Provided by: dvblast_3.0-1_amd64 bug


       DVBlast - Simple and powerful dvb streaming application


       dvblast  [-q]  [-c  <config_file>]  [-r  <remote_socket>]  [-t  <ttl>]  [-o <SSRC_IP>] [-i
       <RT_priority>] [-a <adapter>] [-n <frontend_number>] [-y <ca_number>]  [-S  <diseqc>]  [-k
       <uncommitted              port>]              [-f             <frequency>]             [-D
       <src_host>[:<src_port>][[@<src_mcast>][:<port>]][/<opts>]]    [-A    <ASI_adapter>]    [-s
       <symbol_rate>]  [-v <0|13|18>] [-p] [-b <bandwidth>] [-I <inversion>] [-F <fec_inner>] [-m
       <modulation>]  [-R  <rolloff>]  [-P  <pilot>]  [-K  <fec_lp>]  [-G  <guard_interval>]  [-H
       <hierarchy>]  [-X  <transmission>]  [-O  <lock_timeout>] [-u] [-w] [-U] [-L <latency>] [-E
       <retention>] [-d <dest_IP>[<:port>][/<opts>]]  [-z]  [-C]  [-e]  [-M  <network_name>]  [-N
       <network_ID>]   [-T]  [-j  <system_charset>]  [-W]  [-Y]  [-l]  [-g  <logger  ident>]  [-Z
       <mrtg_file>]   [-V]   [-h]   [-0   pid_mapping]   [-1   <mis_id>]    [-2    <size>]    [-5
       <DVBS|DVBS2|DVBC_ANNEX_A|DVBT|ATSC>]   [-J   <DVB_charset>]   [-B   <provider_name>]   [-Q
       <quit_timeout>] [-x <text|xml>]


       DVBlast is a simple and powerful streaming application based  on  the  linux-dvb  API.  It
       opens  a  DVB  device,  tunes  it,  places  PID  filters,  configures  a  CAM  module, and
       demultiplexes the packets to several RTP outputs.

       DVBlast is designed to be the core of a custom IRD or CID,  based  on  a  PC  with  Linux-
       supported DVB cards.

       DVBlast  does not do any kind of processing on the elementary streams, such as transcoding
       or remultiplexing. it does not stream from plain files, only  DVB  devices.  If  you  were
       looking for these features, switch to VLC.


       -a, --adapter <adapter>
              Address of the adapter

       -A, --asi-adapter
              Read  packets  from  an  ASI  adapter  (0-n). If support for Deltacast ASI cards is
              compiled in, prefix the adapter number with  "deltacast:"  to  select  a  Deltacast
              input. Deltacast inputs are numbered as (100 * card number) + channel number.

       -b, --bandwidth <bandwidth>
              Frontend bandwidth

       -B, --provider-name <name>
              Service  provider  name  to declare in the SDT. If you want to change provider name
              per output use /srvprovider= output option in the config file.

       -c, --config-file <config file>
              Use the given configuration file

       -C, --dvb-compliance
              Pass through or build the mandatory DVB tables

       -d, --duplicate <dest IP:port>
              Duplicate all received packets to a given destination

       -D, --rtp-input
              Read packets from a multicast address instead of a DVB card

       -W, --emm-passthrough
              Enable EMM pass through (CA system data)

       -Y, --ecm-passthrough
              Enable ECM pass through (CA program data)

       -e, --epg-passthrough
              Enable EPG pass through (EIT data)

       -E, --retention <retention>
              Maximum retention allowed between input and output (default: 40 ms)

       -f, --frequency <frequency>
              Frontend frequency. If '-' is specified instead of a numeric  value,  the  frontend
              will  be  not be tuned by dvblast and you should use external tuning tool (szap) to
              tune it.

