Redistribute a stream from a DVB source.
MuMuDvb can redistribute a stream from a DVB source (digital satellite television or digital terrestrial television) on a network, in multicast. It's main feature is to take a whole transponder and put each channel on a different multicast IP.
MuMuDvb works under linux and uses the linux DVB API. It's free software, and released under the terms of the GPL.
- Stream channels from a transponder (DVB-s or DVB-t) on different multicast IPs
- The program can rewrite the PAT Pid in order to announce only present channels (useful for some set-top boxes)
- Support for scrambled channels via a CAM (Conditionnal Access Module)
- Support for autoconfiguration : MuMuDvb is able to parse the MPEG2-TS stream to find information about the channels and stream them. (MuMuDvb will automatically find the PID (Program identifiers) of the channels and their names (defined by the provider)
- You can use joined scripts to generate SAP (Session Announcement Protocol) announces. Which permit clients (VLC or your set top box for example) to get the list of the streamed channels.
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What's New in This Release:
- New features / improvements:
- Support for HTTP Unicast
- Implementation of the RTP headers.
- The limit in the size of the PAT PID for PAT rewriting has been removed