Am 2018-03-11 um 08:39 schrieb Farhad Mohammadi Majd:
> Al right, I did install both Mplayer and MEncoder.
>
> on 2018-03-08--12:01:13 Adi Marvillo wrote:
>
>> [code]
>> mplayer dvd://TITLE -dumpstream -dumpfile ~/media/movie.vob # be sure
>> to
>> select the correct TITLE - in this case it would be 1
> I test the command but it was unsuccessful because it is wrong, the
> switch "-dumpfile" should be removed, also there is no ~/media/
> directory by default, after fix the command, mplayer saved the whole
> DVD into "stream.dump" with all subtitles.
>
>> [code]
>> ffmpeg -i ~/media/movie.vob -g 25 -keyint_min 3 -map 0:v
>> -c:v libx264 -map 0:a -c:a copy  OUTPUTFILE.mkv
>> [/code]
> What does it do?
> on 2018 Mar 8 22:49:17 Nicolas George wrote:
>
>> MEncoder can extract them.
> Please explain how to do that.
>
> THANKS
>
> ==  OFF-TOPIC  ==
> The name of this film is "Home Movie (2008)"
>
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Home_Movie_(film)
>
> It is a good and odd horror film, I recommend to watch it.
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I can't support you with anything with this information. Please provide
[code] ffprobe stream.dump [/code]. Look the used ffmpeg codecs
(libx264) up in the Documentation. cheers
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