TSReader Professional can forward any incoming MPEG-2 Transport Stream to an output device like an RF modulator, DVB-ASI device or network stream. TSReader doesn't modify the stream in any way so it's a great feature to play back pre-recorded streams.

Forwarding a stream to UDP can be done in two ways. It can be forwarded as a full stream or split into individual transport streams each with their own PAT, PMT and the elementary streams from the original program. This works really well for taking an input signal such as a satellite or off-air source and feeding it onto a local network. Then any computer on the network can access the program via VLC.

TSReader's TCP/IP forwarder module can be switched to HTTP mode allowing clients to connect to the root / to get the entire transport stream and /1 for just program one, /2 for just program 2 etc. Very similar operation to the UDP forwarder, but with the error-free and route-ability advantages of TCP/IP


Alitronika devices using DVStation 3 can output the stream via DVB-ASI.


Dektec DVB-ASI output devices are supported by TSReader Professional.


The MTSA probe can output a stream either in DVB-ASI or SMPTE-310M formats.


DVEO's PCI and PCIe full duplex DVB-ASI and SMPTE-310M cards are supported. For historic reasons, these are know as Linear System's cards due to the name of the previous manufacturer.


Stream Labs sells full duplex DVB-ASI PCIe cards.


HiDes offers a unique line of DVB-T and ISDB-T modulators with USB or PCIe connections. These are incredibly inexpensive ways to regenerate DVB-T and ISDB-T signals.


Entire transport streams can be forwarded to UDP in either plain UDP, RTP or RTP + SMPTE 2022-4 formats in addition to splitting the programs and sending those as individual streams via plain UDP. TSReader Professional can also forward the stream to a TCP socket that supports multiple connections for error free forwarding across unreliable networks. HTTP is also supported sending entire the entire transport stream or a single program. The entire transport stream may also be forwarded to multicast IPv6 using UDP and RTP encapsulation.