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TSPLAY(1) General Commands Manual TSPLAY(1)


tsplaystream a file


tsplay -help [subject]

tsplay [-details] [-err stdout] [-err stderr] [-quiet | -q] [-verbose | -v] [-loop] [-max max_pkts | -m max_pkts] [-mcastif mcast_if | -i mcast_if] [-tcp | -udp] in_file | -stdin host[:port] | -output out_file | -o out_file | -stdout


Act as a server which plays the given file (containing Transport Stream or Program Stream data). The output is always Transport Stream.


Input is from the named H.222 TS file.
Input is from standard input.


Normally, output is to a named host. If port is not specified, it defaults to 88. Output defaults to UDP.
out_file, -output out_file
Output is to file out_file.
Output to the host is via TCP.
Output to the host is via UDP. [default]
Output is to standard output. Forces -quiet and -err stderr.
mcast_if, -mcastif mcast_if
If output is via UDP, and host is a multicast address, then mcast_if is the IP address of the network interface to use. This may not be supported on some versions of Windows.

General Switches

Print out more detailed help information, including some less common options.
Write error messages to standard output (the default)
Write error messages to standard error (Unix traditional)
, -verbose
Output additional diagnostic messages
, -quiet
Suppress informational and warning messages
Summarise the subjects that can be specified
Show help on a particular subject
max_pkts, -max max_pkts
Maximum number of TS/PS packets to read. See -details for more information.
Play the input file repeatedly. Can be combined with -max.


tsinfo(1), pcapreport(1)

October 28, 2015 Debian