[FFmpeg-user] Extract images from concatenate .VOB
etienne.desautels at gmail.com
Tue Sep 15 05:12:26 CEST 2015
On 2015-09-14, at 19:52, petesea at frontier.com wrote:
> On Mon, 14 Sep 2015, Etienne Desautels wrote:
>> On 2015-09-14, at 12:01, Nicolas George wrote:
>>> If you are really courageous, you can endeavour to dig the patches for complete DVD support and bring them up to date and up to standards. This would be outstanding! But it is a lot of work, because the structure of a DVD does not fit well with the architecture of FFmpeg.
>> I agree with you, this would be outstanding! Unfortunately, you give me/us a path that works and that is a lot less work to put in place that bringing real DVD support to FFmpeg. So now I do not have a strong incentive to patch FFmpeg! But I do not say no in the future. It will depends of my client needs (museum video archival) and how the dvd2concat/lsdvd solution will work in production.
> You may want to look into vgtmpeg - http://godromo.com/gmt/vgtmpeg
> It might be nice if the ffmpeg and vgtmpeg developers could get together and see if the dvd/bluray code from vgtmpeg could be put directly into ffmpeg.
Wow, this looks very interesting. That could solve some other problem I'm having (like mounting .iso). I need to test it. If the DVD/Blu-ray support is done correctly, this should definitely go back in main FFmpeg.
Thanks for the pointer.
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