ola_recorder

Section: User Commands (1)
Updated: July 2020
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NAME

ola_recorder - Record to, or playback from, a file a number of universes for a show  

SYNOPSIS

ola_recorder [--record <file> --universes <universe_list>] [--playback <file>] [--verify <file>]

 

DESCRIPTION

ola_recorder Record a series of universes, or playback a previously recorded show.  

OPTIONS

-d, --delay <uint32_t>
The delay time (milliseconds) between successive iterations.
-h, --help
Display the help message
-i, --iterations <uint32_t>
The number of times to repeat the show, 0 means unlimited. The duration option overrides this option.
-l, --log-level <int8_t>
Set the logging level 0 .. 4.
-p, --playback <string>
The show file to playback.
--no-verify-playback
Don't verify the show file before playback.
-r, --record <string>
The show file to record data to.
-u, --universes <string>
A comma separated list of universes to record
--verify <string>
The show file to verify.
-v, --version
Print ola_recorder version information
--duration <uint32_t>
Total playback time (seconds); the program will close after this time has elapsed. This option overrides the iterations option.
--start <uint_32_t>
Time (milliseconds) in show file to start playback from.
--stop <uint32_t>
Time (milliseconds) in show file to stop playback at. If the show file is shorter, the last look will be held until the stop point.
--syslog
Send to syslog rather than stderr.
--no-use-epoll
Disable the use of epoll(), revert to select()
--no-use-kqueue
Disable the use of kqueue(), revert to select()
--scheduler-policy <policy>
The thread scheduling policy, one of {fifo, rr}.
--scheduler-priority <priority>
The thread priority, only used if --scheduler-policy is set.
 

EXAMPLES

 

Record universes 1 and 2 to the file foo:

ola_recorder --universes 1,2 --record foo  

Verify the previously recorded file bar:

ola_recorder --verify bar  

Playback the previously recorded file baz for 30 seconds:

ola_recorder --playback baz --duration 30  

Playback the previously recorded file baz for 30 seconds, looping between 1 second and 10 seconds:

ola_recorder --playback baz --duration 30 --start 1000 --stop 10000  

Playback the previously recorded file baz for 3 iterations:

ola_recorder --playback baz --iterations 3  

Playback the previously recorded file baz, repeating forever:

ola_recorder --playback baz --iterations 0  

Playback the previously recorded file baz forever, looping between 1 second and 10 seconds:

ola_recorder --playback baz --iterations 0 --start 1000 --stop 10000


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
EXAMPLES
Record universes 1 and 2 to the file foo:
Verify the previously recorded file bar:
Playback the previously recorded file baz for 30 seconds:
Playback the previously recorded file baz for 30 seconds, looping between 1 second and 10 seconds:
Playback the previously recorded file baz for 3 iterations:
Playback the previously recorded file baz, repeating forever:
Playback the previously recorded file baz forever, looping between 1 second and 10 seconds:

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