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Old 04-19-2004, 07:01 AM   #1
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trying to multipex mpeg2 audio + video + subtitles


i've managed to encode a .avi to mpeg2 (audio and video on separate files) using avidemux 2 for X and now i would like to multiplex to obtain vobs so i can burn a dvd. it would be nice if i could also add subtitles that i have here (.srt format)
anyone managed to do this under linux ?
 
Old 04-19-2004, 07:32 AM   #2
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i've done a little research and i guess YOU JUST CAN'T DO IT
this is sad
from : http://www.vcdimager.org/dvdv.phtml

Generating VOB/IFO Files

This step is not fully yet implemented. It is planned to base this component on the multiplexer from the mjpegtools project.

There's already valuable reverse engineered information about the structure over at the [mpucoder site].

Together with the information contained within free software DVD player implementations (e.g. [Ogle]) this should be enough information to get authoring ready for simple DVD-V structures.

See also [dvdauthor] @ sourceforge for some simple tools to create IFO files from VOB files.

Another promising effort has been started under the name [dvd-create] over at sourceforge.

this is also interesting, i think they should have released their source code by now ! it has been 18 days since april 1, 2004


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When this happens all versions of IfoEdit not complying with the GPL will be removed for download from this site.
That the binary-only release is currently being tolerated is to avoid inconveniencing would-be users of IfoEdit, but that this in no way represents the grant of a licence for binary-only distribution.
This is by agreement with the copyright holders of MPlex, specifically Dr Andrew Stevens, and must be resolved on or before April 1, 2004
 
  


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