Teletext Programs

Here is a selection of software I have written for dealing with teletext stream files.

Teletext Meddler SE | TTree

Teletext Meddler SE

1.0.1 beta

Teletext Meddler SE screenshot.

Teletext Meddler is a program to assist with the cleaning and restoration of teletext recoveries. Or you can just use it as a viewer.

Zip to any page in a teletext stream file. Restore every page to its former glory. Cheat at quizzes; make Bamber eat his words.

System Requirements:

Microsoft Windows 7 (x86/x64) or newer, with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 installed.
1GB of RAM per 400,000 pages loaded (approximate). A fast CPU is beneficial.

Click here for the manual.

Download:

SHA-1   6266993D353241E7B79A
B05908EB03EFDD37DD75
MD5   D6ADD0421A3F8F1F8640390C26AB054B

Click here to download.

TTree

1.0

TTree screenshot.

You've probably seen MS-DOS's tree command, giving you a hierarchical diagram of all the files and folders on a drive. I have borrowed this concept and applied it to teletext streams.

TTree makes it clear exactly how the pages are laid out, helping to find gaps (missing pages) in your recovery. Or perhaps revealing forgotten and secret page locations.

Options:

/L   Reports the occupancy (or absence) of every line on each page.
/X   Extra details: FastText links, Language and CRCs.

A console window of at least 100 characters wide is recommended for these extended options.

Compatibility:

Microsoft Windows 7 (x86/x64) or newer, with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.8 installed.

Download:

SHA-1   63C2F9ADD84B2E7AF6C9
718C297F1308781E200C
MD5   2E51E88DCFA260DC798CCEE34123F04F

Click here to download.