Usage: help [command] .
Called with no argument, "help" gives the list of all the commands (available or not). Called with one argument it gives details about how to use the specified command .
Usage: browse [input] .
Called without argument, "browse" gives all programs of inputs. Called with one argument it only gives the programs of the specified input. Each program is given with its status .
Usage: start <program> <channel> <input> [--loop] [--rtp]
"start" launches the specified program of the specified input and broadcasts it through the specified channel. The option "--loop" makes the program being repeated indefinitely. The option "--rtp" makes the TS packet to be send through the RTP protocol, as defined in RFC 1889 and RFC 2250 .
Usage: forward <channel> <speed>
"forward" forwards the channel with the given speed. This does not work when reading directly from a device such as an MPEG encoding card, a DVB card or an acquisition card .
Usage: rewind <channel> <speed>
"rewind" rewinds the channel with the given speed. This does not work when reading directly from a device such as an MPEG encoding card, a DVB card or an acquisition card .
"logout" closes the current administration session and the remote connection .