MPEGIO2.exe command-line-parameters :

 –Cmd  chanNum  [Value]

Where Cmd is a single letter (Case Insensitive) command, this field must always be supplied;

chanNum is the numerical channel number(0 for 1st channel), this field must always be supplied;

Value is the value needed for Cmd, this is an optional field depending on Cmd’s content.

            Currently supported Command-line-parameters are:

-r  chanNum: start recording on channel “chanNum”.

-s  chanNum:  start streaming on channel “chanNum”.

-f  chanNum filename: use filename as recording file name for “chanNum”, note  if

filename contains spaces the entire string must be double-quoted.

-p chanNum pathname: use pathname as recording path name for “chanNum”, note if

   pathname contains spaces the entire string must be double-quoted.

-t  chanNum timerVal: use numerical value timerVal as recording timer (in Minutes) for “chanNum”.

-n NoCodec: Setting 1’s in any of the lowest 16 binary bits in numerical value “NoCodec” indicates

           that channel will not initialize its MPEG Codec IC(therefore cannot encode/decode).

-d:  start the program with default values for all parameters

(see next section on default parameter values), ignoring the MPEGIO2.ini file.

            -v OnOff:  start the program with Video Preview Window On (OnOff=1) or Off (OnOff=0).

-u:  start the program in Full Screen mode.

-m: start the program in minimized mode.

-k:  start the program muting PC speakers for all channels’ audio preview.

-g: TVSignal: TVSignal must be 1 (NTSC) or 2 (PAL), indicating the default TV Signal Type used

when no signal is available at all input sources used by any Sub Window for a channel.

If -g is not supplied and no signal is available at all input sources used by any Sub Window for a channel, the Windows’ Regional/Country/Language setup (in Windows’ Control Panel) will decide if NTSC or PAL is used as the default TV Signal Type: USA, Japan, Canada etc. country setting will use NTSC, Australia, UK, etc. will use PAL.

  Some examples:

MPEGIO2.exe –r  0 –f  0 record0.mpg --- start recording on channel 0 to file record0.mpg

MPEGIO2.exe –s  0 –d --- start streaming on channel 0, do not read MPEGIO2.ini file at start

MPEGIO2.exe –r  0 –r 1 –s 0 –s 1 --- start recording and streaming on channel 0 and channel 1

MPEGIO2.exe –r  0 –p  0  C:\\chan0  -f  0 rec.mpg --- record on channel 0 to file c:\chan0\rec.mpg

MPEGIO2.exe –n 9 --- Disable MPEG Codec at Channel 0 and 3 so these 2 channels cannot encode/decode