3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 14, 2008 4:57 AM by 843851 RSS

    Fetch Transport Stream to IRT?

    843851
      I now have a problem on fetch my Transport Stream file to IRT RI. This file,which contains our Xlet, was generated by Carousel Generator. We want to run this Xlet automatedly on IRT RI. Could someone told me how to do this? Or I still need to manually setting the Xlet location in "Applications.cfg" file.

      Thanks.
        • 1. Re: Fetch Transport Stream to IRT?
          843851
          Hi there!

          I think you have to edit the "Applications.cfg" I don't know any other way locally!
          If you have a DVB-(S,T or C) Modulator to create your own Transport-Stream, you may feed its output to your DVB-(S,T or C) PC-device. Tune the IRT RI to the right frequency and watch "your" TV with the application ...
          • 2. Re: Fetch Transport Stream to IRT?
            843851
            Hi

            What confuse me now is that Irt RI could shows different services within a local Transport Stream, but it did not show the Xlet associated with that service.

            I think Irt RI's Navigator should have ability to parsing AIT information and show all available applications within each transport stream ( or within service). Do I think wrong?

            Or I really need to manually configure "Application.cfg". If I need to do, I want to know how to represent a root directory of object carousel? Just like dvb://0.0.2.
            I know the format is dvb://<onid>.<tsid>.<sid>.<ctag>, but how <sid> to represent a object carousel??

            Thanks a lot.

            Howard LIn
            • 3. Re: Fetch Transport Stream to IRT?
              843851
              Hi here's an example of specifying si

              <program
              number = "0x6588">
              <pmt
              pid = "0x200"
              pcrpid = "0x210">
              <elementary-stream
              id = "video_stream_2"
              assoctag = "0x5"
              pid = "0x210"
              type = "0x02">
              <!--
              ! data stream alignment descriptor
              ! alignment_type = 2
              !-->
              <generic-descriptor
              tag = "0x6">
              <bytes
              hexdigits = "02"/>
              </generic-descriptor>
              <stream-identifier-descriptor/>
              </elementary-stream>
              <elementary-stream
              id = "audio_stream_2"
              assoctag = "0x85"
              pid = "0x220"
              type = "0x04">
              <!--
              ! ISO 639 language descriptor
              ! ISO_639_language_code = "eng"
              ! audio_type = 0
              !-->
              <generic-descriptor
              tag = "0xa">
              <bytes
              hexdigits = "656e6700"/>
              </generic-descriptor>
              <stream-identifier-descriptor/>
              </elementary-stream>
              <elementary-stream
              id = "audio_stream_3"
              assoctag = "0x86"
              pid = "0x221"
              type = "0x04">
              <!--
              ! ISO 639 language descriptor
              ! ISO_639_language_code = "fre"
              ! audio_type = 0
              !-->
              <generic-descriptor
              tag = "0xa">
              <bytes
              hexdigits = "66726500"/>
              </generic-descriptor>
              <stream-identifier-descriptor/>
              </elementary-stream>
              </pmt>
              </program>

              </transport-stream>