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m2ts2ts(1) [debian man page]

M2TS2TS:(1)							   User Commands						       M2TS2TS:(1)

NAME
m2ts2ts - Convert m2ts to TS SYNOPSIS
m2ts2ts [switches] <infile> <outfile> DESCRIPTION
TS tools version 1.11, m2ts2ts built Nov 11 2008 17:15:50 Files: <infile> is a BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream file (M2TS) (but see -stdin) <outfile> is an H.222 Transport Stream file (but see -stdout) General Switches: -stdin Input from standard input instead of a file -stdout Output to standard output instead of a file -verbose, -v Output informational/diagnostic messages -quiet, -q Only output error messages -buffer <n>, -b <n> Number of TS packets to buffer for reordering Defaults to 4. TS tools version 1.11, m2ts2ts built Nov 11 2008 17:15:50 Files: <infile> is a BDAV MPEG-2 Transport Stream file (M2TS) (but see -stdin) <outfile> is an H.222 Transport Stream file (but see -stdout) General Switches: -stdin Input from standard input instead of a file -stdout Output to standard output instead of a file -verbose, -v Output informational/diagnostic messages -quiet, -q Only output error messages -buffer <n>, -b <n> Number of TS packets to buffer for reordering Defaults to 4. SEE ALSO
The full documentation for m2ts2ts is maintained as a Texinfo manual. Please check http://tstools.berlios.de for more information. m2ts2ts 1.11 November 2008 M2TS2TS:(1)

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TSINFO:(1)							   User Commands							TSINFO:(1)

NAME
tsinfo - report on the streams in a Transport Stream SYNOPSIS
tsinfo [switches] <infile> DESCRIPTION
TS tools version 1.11, tsinfo built Nov 11 2008 17:15:48 Report on the program streams in a Transport Stream. Files: <infile> is an H.222 Transport Stream file (but see -stdin) Switches: -stdin Input from standard input, instead of a file -verbose, -v Output extra information about packets -max <n>, -m <n> Number of TS packets to scan. Defaults to 1000. -repeat <n> Look for <n> PMT packets, and report on each TS tools version 1.11, tsinfo built Nov 11 2008 17:15:48 Report on the program streams in a Transport Stream. Files: <infile> is an H.222 Transport Stream file (but see -stdin) Switches: -stdin Input from standard input, instead of a file -verbose, -v Output extra information about packets -max <n>, -m <n> Number of TS packets to scan. Defaults to 1000. -repeat <n> Look for <n> PMT packets, and report on each SEE ALSO
The full documentation for tsinfo is maintained as a Texinfo manual. Please check http://tstools.berlios.de for more information. tsinfo 1.11 November 2008 TSINFO:(1)
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