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#1 Vaako

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Posted 19 September 2016 - 18:00

 
Graag wou ik weten wat de bestanden inhouden die worden aangemaakt bij een opname.
 
Voorbeeld:
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.ts      <-  Transport Stream MPEG-2 video stream
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.ts.ap
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.ts.cuts
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.ts.sc
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.eit
20160728 2213 - Nickelodeon _ Spike - Ink Master.ts.meta
 
 

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Re: Betekenis van de extenties opname bestanden ? #2 Vaako

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Posted 19 September 2016 - 18:07

Info gevonden:

 

 

*.ts
file with the DVB Transport Stream, the actual recording
*.eit
file with the EPG info and audio channels info
*.ts.ap
video cut file, for the cut plugin
*.ts.meta
meta info, used for the display of the movie list
*.ts.cuts
stores the last position where the movie was stopped while playing
*.ts.ap und *.ts.sc
file with info for cutting the movie with the MovieCut plugin. The second file stores several informations about the recorded movie. E.g. it includes the cut positions for the MovieCut plugin, or structure info about the .ts files for improved fast forward/rewind. Both files are mandatory, without those files the movie cannot be played without problems

 

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Bron: http://wiki.blue-pan...extensions_(en)

 


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Re: Betekenis van de extenties opname bestanden ? #3 MiLo

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Posted 20 September 2016 - 14:33

But not quite correct. (for example, none of the extra files are mandatory)

Your question has been asked and answered correctly in detail before.
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