|author||Matthias P. Braendli <firstname.lastname@example.org>||2016-09-23 10:51:22 +0200|
|committer||Matthias P. Braendli <email@example.com>||2016-09-23 10:52:04 +0200|
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-ODR-PadEnc is an encoder for Programme Associated Data.
+ODR-PadEnc is an encoder for Programme Associated Data, and includes support
+for DAB MOT Slideshow and DLS.
+To encode DLS and Slideshow data, the *odr-padenc* tool reads images
+from a folder and DLS text from a file, and generates the PAD data
+for the encoder.
+For detailed usage, see the usage screen of the tool with the *-h* option.
+More information is available on the
+How to build
+* A C++11 compiler
+* ImageMagick magickwand (optional, for MOT slideshow)
+ sudo make install
+Usage of MOT Slideshow and DLS
+*odr-padenc* reads images from the specified folder, and generates the PAD
+data for the encoder. This is communicated through a fifo to the encoder. It
+also reads DLS from a file, and includes this information in the PAD.
+If ImageMagick is available
+It can read all file formats supported by ImageMagick, and by default resizes
+them to 320x240 pixels, and compresses them as JPEG. If the input file is already
+a JPEG file of the correct size, and smaller than 50kB, it is sent without further
+compression. If the input file is a PNG that satisfies the same criteria, it is
+transmitted as PNG without any recompression.
+If ImageMagick is not compiled in, or when enabled with the -R option, the images
+are not modified, and are transmitted as-is. Use this if you can guarantee that
+the generated files are smaller than 50kB and not larger than 320x240 pixels.
+*odr-audioenc* can insert the PAD data from *odr-padenc* into the bitstream.
+The mp2 encoder [Toolame-DAB](https://github.com/Opendigitalradio/toolame-dab)
+can also read *odr-padenc* data.
+This is an ongoing development. Make sure you use the same pad length option
+for *odr-padenc* and the audio encoder. Only some pad lengths are supported,
+please see *odr-padenc*'s help.
+When *odr-padenc* is launched with the default character set options, it assumes
+that the DLS text in the file is encoded in UTF-8, and will convert it according to
+the DAB standard to the *Complete EBU Latin based repertoire* character set encoding.
+If you set the character set encoding to any other setting (except
+*Complete EBU Latin based repertoire* which needs no conversion),
+*odr-padenc* will abort, as it does not support any other conversion than from
+UTF-8 to *Complete EBU Latin based repertoire*.
+You can however use the -C option to transmit the untouched DLS text. In this
+case, it is your responsibility to ensure the encoding is valid. For instance,
+if your data is already encoded in *Complete EBU Latin based repertoire*, you
+must specify both --charset=0 and --raw-dls.
+*odr-padenc* encodes slides in a 10 second interval, which is not linked
+to the rate at which the encoder reads the PAD data. It also doesn't prioritise
+DLS transmission over Slides.
+Some receivers are unable to decode slides larger than some size, even within the allowed
+size limit given in the specification.
+This encoder was initially called *mot-encoder* and has been contributed by