[mythtv-users] Language on ripped dvd
allanwilson at gmail.com
Tue Aug 16 04:06:24 UTC 2005
Just to make sure I wasn't crazy I just ran mplayer from the command line
with the following command:
mplayer -ao null -vo null -v BAD\ BOYS\ II.vob
and it saw what looks like to me 3 audio channels.
Searching demuxer type for filename BAD BOYS II.vob ext: .vob
Trying demuxer 2 based on filename extension
system stream synced at 0xD (0)!
==> Found video stream: 0
==> Found audio stream: 129
==> Found audio stream: 128
MPEG Stream reached EOF
ds_fill_buffer: EOF reached (stream: video)
MPEG-PS file format detected.
On 8/15/05, Allan Wilson <allanwilson at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am confused I was just doing some reading on transcode to see why the
> developers chose it over mencoder and came across the flag that selects the
> audio track to record. Below is an example of using transcode from the
> command line:
> transcode -i /space/tng-biggoodbye/vob/004 -w 4357,250,100 -a 1 -b 128,0,0
> -s 3.311 -V -f 25 -B 12,10,8 -R 1 -x vob,null -o /dev/null -y xvidcvs,null
> Next is a copy of the audio track that is being used:
> -a 1 selects audio track number 1 (starting with 0).
> Is it possible that it is just grabbing the wrong audio track? I am
> thinking no because although Ryan you said that once you rip a movie you are
> stuck with that audio track, when I run the vob file from the command line
> using mplayer I can see where it has 3 audio tracks 0, 129, and 128. I am
> guessing that it is choosing 129 b/c it is in front of the 128 and the -aid
> 128 flag would fix this but it didn't. Any ideas I refuse to give up. I was
> able to rip about 70% of my movie collection and I would love to get the
> rest without having to do it by hand and if other people are having this
> problem maybe we can narrow it down to help the developers on this. Are they
> doing much work on this part of Myth? It seems kinda stable compared to
> other parts. Thanks for all the help so far and anyone else chime in if you
> have any ideas, at this point anything is helpful.
> On 8/15/05, Ryan Steffes <rbsteffes at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 8/15/05, Allan Wilson < allanwilson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > Thanks for all the help on this Ryan. Do you know how mtd rips a movie
> > > if it doesn't use mencoder. Has anyone run in to any documentation on how
> > > Myth rips movies in detail. Any other experiences from anyone would be
> > > helpful.
> > >
> > > Allan
> > mtd uses transcode, with various flags depending on what you select in
> > the menu. Oddly, it gives you the option for changing the command in
> > settings, but there doesn't seem to be switches for other commands (such as
> > mencode) so I'm not sure the purpose of it.
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