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PROGRAM:

NAME


gnutv - a digital tv utility.

SYNOPSIS


gnutv [options]<channelname>

DESCRIPTION


This manual page documents briefly the gnutv commands.

gnutv is a digital tv utility.

OPTIONS


-adapter <id>
adapter to use (default 0)

-frontend <id>
frontend to use (default 0)

-demux <id>
demux to use (default 0)

-caslotnum <id>
ca slot number to use (default 0)

-channels <filename>
channels.conf file

-secfile <filename>
Optional sec.conf file

-secid <secid>
ID of the SEC configuration to use, one of: * UNIVERSAL (default) - Europe,
10800 to 11800 MHz and 11600 to 12700 Mhz, Dual LO, loband 9750, hiband 10600
MHz * DBS - Expressvu, North America, 12200 to 12700 MHz, Single LO, 11250 MHz
* STANDARD - 10945 to 11450 Mhz, Single LO, 10000 Mhz * ENHANCED - Astra,
10700 to 11700 MHz, Single LO, 9750 MHz * C-BAND - Big Dish, 3700 to 4200 MHz,
Single LO, 5150 Mhz * C-MULTI - Big Dish - Multipoint LNBf, 3700 to 4200 MHz,
Dual LO, H:5150MHz, V:5750MHz * One of the sec definitions from the secfile if
supplied

-out decoder
Output to hardware decoder (default)

-out decoderabypass
Output to hardware decoder using audio bypass -out dvr Output stream to dvr device
-out null Do not output anything -out stdout Output to stdout -out file <filename>
Output stream to file -out udp <address> <port> Output stream to address:port using
udp -out udpif <address> <port> <interface> Output stream to address:port using udp
forcing the specified interface -out rtp <address> <port> Output stream to
address:port using udp-rtp -out rtpif <address> <port> <interface> Output stream to
address:port using udp-rtp forcing the specified interface

-timeout <secs>
Number of seconds to output channel for (0=>exit immediately after successful
tuning, default is to output forever)

-cammenu
Show the CAM menu

-nomoveca
Do not attempt to move CA descriptors from stream to programme level -h print this
help text

This manual page was written by Uwe Bugla <[email protected]>.

February 14, 2010 gnutv(1)

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