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I have a live multi-program MPEG-TS stream [MPTS] over IP, I'd like to select just one program from the stream, and output a single-program MPEG-TS stream containing just that program. is there any software, either open-source or for sale that can do that?

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Better be asked on SU? –  Eugene S Jun 12 '13 at 23:24
    
I think it is on topic here, I just don't know the answer on this one. SU might have someone that knows though. –  AJ Henderson Jun 13 '13 at 4:29
    
Are you trying to rebroadcast someone else's stream? I think the way this would normally be done is to have a separate stream from the origin. I'm not sure of any software splitters, though that isn't to say there might not be a commercial streaming server capable of doing it. Unfortunately I am a Windows streaming media services guy when it comes to live streaming, so I don't know much on the MPEG-TS side of things. –  AJ Henderson Jun 13 '13 at 4:32
    
We're deploying an OTT solution that only supports SPTS as input, in a DVB broadcasting facility that utilizes MPTS streams. need some way to split the MPTS streams to multiple SPTS streams –  Aviad Rozenhek Jun 13 '13 at 9:24

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Adobe Media Server appears to support the functionality you are looking for. There is a free starter edition or the Extended or Professional editions also support live stream splitting.

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thanks! to complete the answer, can you point to documentation, screenshot or anything to direct at how to setup this feature? –  Aviad Rozenhek Jun 13 '13 at 9:50
    
@AviadRozenhek - unfortunately not, I don't actually have the software. I was just able to verify from spec sheets that it could a) work with Live MPEG-TS streams and b) split live streams. –  AJ Henderson Jun 13 '13 at 13:20
    
that's what I was looking for, where did you see it in the spec? –  Aviad Rozenhek Jun 13 '13 at 15:07
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tsMuxer should be capable of doing just that. It can handle pretty much any form of transport stream.

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