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Hello, I connected a Set-Top-Box (IPTV-Box) with my Computer via ethernet. The IP-Box gets its signal from an antenna-cable. On my Computer I installed a software(including a videoplayer) of the box that allows me to watch the video stream. So when I am watching this stream i start a wireshark analysis. Now I want to know what kind of video stream is sent to my computer like mpeg1,2,3,4 or others. Is it possible to see this in the wireshark analysis?

asked 06 Oct '11, 02:07

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