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Re: help with azap

On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 2:14 PM, James <bjlockie@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> $ more channels.conf
> CIII-HD:85000000:8VSB:49:52+53:1
> OTTAWA CBOFT-DT:189000000:8VSB:49:53+52:3
> CJOH:213000000:8VSB:49:51+52:1
> TVO    :533000000:8VSB:49:52+53:1
> OTTAWA  CBOT-DT:539000000:8VSB:49:52+53:3
> Télé-Québec_HD:569000000:8VSB:49:52+53:3
> CHOT:629000000:8VSB:49:52:3
> $ azap -c channels.conf "CJOH"
> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
> ERROR: error while parsing Audio PID (not a number)
> $ tzap -c channels.conf "CJOH"
> using '/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0' and '/dev/dvb/adapter0/demux0'
> reading channels from file 'channels.conf'
> ERROR: error while parsing inversion (syntax error)
> Why does tzap show what file it is reading the channel list from but azap
> doesn't?

If I recall, tzap and azap are actually from different codebases
(although I believe one was originally derived from the other).  That
is why the output is a little inconsistent.

That said, you should not be using tzap for ATSC/ClearQAM.  tzap is for DVB-T.

> What does "ERROR: error while parsing Audio PID (not a number)" mean?

I don't know where your channels.conf came from, but it appears to be
malformed.  You cannot have "52+53" as the audio PID.  If you just
want to get up and running, remove the "+53" part.


Devin J. Heitmueller - Kernel Labs
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