01-02/2013 —
TELE-audiovision International —
1. When TSReader is started for the first
time, the proper profile has to be selected.
2. A wide-ranging database of reception
hardware for a PC is available for
3. The processor load for each section of
the main window can be individually set.
4. SD as well as HD signals can be
presented as live video
5. TSReader’s main window with its wide
assortment of settings capabilities
6. The VLC Player can be remotely
controlled directly from the TSReader
7. The TSReader can record individual
channels or all the channels on a
transport stream. A multitude of settings
capabilities are also available here
or blends in a window that
can be used to control the
reception hardware installed
in the PC. While no settings
capabilities are available
when opening a transport
stream or calling up a net-
work stream, a variety of
them can be accessed by
opening the tuner window.
And it’s here where the
TSReader shows how well-
rounded it is and just like
you’d expect with profes-
sional tools, all of its func-
tions can be completely be
set up as needed. Not only
is the DiSEqC 1.0 protocol
supported, the user can also
define the LOF parameters
individually. The supply volt-
age and the 22 kHz signal
can also be easily matched
to the user’s system so that
even those systems that
aren’t quite run-of-the-mill
are supported.
A database with a total
of 188 satellite entries be-
tween 180° east and 177°
west that includes the tran-
sponder data in the C-band
and Ku-band is also provid-
ed. The satellite and tran-
sponder data is for the most
part up-to-date and consid-
ering how much data there
is, it’s really well organized.
If needed, the TSReader can
also import an updated list
or even a list created by the
user in CSV or SDX format.
Once the TSReader has
recognized a stream, it in-
stantly starts analyzing and
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