[FFmpeg-user] Streaming (over UDP or RTP) MPEG-TS with multiple scrambled video

Marcelo Boufleur mboufleur at gmail.com
Wed Jun 1 19:23:29 CEST 2016

Take a look into tsdecrypt (

It seems to be exactly the kind of application you need to stream encrypted
TS files through RTP or UDP.

If you need it to run in windows, there is a webpage in japanese (
http://pspunch.com/pd/article/tsdecrypt_win_ja.html) with information for
compilation using Cygwin.

2016-05-31 5:17 GMT-03:00 PSPunch <shima at pspunch.com>:

> On 2016/05/31 3:03, Simon Defayette wrote:
>> Ok, I thought it could extrapolate from the PCR.
> After fiddling with TS sometime back, I have the impression that FFmpeg is
> not the best tool to stream recorded TS if you want it to passthrough as is.
> As Henk hinted, FFmpeg will try to interpret the meaning and reconstruct
> the data to some degree.
> You can "-vcodec copy -acodec copy", but still other necessary info (i.e.
> PCR) will be reconstructed to make it non DVB compliant regardless it is
> scrambled or not.
> For streaming TS files untouched, I would suggest you look into other
> software.
> --
> David Shimamoto
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