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@@ -180,7 +180,7 @@ subchannels {
protection 4
; example file input
- inputproto zmq
+ inputproto file
inputuri "funk.mp2"
nonblock false
}
@@ -203,9 +203,9 @@ subchannels {
protection 1
; example file input
;inputuri "rick.dabp"
+
; example zmq input:
; Accepts connections to port 9000 from any interface.
- ; Use ODR-AudioEnc as encoder
inputproto zmq
inputuri "tcp://*:9000"
@@ -337,25 +337,10 @@ components {
}
}
-; A list of outputs, in the format
-; unique-id "uri"
outputs {
; The unique-id can be used by the remote control or the statistics server
; to identify the output
- ;supported output types for file and fifo outputs are
- ; raw, framed and streamed
- ;
- ; Please see doc/dab_output_formats.txt
- stdout "fifo:///dev/stdout?type=raw"
-
- ; Legacy format for ZeroMQ output example. See example.mux
- ; for newer format.
- ;zmq "zmq+tcp://*:9100"
-
- ; Throttle output to real-time (one ETI frame every 24ms)
- ;throttle "simul://"
-
; Important! For real-time operation, you need to have exactly one
; output that applies back-pressure to ODR-DabMux, otherwise it will run
; at the highest possible rate on your system!
@@ -365,10 +350,16 @@ outputs {
;
; If you use the zmq or EDI outputs, you must also enable a simul:// output!
- ; The edi output has a different syntax
+ ;supported output types for file and fifo outputs are
+ ; raw, framed and streamed
+ ;
+ ; Please see doc/dab_output_formats.txt
+ ;stdout "fifo:///dev/stdout?type=raw"
+
+ ; Throttle output to real-time (one ETI frame every 24ms)
+ throttle "simul://"
+
edi {
- ; EDI uses the UDP protocol. This implementation of EDI does not support
- ; EDI Packet Resend.
; If TIST is enabled, requires leap-second information (see example.mux)
destinations {
; The names you give to the destinations have no meaning,
@@ -412,12 +403,16 @@ outputs {
; The destination port cannot be set independently for
; different outputs because it is encoded in the transport
; header of the PFT layer.
+ ; Necessary when using UDP, optional when only using TCP.
port 12000
; Enable the PFT subsystem. If false, AFPackets are sent.
- enable_pft true
+ ; PFT is not necessary when using TCP.
+ enable_pft false
- ; How many lost fragments can be recovered by Reed-Solomon
+ ; How many lost fragments can be recovered by Reed-Solomon.
+ ; Requires enable_pft true.
+ ;
; If set to 0, the PFT subsystem will only do Fragmentation and
; Transport, but no Reed Solomon.
; See ETSI TS 102 821, Clause 7 "PFT Layer", Figure 10. ODR-DabMux
@@ -432,11 +427,11 @@ outputs {
; to nearest multiple of 24ms. Set to 0 to disable the interleaver.
interleave 0
- ; Length of a RS chunk, can be overriden
+ ; Length of a RS chunk, can be overridden
;default=207
;chunk_len 207
- ; Save the packets sent over ethernet to the file ./edi.debug
+ ; Save the packets sent over Ethernet to the file ./edi.debug
dump false
; show more debugging info
@@ -450,8 +445,36 @@ outputs {
}
; Other outputs:
- ; TCP listen on port
- ;net "tcp://host:port"
+
+ ; ZeroMQ output example, new configuration format. Several
+ ; zeromq blocks can be added here.
+ ; This output does not back-pressure the multiplexer.
+ ;zeromq {
+ ; Listen on all interfaces, on port 9100
+ ;endpoint "tcp://*:9100"
+
+ ; Transmit backward compatible metadata containing
+ ; EDI time and UTC offset when TIST is enabled.
+ ;
+ ; If TIST is enabled, requires leap-second information (see example.mux)
+ ;
+ ; WARNING! requires ODR-DabMux to be compiled with
+ ; cURL support, and this will enable leap second download
+ ; as for the EDI output!
+ ;allowmetadata true
+ ;}
+
+ ; Legacy format for ZeroMQ output example. See example.mux
+ ; for newer format.
+ ;zmq "zmq+tcp://*:9100"
+
+ ; Output ETI-over-TCP. This is like piping a RAW ETI NI data stream
+ ; into a TCP socket, except that the output can handle simultaneous
+ ; connections. Not suitable for SFN use because timestamps are incomplete.
+ ; 0.0.0.0 means "listen on all interfaces"
+ ; This output does not back-pressure the multiplexer.
+ ;tcp "tcp://0.0.0.0:9200"
+
; UDP send to host:port, simple example for unicast
;net_udp "udp://host:port"
; example with source and TTL specification for multicast
@@ -466,5 +489,4 @@ outputs {
; external clock frequency in Hz.
; Example:
;farsync "raw://sync0?clocking=master&extsyncclock=10000000"
-
}