David Crider wrote:
Hello group, This is my first post and wanted to thank
everyone and the
author(s) for their hard work.
I work in the broadcast industry and have been developing Datacast
solutions for KET. Well, after seeing this project I realized that this
could replace our propitiatory software. The only hurdle is to be able
to throttle the output on demand, as the one- way stream and forward
error correction system has been implemented. I will get details on the
throttling procedures for the group if anyone is interested. The
hardware that it needs to talk to is a Logic Innovations IPE (IP
Encapsulator) that embeds the IP traffic in the 19.39 Mbit data stream.
I can give more info on request.
Special Projects Engineer
Kentucky Educational Television
Right now, you can already set the data transmit rate using the
But probably what you are looking for is a way to dynamically change it
during transmission? I'll think about a way to implement that. Maybe by
accepting control packets over a second UDP port which contain commands
to set bitrate to a new value?