I have posted 3 very simple requests:
1) Is it possible to have multiple audios and multiple subs (or at least one sub), on the PRO version?
2) Is it possible to make VOB2MPG selects all titles based on a min num of secs, like, if it is more than 120 secs, or user definable, auto select the title? For example, while ripping 12 series DVDs, I have to select 6 chapters from a total of 8 each time.
3) auto select a predefined audio stream, for example spanish, user definable?
I was told more or less it was doable, but here we are 18 months later, and nothing. Still nothing implemented.
Is the application DEAD?
By the way, I bought the PRO version.
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Last edited by kwanbis; 5th Jan 2012 at 18:00.
a problem is the old mpeg-2 program stream definition was for 1 video and 1 audio stream only. that's why the vob standard had to be invented for dvd with multiple audio and subs. non-standard mpeg-2 program streams are not likely to play the "extras" muxed into it.
so yes it is possible to do, just not keeping the file in spec.
personal requests of things that are possible, but not needed by most people would most likely not be implemented by any programmer.
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My original Karaoke has 3 audio tracks, I want these 3 tracks after extraction included in my seperate MPEG2 chapter . Can this implemeted ?
The project is NOT dead.... I have just been completely broadsided by work commitments. I have some new features currently in development (including some of the OP’s) and will be releasing once my current workload nightmare is over.
VOB was created because of packet size requirements, and because of the need for DVD-specific program items: LPCM audio (in private data stream), Subpicture graphics (also), Cell Navigation, and especially cell skip-ability (Multi-angle, Seamless Branching, and Parental Controls). These weren't available in the standard M2PS. Obviously, they ARE available in M2TS, as that's what BD uses.