mundumelga at gmail.com
Thu May 25 18:32:10 UTC 2017
I would suggest looking into dvblast. It will give you EIT tables in XML
format under a C source code.
I've done a sample to extract some of the EIT tags to a file a couple of
years ago, that's the best way I found at the time.
Been using this ever since.
Russel Winder <russel at winder.org.uk> escreveu no dia quinta, 25/05/2017 às
> I thought I'd take another go at getting an EPG from a DVB-T/DVB-T2
> device. I am sure there are many instances of doing this sensibly and
> even in C++, but Google seems not to have indexed them. So not a lot of
> code to "rip off" :-)
> I have EN 300 468 1.15.1 which is dry and boring, but contains the
> definite statement of what should be.
> Reading https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/data/doc/gstreamer/head/gst-
> seems to indicate that the GStreamer EIT section for
> example is not structured as the EIT table is specified, and all the
> names are a bit different. This apparent lack of consistency between
> the standard and the GStreamer stuff is making this much harder work
> that I thought it should be.
> Unless I am just misunderstanding.
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