulation] [-u] [-W] [-U] [-d  <dest_IP:port>]  [-e]


       DVBlast  is  a  simple  and powerful streaming application based on the
       linux-dvb API.  It opens a DVB device, tunes it,  places  PID  filters,
       configures  a  CAM module, and demultiplexes the packets to several RTP

       DVBlast is designed to be the core of a custom IRD or CID, based  on  a
       PC with Linux-supported DVB cards.

       DVBlast  does  not do any kind of processing on the elementary streams,
       such as transcoding, PID  remapping  or  remultiplexing.  it  does  not
       stream  from  plain  files,  only  DVB devices. If you were looking for
       these features, switch to VLC.


       -a, --adapter <adapter>
              Address of the adapter

       -A, --asi-adapter
              Read packets from an ASI adapter (0-n)

       -b, --bandwidth <bandwidth>
              Frontend bandwidth

       -c, --config-file <config file>
              Use the given configuration file

       -d, --duplicate <dest IP:port>
              Duplicate all received packets to a given destination

       -D, --rtp-input
              Read packets from a multicast address instead of a DVB card

       -e, --epg-passthrough
              Enable EPG pass through (EIT data)

       -f, --frequency <frequency>
              Frontend frequency

       -h, --help
              Print the help message

       -i, --priority <RT priority>
              Real time priority

       -m, --modulation
              DVB-C     qpsk|qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256     (default
              DVB-T  qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256 (default qam_auto)
              DVB-S2 qpsk|psk_8 (default legacy DVB-S)

       -n, --frontend-number <frontend number>
              THe frontend number

       -o, --rtp-output <SSRC IP>
              RTP output IP

       -p, --force-pulse
              Force 22kHz pulses for high-band selection (DVB-S)

       -q     Be quiet (less verbosity, repeat or use number for even quieter)

       -r, --remote-socket <remote socket>
              Remote socket to use

       -s, --symbole-rate <symbol rate>
              Symbole rate

       -S, --diseqc <diseqc>
              Satellite number for diseqc (0: no diseqc, 1-4, A or B)

       -t, --ttl <ttl>
              Time-To-Live of the multicast stream

       -T, --unique-ts-id
              Generate unique TS ID for each program

       -u, --budget-mode
              Turn on budget mode (no hardware PID filtering)

       -U, --udp
              Use raw UDP rather than RTP  (required  by  some  IPTV  set  top

       -v, --voltage <0|13|18>
              Voltage to apply to the LNB (QPSK)

       -V, --version
              Only display the version

       -W, --slow-cam
              Add extra delays for slow CAMs


       Read  the  README  file for more information about the configuration of


       Writen by Marian ÄurkoviÄ, Andy Gatward and Christophe Massiot


       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under  the  terms  of  version  2  of the GNU General Public License as
       published by the Free Software Foundation.