DVB recievers

Any plans on supporting files from DVB recievers. I’ve got a topfieled and its playable with videolan:bow:

Any idea what sort of file it is? I’m guessing you’re looking to use File to Mobile to convert it to a more universal format, or are you looking to use DVD to Mobile to export DVDs to the receiver somehow?

What does VLC say about the files? Or MediaInfo?

[QUOTE=signals;2303509]What does VLC say about the files? Or MediaInfo?[/QUOTE]

Sorry Its a standard TS stream with 4K extra padding before the standard header.

http://forum.toppy.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?p=89704
http://forum.toppy.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=381
http://www.toppy.org.uk/documents/Structure%20of%20Recorded%20File%20in%20TF5000PVR%20(Feb%2021%202004).doc

Videolan discussion about the subject
http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=751

[QUOTE=MarijoEdlund;2303684]Sorry Its a standard TS stream with 4K extra padding before the standard header.

http://forum.toppy.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?p=89704
http://forum.toppy.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=381
http://www.toppy.org.uk/documents/Structure%20of%20Recorded%20File%20in%20TF5000PVR%20(Feb%2021%202004).doc

Videolan discussion about the subject
http://forum.videolan.org/viewtopic.php?t=751[/QUOTE]

What is your problem not using tsremux and tsmuxer??

BTW, topfields are none quality receivers.

[QUOTE=chef;2303711]What is your problem not using tsremux and tsmuxer??

BTW, topfields are none quality receivers.[/QUOTE]

No i havnt tried tsremux or tsmuxer I’m using MPEG Streamclip, projectX or DVR-Studio to convert to MPG, but i’d like to store the file as avi or mp4

MPEG-2 transport streams are not terribly efficient ways to store files. Have you tried just changing the file suffix to mpg and converting it with File to Mobile? Do you have a short (<20 MB) snippet you could attach to an email?

[QUOTE=signals;2303769]MPEG-2 transport streams are not terribly efficient ways to store files. Have you tried just changing the file suffix to mpg and converting it with File to Mobile? Do you have a short (<20 MB) snippet you could attach to an email?[/QUOTE]

Yes if i rename the file to Djungel George 2009-05-30.rec.ts or Djungel George 2009-05-30.rec.mpg or Djungel George 2009-05-30.rec.avi it works but not if i open the Djungel George 2009-05-30.rec directly.

can .rec be added as valid format or can extension be ignored :bow:

Why should the file be rejected just because the extention is invalid?

Please Ignore extension when file is selected or dropped :bow: