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; This is an example configuration file that illustrates
; the structure of the configuration.
; It doesn't show all possible options. A more detailed example
; is available in doc/advanced.mux
;
; It contains two services, one DAB and one DAB+, and also shows
; both the file input useful for offline processing, and the
; ZeroMQ input useful in a 24/7 scenario.

; More information about the usage of the tools is available
; in the guide, which can be found on the
; www.opendigitalradio.org website.
;
; As you can see, comments are defined by semicolons.
;
; It consists of six mandatory sections, whose relative order in this
; file are of no importance.

; The general section defines global multiplex parameters.
general {
    ; the DAB Transmission mode (values 1-4 accepted)
    dabmode 1

    ; the number of ETI frames to generate (set to 0 to get an unlimited number)
    nbframes 10

    ; boolean fields can accept either false or true as values:

    ; Set to true to enable logging to syslog
    syslog false

    ; Enable timestamp definition necessary for SFN
    ; This also enables time encoding using the MNSC.
    ;
    ; When TIST is enabled, and either EDI or a ZMQ output with metadata is used,
    ; ODR-DabMux will download leap-second information from the IETF website,
    ; and cache it locally in /var/tmp. It will refresh the data by itself
    ; before it expires.
    ;
    ; If it cannot load this information, ODR-DabMux cannot start up!
    ;
    ; If your system doesn't have access to internet, you have to take care
    ; to create the file before ODR-DabMux startup. Get it from
    ; http://www.ietf.org/timezones/data/leap-seconds.list
    ; and save it to
    ; /var/tmp/odr-dabmux-leap-seconds.cache
    ; Refresh the file before expiry otherwise ODR-DabMux will abort!
    ;
    ; Use the RC interface 'get clocktai expiry' command to check how long
    ; your file is still valid.
    tist false

    ; The URLs used to fetch the TAI bulletin can be overridden if needed.
    ; URLs are given as a pipe-separated list, and the default value is:
    ;tai_clock_bulletins "https://www.ietf.org/timezones/data/leap-seconds.list|https://raw.githubusercontent.com/eggert/tz/master/leap-seconds.list"
    ;
    ; You may also use a file:// URL if you take care of updating the file
    ; yourself and store it locally.

    ; The management server is a simple TCP server that can present
    ; statistics data (buffers, overruns, underruns, etc)
    ; which can then be graphed a tool like Munin
    ; The doc/stats_dabmux_multi.py tool is a suitable
    ; plugin for that.
    ; If the port is zero, or the line commented, the server
    ; is not started.
    managementport 12720
}

remotecontrol {
    ; enable the telnet remote control server on the given port
    ; This server allows you to read and define parameters that
    ; some features export. It is only accessible from localhost.
    ; Set the port to 0 to disable the server
    telnetport 12721

    ; The remote control is also accessible through a ZMQ REQ/REP socket,
    ; and is useful for machine-triggered interactions. It supports the
    ; same commands as the telnet RC.
    ; The example code in doc/zmq_remote.py illustrates how to use this rc.
    ; To disable the zeromq endpoint, remove the zmqendpoint line.
    ; By specifying "lo" in the URL, we make the server only accessible
    ; from localhost. You can write tcp://*:12722 to make it accessible
    ; on all interfaces.
    zmqendpoint tcp://lo:12722

    ; the remote control server makes use of the unique identifiers
    ; for the subchannels, services and components. Make sure you
    ; chose them so that you can identify them.
}

; Some ensemble parameters
ensemble {
    ; A unique 16-bit id is allocated to the ensemble and allows unambiguous
    ; identification of the ensemble when associated with the ensemble ECC.
    ; The id normally starts with the coutry id. (See ETSI TS 101 756)

    ; Example for Switzerland, with country id=4 and ECC=E1
    id 0x4fff ; you can also use decimal if you want
    ecc 0xe1 ; Extended Country Code

    local-time-offset auto  ; autmatically calculate from system local time
                            ; or
    ;local-time-offset 1    ; in hours, supports half-hour offsets

    ; If you want to run your machine in UTC time, but still take advantage of the
    ; automatic calculation of the local time offset, set the environment variable TZ
    ; to your timezone (e.g. TZ=Europe/Rome) before you launch ODR-DabMux

    ; FIG1 labels are given with the 'label' and 'shortlabel' keys.
    ;
    ; All labels are maximum 16 characters in length.
    ; Labels that are valid utf-8 will be converted to EBU Latin Character set
    ; as defined in ETSI TS 101 756, in Annex C. If it's not valid utf-8, the
    ; label is taken as-is, byte per byte. Characters that cannot be
    ; represented in EBU Latin will be replaced by a space character.
    label "OpenDigitalRadio"

    ; The short label is built from the label by erasing letters, and cannot
    ; be longer than 8 characters. If omitted, it will be truncated from the
    ; label
    shortlabel "ODR"

    ; The FIG2 label can be up to 16 characters long, and is in UTF-8.
    ;fig2_label "ÓpêñÐigıtålRadiō"

    ; FIG2 labels can either be sent with a character field (old spec)
    ; or with a text control (new draftETSI TS 103 176 v2.2.1).
    ; If unspecified, defaults to setting the text control with the values
    ; shown in the example below.
    ;
    ;fig2_label_character_flag "0xFF00"
    ;
    ;fig2_label_text_control {
    ; bidi false
    ; base_direction "LTR"
    ; contextual false
    ; combining false
    ;}
}

; Definition of DAB services
services {
    ; Each service has it's own unique identifier, that is
    ; used throughout the configuration file and for the RC.
    srv-fu {
        id 0x4daa
        label "Fünk"
        ; You can define a shortlabel and a fig2_label too.
    }
    srv-ri {
        ; If your ensemble contains a service from another country,
        ; specify its ECC here. Example is for Italy, country id=5, ECC=E0
        id 0x5dab
        ecc 0xe0
        label "Rick"
    }
}

subchannels {
    sub-fu {
        ; This is our DAB programme, using a file input
        type audio
        inputfile "funk.mp2"
        bitrate 128
        id 10
        protection 3
    }
    sub-ri {
        ; This is our DAB+ programme, using a ZeroMQ
        type dabplus
        ; Accepts connections to port 9000 from any interface.
        ; Use ODR-AudioEnc as encoder
        inputfile "tcp://*:9000"
        bitrate 96
        id 1
        protection 3

        ; ZMQ specific options, mandatory:

        ; Maximum size of input buffer, in AAC frames (24ms)
        ; when this buffer size is reached, some frames will be
        ; discarded to get the size again below this value.
        ; As the present implementation discards entire AAC superframes,
        ; (5 frames = 120ms) the effect will clearly be audible.
        zmq-buffer 40

        ; At startup or after an underrun, the buffer is filled to this
        ; amount of AAC frames before streaming starts.
        zmq-prebuffering 20

        ; In an ideal scenario, where the input rate exactly corresponds
        ; to the rate at which the frames are consumed by dabmux, you
        ; see the buffer level staying around the zmq-prebuffering value.
        ; Network latency jitter can make it temporarily go lower or higher.
        ; Encoder clock drift will make the buffer either slowly fill or
        ; empty, which will create intermittent glitches.
    }
}

; In our simple example, each component links one service to one subchannel
components {
    ; the component unique identifiers are used for the RC.
    comp-fu {
        ; According to specification, you should not define component labels if
        ; the service is only used in one component. The service label is sufficient
        ; in that case.
        service srv-fu
        subchannel sub-fu
    }

    comp-ri {
        service srv-ri
        subchannel sub-ri
    }
}

; A list of outputs
outputs {
    ; The unique-id can be used by the remote control or the statistics server
    ; to identify the output

    ; Output RAW ETI NI to standard output
    stdout "fifo:///dev/stdout?type=raw"

    ; 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
        ; EDI output, and this will enable leap second download
        ; as for the EDI output!
        allowmetadata true
    }

    ; 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.
    ; 0.0.0.0 means "listen on all interfaces"
    ; This output does not back-pressure the multiplexer.
    ;tcp "tcp://0.0.0.0:9200"

    ; 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!
    ;
    ; For an output to a pipe, the data consumer at the other end of the pipe
    ; will dictate the multiplexing rate to ODR-DabMux.
    ;
    ; If you use the zmq+tcp:// or the tcp:// output,
    ; you must also enable a simul:// output!
}