Provided by: tvoe_0.1-1build1_amd64 bug


       tvoe - TV over ethernet streaming


       tvoe [-h] [-c config] [-f]


       tvoe  (TV  over  Ethernet  streaming  server)  is a lightweight DVB-S/S2 network streaming
       software. It can serve many transponders on multiple tuners  simultaneously  and  provides
       dynamic  tuner  allocation to the clients, giving you the possibility to add more stations
       to the channel list than the tuner configuration would be able to stream simultaneously.

       tvoe is designed for a homogenous tuner configuration, i.e., if  you  are  including  DVB-
       S2-channels  in  your channel list, all configured tuners should be able to be S2-capable.
       Also, tvoe only supports S2API for tuner  configuration.  Some  legacy  systems  and  DVB-
       S1-only-drivers might not support S2API and thus cannot be used with tvoe.

       tvoe  uses  the  same format for channel lists as the zap(1) utility from dvb-tools.  They
       can be easily generated using scan, wscan or  other  utilities  supporting  the  zap  file
       format.  For  example,  to  generate a channel list of all channels on Astra 19.2E (mostly
       relevant for central Europe), you can do

       scan /usr/share/dvb/dvb-s/Astra-19.2E > channels.conf

       All channels listed in the channels.conf will be served  by  tvoe.  If  necessary,  remove
       unused channels from the list before using it.

       Next,  adjust  the example config file to match your tuner configuration. Make sure to set
       the correct path to the channel list. You can then start tvoe using tvoe -f CONFIGFILE

       The streams can then be accessed via http://IP:CONFIGURED_PORT/by-sid/SID,  where  SID  is
       the  DVB  service  ID  of  the  requested  station  (the second-last column in the channel
       specification in channels.conf). Additional URLs might be added in the future.


       -h     Display a short usage summary

       -c config
              Use the specified config

       --p pidfile
              Write process PID to given pidfile

       --q    (quiet) - don't write debug output to stdout when starting.

       -f     Start tvoe as a foreground process and disable forking to the background.


       tvoe is written by Dominik Paulus, inspired by the classic getstream utility but  designed
       for greater flexibility by not using a fixed transponder configuration.


       Copyright (c) 2013-2014 Dominik Paulus. License: ISC license.


       At the moment, tvoe only supports S2API, even for normal DVB-S-streams.

                                               tvoe                                       tvoe(1)