Online help (RTP Packet Analizer)

Installation

The archive file is compressed in zip format.

Please make a suitable folder, and place all files in the folder you created with the same folder structure.

File organization

pars_rtp.exe"RTP Packet Analizer" Application file.



Uninstallation

Please delete each folder where the application exists.




Menu description


File

Open

Open the capture file of the RTP packet to be analyzed.

Close

Close the open capture file.

Extraction of Stream

Saves the packets in the specified range of the currently read packet list to another file.

Output CSV file

Opens the "CSV File Output Dialog" to save the packets in the specified range of the currently listed packet list to a CSV file.
* Please note that the output to the CSV file is only performed from the packet list displayed in the list.

Exit

Exit the application.



View

Select View

To switch the displayed list, open the "Switch screen list dialog".

Set View Index

Specify the display start position of the list.

Jump Previous Address

Moves the cursor position of the currently displayed list to the previous packet.

Jump Next Address

Moves the cursor position of the currently displayed list to the next packet.

Jump

Moves the cursor position of the currently displayed list to the specified packet position.

Jump to Top of List

The cursor moves to the packet position at the beginning of the currently displayed list.

Jump to End of List

The cursor moves to the last packet position in the currently displayed list.

Jump to Top of File

The cursor moves to the last packet position in the currently displayed list.

Jump to End of File

The cursor moves to the last packet position in the file.



Search

Set/Reset Marker

Set / Reset the marker for the packet where the cursor is currently located.

Set Marker

When this item is executed for a packet for which a marker has not been set, the marker will be set.
For packets with a marker set, "*" is displayed at the left end of the display list.
In addition, the list display will be the color specified in "Mark line color" set in "Color settings".

Reset Marker

When this item is executed for a packet for which a marker is set, the marker will be deleted.

* You can set up to 256 markers.

List of Marker

Displays a list of currently set markers.

List of Error

Displays a list of error packets detected when reading the stream.



Setting

Color Setting

Change the text color and background color of each display screen.

Font Setting

Change the font used on the screen display.



Help

Help Topics

Open the online help page.

Choose Language

Select the display language of the application as "English" or "Japanese".
The display language will be switched after the next application is started.

About RTP Packet Analizer

Displays application version information.


To Keep Using ...

Enter the license key.
This item cannot be selected if the license key registration has already been completed.




Extraction of Stream


Extracts audio or video data from the RTP packet to a file.



Extraction of Stream

(1) Extraction Method

Specifies the data format when saving the extracted stream to a file.

RAW format

Save the extracted stream in RAW (binary) data format.

AVI format

Save the extracted stream to an AVI file.

(2) Select Stream

Select the stream to extract.
If you specify the AVI format for "Extraction method", select one audio and one video stream each.


Range of Extraction

(3) Start Point

Specifies the packet number to start the extraction.

(4) [...] Button at the start point

Select the packet number of the start position from the marker list.

(5) End Point

Specify the packet number to end the extraction.

(6) [...] Button at the end point

Select the packet number at the end position from the marker list.


Output file name

(7) Output file name

Specify the file name to save the extracted stream.

(8) Output file name selection button

Select an output file name from an existing file.


(9) [Start]Button

Starts outputting the stream.

(10) [Close]Button

Exits the dialog without outputting the stream.



Output CSV file


Outputs the contents of the currently displayed list to a CSV file.




Range

(1) Start Specifies the list number to start outputting to the CVS file.
(2) End Specify the list number to end the output in the CVS file.
Outputs up to the list number item at the end position to a CSV file.


CSV File Name

(3) CSV File Name Specify the file name of the generated CVS file with the full path name.
(4) [...]button Select the CVS file to generate from the existing files.


(5) [OK]button Outputs the packets in the specified range of the displayed list to a CSV file.
(6) [Cancel]button Close the "CSV file output dialog" without doing anything.



Select View


Switch the currently displayed list to another list.




Seect View Dialog

(1) List of View Displays a list of switchable screens.
(2) [OK]button Switching screen Switches to the screen selected in the list of the screen list.
(3) [Cancel]button Close the "Display screen switching dialog" without doing anything.



