What that means you can do with TSReader

OK, so after all that technical mumbo-jumbo, here’s some of the things our users are doing with TSReader:

Stream Analysis
Find PIDs in a mux quickly even if the MPEG-2 tables aren’t correct
Spot channels within muxes that occasionally switch from scrambled to FTA
Analyze new transmissions and get all the pertinent technical information about the mux in just a few seconds
Stream Recording
Record free-to-air SD and HD programs directly to the hard drive
Record free-to-air HD programs directly to D-VHS decks
Recording the entire mux and later using TSReader as a demultiplexor to pull out the individual programs
Stream Monitoring
Spotting if an encoder is running correctly or how much bandwidth is being wasted on null or ghost packets
Monitoring JPEG thumbnails of free-to-air MPEG video to verify correct encoder operation
Exporting automatically DVB tables for real-off-air stream verification
Transcoding the MPEG-2 stream in real-time with VLC to MPEG-4 and then streaming over the Internet – allows remote monitoring of the transmitted stream anywhere in the world
Stream Viewing
Stream free-to-air HD over Firewire to D-VHS decks for real-time decoding with no CPU load and no DirectShow filter issues
Watching free-to-air SD live on the XBox with XBox Media Player
Streaming to VLC which can decode for playback, transcode for Internet streaming and a whole variety of other neat things
Watching video real-time through the Stradis Professional decoder. Even with the cost of a 4:2:2 capable Stradis card, this solution is still thousands of dollars less than a 4:2:2 capable commercial receiver
Streaming video over a network to a Roku HD-1000 HDTV player. Capable of handling MPEG-2 HD streams up to about 50 Mbps.