The latest version of TS File Demux introduces a new feature whereby extended reports about H.262 usage can be created in CSV format. The new feature is available as an option for all ES filters.
One report, h262report.csv, includes count of all picture_start_code, slice_start_code, user_data_start_code, sequence_header_code, sequence_error_code, extension_start_code, sequence_end_code and group_start_code packets for all selected ES filters where H.262 report feature is enabled.
An example of such file is shown below. Document can also be opened directly in Google Drive here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Qb7g-47NG9_kVpstgWGsyaUb0Gp9VeWNGU5-rgVzK64/edit?usp=sharing
Then for each selected ES filter where H.262 report feature is enabled a CSV file will be created listing all H.262 packets in order of occurrence.
An example of such file can open document directly in Google Drive from link below. The file is too large to be shown in-line.