Can someone please upload a raw TS file for some of us to test out? Like a 10 minute clip or something in 1080p/60?
Thanks in advance!
ATSC 3.0 Forum
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As you put this in the 3.0 forum, what exactly are you looking for? Typically a TS stream is a 1.0 format whether the output of an encoder or a recorded file from a receiver. Off-air records in 3.0 are typically .pcap files. Are you looking for a pcap file?
I have some very short clips of a 720 and 1080i stream here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ap22nCAxKBS7j-Jr9Q8 ... w?e=3miW5h
I can add a 1080p clip and make it longer but I'm not sure what you can learn from a longer clip that you can't from a short one. What are you trying to find out?
I did my clips from VLC stream as .ts 'cause that is how I've always saved them. Is there value is saving them as .pcap via VLC or is there a better way to get a clip of a 3.0 stream?
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The problem with using VLC to get an ATSC 3.0 sample is that it only supports what it recognizes, so if you're trying to get a sample with that, you won't have the AC-4 stream, which it discards as unrecognized extra binary data.
In the Convert and Save steps, it has a selection in the last page under settings, above where you select destination, to select Dump Raw Input. This, well, dumps raw input.
I just found the instructions on the site as to how to do this another way and I like that better simply because you can specify the time instead just hitting play and pause on VLC at a random time.
https://info.hdhomerun.com/info/trouble ... g_a_sample
I added a few 30 second clips to the one drive folder that I linked to if you want to check them out. They have .mpeg extension vs the .ts extension I chose for the VLC captured files. The Mediainfo data shows the same info on both types of files for the same channels, including the AC4 data that VLC can't understand.
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