Set View Index


Specifies the display start packet of the currently displayed list.




Set View Index Dialog

(1) Number Specify the display start packet by the list number.
(2) Address Specify the display start packet by the start address of the packet.
(3) Start Specify the list number or the address of the packet.
When specifying an address, enter it in hexadecimal.
(4) [OK]Button Redisplays the displayed list from the specified start packet.
(5) [Cancel]Button Do nothing and close the "List display start number specification dialog".



Jump Address


Moves the cursor line of the list to the specified packet.




Jump Address Dialog

(1) Number Specify the destination packet by list number.
(2) Address Specify the destination packet by the start address of the packet.
(3) Jump To Specify the list number or the address of the packet.
When specifying an address, enter it in hexadecimal.
(4) [OK]Button Moves the cursor to the specified packet.
(5) [Cancel]Button Do nothing and close the "Jump to specified address dialog".



List of Marker


Displays a list of markers specified in the display list.




Marker list dialog

(1) List of Marker Lists the addresses of packets with markers.
(2) [Jump]Button Moves the cursor to the packet selected in the marker list.
(3) [Delete]Button Deletes the marker of the packet selected in the marker list.
(4) [All Delete]Button Remove all markers.
(5) [Close]Button Close the "Marker List Dialog".



List of Error


Displays a list of packets in which an error has occurred.




Error list dialog

(1) List of Error Lists the addresses of packets in which the error occurred.
(2) [Jump]Button Moves the cursor to the packet selected in the marker list.
(3) [Close]Button Close the "Error List Dialog".



Color Setting


Set the display color of each row in the list.



(1) Selection item list Displays a list of list items for which you want to set the display color.
(2) Text Color Specify the text color of the item selected in the selection item list.
(3) Background Color Specifies the background color of the item selected in the selection list.



Font Setting


Set the display font.



(1) Font Name Select the font to display from the list.
(2) Font Size Select the font size of the font to be displayed.
(3) Preveiew Preview the selected font.



Choose Language


Set the display language of the application.



(1) Choose Language Select the display language of the application from the following languages.

English
Japanese



Enter the licence key


Enter the application license key.



(1) "To Buy ..." button/td>

Displays the homepage where you can purchase the license key.

(2) Username

Enter the user name to register the license.

(3) Licence key

Enter the license key you purchased.



Main Window


The main screen of the application has the following structure.



(1)

Displays a list of RTP packets.
The list display includes a list display of all RTP packets and a list display by port number.
The maximum number of packets that can be displayed on one screen is 30,000 packets.
(Packets over 30,000 packets are displayed on the next page.)

(2)

Displays the analysis contents such as the header information of the RTP packet selected in the list.
The header information to be analyzed is as follows.

  • IP Header
  • UDP Header
  • RTP Header

(3) Displays the binary data of the RTP packet selected in the list.



RTP packet list (All packets)

No. List number in all RTP packets.
ADDRESS The address on the capture file of the RTP packet.
Packet No. The packet number on the capture file.
Cap Time The time stamp on the capture file.
Seq No. The sequence number of the RTP packet.
RTP Time The time stamp of the RTP packet.
Type Payload type.
M Display "*" when the "marker" field in the RTP packet header is "1".
Src Adr. The IP address of the RTP packet source.
Port RTP packet source port number.
Payload The number of bytes in the payload of the RTP packet.
Error Description The error content of the error packet.


List of RTP packets by port

No. List number in RTP packet by port.
ADDRESS The address on the capture file of the RTP packet.
Packet No. The packet number on the capture file.
Cap Time The time stamp on the capture file.
GAP (Cap Time) It is the difference from the time stamp of the previous capture.
Seq No. The sequence number of the RTP packet.
RTP Time The time stamp of the RTP packet.
GAP (RTP Time) This is the difference from the time stamp of the previous RTP packet.
Jitter

Capture Timestamp-Timestamp of the RTP packet.
(The time stamp of the RTP packet minus the calculated elapsed time from the elapsed time calculated from the capture time stamp.)

M Display "*" when the "marker" field in the RTP packet header is "1".
Payload The number of bytes in the payload of the RTP packet.
Bitrate The total number of bytes in the payload per second.