[FFmpeg-devel] Stream Type 0x80 (video?)
snacky at ikaruga.co.uk
Sat Apr 11 06:41:44 CEST 2009
On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 21:39:15 -0400, Jose Mortensen
<josemortensen at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/4/10 M?ns Rullg?rd <mans at mansr.com>:
>> Jose Mortensen <josemortensen at gmail.com> writes:
>>> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 3:30 PM, compn <tempn at twmi.rr.com> wrote:
>>>> On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 15:24:44 -0400, Jose Mortensen wrote:
>>>>>I am New here. Please tell me where?
>>>> with a name like type80video.ts
>>> 227 Entering Passive Mode (213,144,138,186,246,231)
>>> 150 Ok to send data.
>>> 226 File receive OK.
>>> 8400000 bytes sent in 63.9 secs (1.3e+02 Kbytes/sec)
>> Mentioning the filename you used would have been nice, but I found the
> Sorry about that, for some reason I though it would be the only file....
>> That file is not a valid MPEG-TS stream. ?Several "reserved" fields
>> which should be all ones are set to zero. ?Ignoring this, the video
>> stream has two descriptors, type 0x83 and 0x86, both in the private
>> range. ?There is no registration descriptor to identify any derived
>> spec that may be in use.
I hate replying to this block of text because I can't maintain the right
margin justification you achieved in your paragraph.
Descriptor 0x83: ANSI/SCTE 57, see
http://www.scte.org/documents/pdf/ANSISCTE572003DVS507.pdf table 7.1
Stream type 0x80: Same as above, table 7.4
Descriptor 0x86: ANSI/SCTE 65, see
http://www.scte.org/documents/pdf/ANSISCTE652002DVS234.pdf table 6.2
How'd I know where to find these? I see it all the time, and also
> This file came from satellite broadcasting in the USA (how networks
> broadcast content to cable companies and such). It is supposed to be
> "broadcast quality" stuff. I don't know which encoder was used, but It
> was received by an Motorola IRD which has no problem what so ever
> decoding this thing. Look for DSR-4410MD
As you say, this type of stream is typical in the US.
> I also pased it through a mpeg analyzer, which could not identify the
> video stream either, alongs with a bunch of errors. The video size is
> also not standard.
The size is common. What standard do you think the video size violates?
> It is like there is a hidden agreement between
> broadcasters and equipment manufacturers that they don't want anybody
> to know.
Maybe it's more like the equipment manufacturer is the same end-to-end
sometimes. The users just care that it works, and the sooner the better.
Although we see in this particular case, there are no secrets involved in
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