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pydvbcss - Python library that implements DVB protocols for companion synchronisation
pydvbcss is a set of Python 2.7 libraries and command-line tools that implement some of the protocols defined in the DVB CSS specification (published as ETSI 103-286 part 2) and are used for the "inter-device synchronisation" feature in HbbTV 2. These protocols enable synchronisation of media presentation between a TV and Companion devices (mobiles, tablets, etc).This library includes simple to use high level abstractions that wrap up the server or client behaviour for each protocol as well as low level code for packing and unpacking messages sent across the protocols. There are also objects that work with the rest of the library to represent clocks and timelines.
A DVB-T recorder for KDE. Supports channel scanning, error detection, recording and scheduling of multiple channels with one DVB-T card (if they're on the same frequency), and much more. First version, really experimental.
Ever wanted to investigate the inner workings of a Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) stream? This programme allows you to analyse the tables and packets within a DVB Transport Stream either from a recorded file or live (dependant on hardware).
European digital radio amp; television uses the DVB standard to broadcast its data. Project X gives you a look behind the transmissions and tries its best to handle amp; repair many stream types and shows what went wrong on reception.
dvbsnoop - DVB analyzer / MPEG analyzer program to monitor, analyze, debug, dump or view dvb/mpeg/dsm-cc/mhp stream information (TS, PES, SECTION) (e.g. digital television) send via satellite, cable or terrestrial.
A XMMS output plugin, which enables xmms to redirect output to a DVB-s (-t -c) card by making use of the 2.6 kernel drivers or the drivers provided by linuxtv.org. This way the digital output (if present) of these cards can be used.
This project is intended to turn a personal computer into an advanced set-top box for digital video broadcastings (DVB). The goal is an extendable and highly configurable platform for all kinds of related services,