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esmerge - merge audio and video ES into a TS

ESMERGE(1) User Commands ESMERGE(1)

NAME

esmerge - merge audio and video ES into a TS

DESCRIPTION

Usage:

esmerge [switches] <video-file> <audio-file> <output-file>
TS tools version 1.11, esmerge built Nov 11 2008 17:15:46
Merge the contents of two Elementary Stream (ES) files, one containing video data, and the other audio, to produce an output file containing Transport Stream (TS).

Files:

<video-file>
is the ES file containing video.
<audio-file>
is the ES file containing audio.
<output-file> is the resultant TS file.

Switches:

-quiet, -q
Only output error messages.
-verbose, -v
Output information about each audio/video frame.
-x
Output diagnostic information.
-h264
The video stream is H.264 (the default)
-avs
The video stream is AVS
-vidrate <hz>
Video frame rate in Hz - defaults to 25Hz.
-rate <hz>
Audio sample rate in Hertz - defaults to 44100, i.e., 44.1KHz.
-cd
Equivalent to -rate 44100 (CD rate), the default.
-dat
Equivalent to -rate 48000 (DAT rate).
-adts
The audio stream is ADTS (the default)
-l2
The audio stream is MPEG layer 2 audio
-mp2adts
The audio stream is MPEG-2 style ADTS regardless of ID bit
-mp4adts
The audio stream is MPEG-4 style ADTS regardless of ID bit
-ac3
The audio stream is Dolby AC-3 in ATSC
-patpmtfreq <f>
PAT and PMT will be inserted every <f> video frames. by default, f = 0 and PAT/PMT are inserted only at the start of the output stream.
Limitations =========== For the moment, the video input must be H.264 or AVS, and the audio input ADTS, AC-3 ATSC or MPEG layer 2. Also, the audio is assumed to have a constant number of samples per frame.
esmerge <video-file> <audio-file> <output-file>
TS tools version 1.11, esmerge built Nov 11 2008 17:15:46
Merge the contents of two Elementary Stream (ES) files, one containing video data, and the other audio, to produce an output file containing Transport Stream (TS).

Files:

<video-file>
is the ES file containing video.
<audio-file>
is the ES file containing audio.
<output-file> is the resultant TS file.

Switches:

-quiet, -q
Only output error messages.
-verbose, -v
Output information about each audio/video frame.
-x
Output diagnostic information.
-h264
The video stream is H.264 (the default)
-avs
The video stream is AVS
-vidrate <hz>
Video frame rate in Hz - defaults to 25Hz.
-rate <hz>
Audio sample rate in Hertz - defaults to 44100, i.e., 44.1KHz.
-cd
Equivalent to -rate 44100 (CD rate), the default.
-dat
Equivalent to -rate 48000 (DAT rate).
-adts
The audio stream is ADTS (the default)
-l2
The audio stream is MPEG layer 2 audio
-mp2adts
The audio stream is MPEG-2 style ADTS regardless of ID bit
-mp4adts
The audio stream is MPEG-4 style ADTS regardless of ID bit
-ac3
The audio stream is Dolby AC-3 in ATSC
-patpmtfreq <f>
PAT and PMT will be inserted every <f> video frames. by default, f = 0 and PAT/PMT are inserted only at the start of the output stream.
Limitations =========== For the moment, the video input must be H.264 or AVS, and the audio input ADTS, AC-3 ATSC or MPEG layer 2. Also, the audio is assumed to have a constant number of samples per frame.

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for esmerge is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and esmerge programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info esmerge
should give you access to the complete manual.
November 2008 esmerge 1.11