       -F, --fec-inner <FEC>
              Forward Error Correction used by satellite (FEC Inner)
              DVB-S2 0|12|23|34|35|56|78|89|910|999 (default auto: 999)

       -G, --guard <interval>
              DVB-T guard interval
              DVB-T 32 (1/32)|16 (1/16)|8 (1/8)|4 (1/4)|-1 (auto, default)

       -h, --help
              Print the help message

       -H, --hierarchy <hierarchy>
              DVB-T hierarchy (0, 1, 2, 4 or -1 auto, default)

       -i, --priority <RT priority>
              Real time priority

       -I, --inversion <inversion>
              Inversion (-1 auto, 0 off, 1 on)

       -j, --system-charset <charset>
              Character set used for printing messages (default UTF-8)

       -J, --dvb-charset <charset>
              Character set used in output DVB tables (default ISO-8859-1)

       -k, --uncommitted <uncommitted port>
              Port number for uncommitted diseqc (0: no uncommitted diseqc, 1-4)

       -K, --fec-lp
              DVB-T low priority FEC (default auto)

       -1, --delsys <delivery_system>
              Select delivery system. Possible values: DVBS|DVBS2|DVBC_ANNEX_A|DVBT|ATSC (default

       -5, --multistream-id <stream_id>
              Set stream ID for multistream capable transponders. Value: 0-255 (default: 0)

       -l, --logger
              Send messages to syslog instead of stderr

       -g, --logger-ident <logger_ident>
              Set  the  program name that will appear in syslog (default: dvblast /the executable

       -L, --latency <latency>
              Maximum latency allowed between input and output (default: 100 ms)

       -m, --modulation
              DVB-C  qpsk|qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256 (default qam_auto)
              DVB-T  qam_16|qam_32|qam_64|qam_128|qam_256 (default qam_auto)
              DVB-S2 qpsk|psk_8 (default legacy DVB-S)

       -M, --network-name <name>
              DVB network name to declare in the NIT

       -n, --frontend-number <frontend number>
              The frontend number

       -y, --ca-number <ca_dev_number>
              CA device number. Default: 0

       -2, --dvr-buf-size <size>
              Sets the size of the DVR TS buffer in bytes.

       -N, --network-id <ID>
              DVB network ID to declare in the NIT

       -o, --rtp-output <SSRC IP>
              RTP output IP

       -O, --lock-timeout <timeout>
              Timeout for the lock operation (in ms)

       -p, --force-pulse
              Force 22kHz pulses for high-band selection (DVB-S)

       -P, --pilot
              DVB-S2 Pilot (-1 auto, 0 off, 1 on)

       -q, --quiet
              Be quiet (less verbosity, repeat or use number for even quieter)

       -Q, --quit-timeout <delay>
              When locked, quit after this delay (in ms), or after the first lock timeout

       -r, --remote-socket <remote socket>
              Remote socket to use

       -R, --rolloff <rolloff>
              Rolloff value to use
              DVB-S2 35=0.35|25=0.25|20=0.20|0=AUTO (default: 35)

       -s, --symbol-rate <symbol rate>
              Symbole rate

       -S, --diseqc <diseqc>
              Satellite number for diseqc (0: no diseqc, 1-4, A or B)

       -t, --ttl <ttl>
              Time-To-Live of the multicast stream

       -T, --unique-ts-id
              Generate unique TS ID for each program

       -u, --budget-mode
              Turn on budget mode (no hardware PID filtering)

       -U, --udp
              Use raw UDP rather than RTP (required by some IPTV set top boxes)

       -v, --voltage <0|13|18>
              Voltage to apply to the LNB (QPSK)

       -V, --version
              Only display the version

       -w, --select-pmts
              Set a PID filter on all PMTs. This option is automatically enabled when config file
              is  used.  To  disable  setting  PMT  filters  in  case of config file is used, add
              --select-pmts after --config-file <file> parameter.

       -x, --print
              Print interesting events on stdout in a given format

       -X, --transmission <transmission>
              DVB-T transmission (2, 4, 8 or -1 auto, default

       -z, --any-type
              pass through all ESs from the PMT, of any type

       -Z, --mrtg-file <mrtg_file>
              Every 10 seconds log statistics in <mrtg_file>. The file has 4 numbers  in  it  and
              the    format    is:   <passed_bytes>   <error_packets>   <packets_with_seq_errors>

       -0, --pidmap <pmtpid,audiopid,videopid,spupid>
              Map the elementary stream pids to the values  given  for  all  elementary  streams.
              Where  there  are  multiple  audio  pids,  then  these  will be mapped to audiopid,
              auiopid+1, audiopid +2 and so on.


       Read the README file for more information about the configuration of dvblast.


       Writen by Marian Ďurkovič, Andy Gatward, Christophe Massiot and Jean-Paul Saman


       This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
       version 2 of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.