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 Post subject: ATSC EIT?
PostPosted: Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:01 am 
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I am attempting to add an EIT section to my coonfiguration and it seems to be satisfied, but gives me this error upon running:

Code:
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/dvbobjects/PSI/ATSC_EIT.py", line 66, in pack
    title_text_bytes = self.title_text.pack()
AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'pack'


The EIT section in my configuration looks like this:

Code:
eit = event_information_section(
service_id = 0x0030,
source_id = 0x1,
transport_stream_id = 0x0270,
original_network_id = 0x0030,

event_loop = [
event_loop_item(
   event_id = 1,
   duration_seconds = 0x00,
   running_status = 4,
   free_CA_mode = 0,
   num_events_in_section = 3,
   ETM_location = 0,
title_text = "TEST",
descriptor_loop = [],
),
],
version_number = 1,
section_number = 0,
last_section_number = 1,
)



Also, how do I get Extended Text Descriptions in here? The ATSC EIT Implmenetation in Opencaster seems strange.

Any help with this would be very apprechiated. :)


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 Post subject: Bump
PostPosted: Thu Jul 24, 2014 8:03 pm 
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I'm just going to bump this so it gets visibility.

The issue I am having, is figuring out how the "multiple string structure" is implemented in Opencaster. If it is, how do I use it? I would love to get EIT/ETT tables working in my ATSC setup. I appreciate any help here.


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