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MIM (MIM is not MTV) is a tool which provides SDR functionality and decoding of RFC-2250 compliant multicast MPEG-1 video and audio streams on Linux and other Unixes. Streams could be sourced from a Cisco IPTV server or other multicast streaming media server.


Recent releases

  •  14 Feb 2003 05:48

    Release Notes: IPv6 support, support for a full-state IGMPv3 source filter, and encapsulation of multicast routines in C++ classes.

    •  20 May 2001 20:08

      Release Notes: IGMPv3 Support for sole source multicast streams (SSM) has been added (requires kernel support for igmpv3). Support for FreeBSD has been enhanced. MIM now uses GNU autoconfig, and includes plugins for SDR applications.

      •  21 Feb 2001 05:43

        Release Notes: Creating a cache directory if it doesn't exist, a cache file naming scheme fix, GTK UI fixes, a fix for a segfault with the missingcache file, and a new maintainer (Abiel Reinhart).

        •  05 Nov 2000 02:33

          Release Notes: .deb and .rpm statically compiled binaries have been added. This release accepts a -f flag to parse a valid sdp file to launch a client.


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