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Old 09-29-2004, 11:33 AM   #1
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convertion of dvd,avi or mpg to YUV422P


is there any software from which i can extract frames from dvd, avi or mpgs into yuv422p or jpeg or mjpeg format frames (not video). i tried mplayer but it give an output of stream.yuv as a video file and the jpeg output format doesnot work i used

mplayer -vo jpeg dvd://1 -dvd-device /mnt/cdrom

is there any way or software to do it.

thanks in advance


fedora core 1
p4 2.6ghz
512mb ram
250gb hdd
kernal version 2.4.26
installed: mplayer 1.05 pre rpm
codecs: downloaded essentials........tar.bz2 from but dont know how to install

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