[MPlayer-users] mencode perfect rip
emailgrant at gmail.com
Sun Oct 1 02:15:00 CEST 2006
> > >What is the command to copy the original mpeg as it was originally
> > >muxed? That's what I'd like to do. For now I'd like no subtitles,
> > >English audio, stereo mix if available, and uncompressed/unconverted
> > >audio and video.
> > Umm, if you want the original mpeg as it was originally muxed, you
> > can't pick and choose which substreams you want. To do that, you'd
> > have to remux it. As someone else mentioned, mplayer -dumpstream
> > dvd://1 -dumpfile movie-title.vob is the closest you'll get. You get
> > every angle, audio language, and subtitle like this though.
> However some of the higher level dvd structure is lost. If you want a
> "perfect" copy of the dvd, use the 'vobcopy' program or similar which
> can rip an exact (except decrypted) image of the whole dvd filesystem.
> If what you want is a "perfect encode" than you need to read the
> encoding guide. If what you want is a "perfect remux" with just the
> selected tracks, etc., then AFAIK there is no existing tool for the
> job. MEncoder is a very bad tool for this, in any case.
vobcopy works great for playback in mplayer as long as I specify
'vobcopy -m' for the directory structure to be replicated on the hard
disk instead of 2GB image files. If I use image files instead, the
audio and video repeat in certain parts and different languages
(angles?) are displayed in succession for "A long time ago in a galaxy
far far away".
I'd rather deal with big image files than the actual directory
structure. Is there any way to make this work with them?
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