Question Looking for a simple command line utility for continuously recording several channels simultaneously

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  1. timbwg

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    Hi Everyone

    I am looking for a command line utility which would work with HDHomeRuns which would have a command like the following:

    muxrecord.exe /HDHRID: 328961GH /tuner: 0 /muxfreq: 546 /channels: 101 102 103 104 /filetimelengthsecs: 300

    The above command would continue to run indefinitely until stopped. If it was run in the Crystal Palace transmission area (where the frequency of the BBC HD mux is 546MHz) and stopped after 20 minutes, it would create 16 files like the following:

    BBCONEHD-20181106-130000.ts
    BBCONEHD-20181106-130500.ts
    BBCONEHD-20181106-131000.ts
    BBCONEHD-20181106-131500.ts
    BBCTWOHD-20181106-130000.ts
    BBCTWOHD-20181106-130500.ts
    BBCTWOHD-20181106-131000.ts
    BBCTWOHD-20181106-131500.ts
    ITV1HD-20181106-130000.ts
    ITV1HD-20181106-130500.ts
    ITV1HD-20181106-131000.ts
    ITV1HD-20181106-131500.ts
    CHANNEL4HD-20181106-130000.ts
    CHANNEL4HD-20181106-130500.ts
    CHANNEL4HD-20181106-131000.ts
    CHANNEL4HD-20181106-131500.ts

    I know that TSReader does something similar to this but you have to load up the whole GUI interface to get it running which is too bloated a way of doing this for my liking. I am looking for something much more minimalist. Does anyone know of a command line utility which can do this?

    Thank you very much.

    Kind regards

    Tim
     

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