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I have a dvd rip in /path/to/dvdrip, with the .vob files in /path/to/dvdrip/VIDEO_TS, which I want to encode to avi.
First I run -identify:
mencoder -v -identify -dvd 1 -dvd-device /path/to/dvdrip/VIDEO_TS
which shows that there are 2 audio tracks:
aid 128: en
aid 129: hu
(The hu audio is actually in the dvd rip, as I can play it with hu sound by windows players like bsplayer.)
I want to use the hu (aid 129) audio, so I do the first pass as follows:
The result: "no audio stream found" error, and frameno.avi will contain no audio!
I get no sound either if I use -alang hu,en instead of -aid 129.
Other findings: if I choose -aid 128 and -oac mp3lame, everything is OK (except that I want the hu audio, not the en one).
However, if I choose -aid 128 and -oac copy, the (en) audio is there, but it is extremely distorted.
What I want to have is the hu audio in aid 129, but it seems that mencoder cannot find it in spite of the fact that it can identify it.