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  1. Hi all,

    Wondering if there are any solutions for command line batch authoring. Basically what I have is a folder full of .mpv and corresponding .ac3 files. I would like to author each into a DVD structure with 5 minute chapter marks and no menu.

    Are there any options to do this quick and easy?

    My current method uses tmpgenc dvd author however it's very tedious for things like this.

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  2. DVDStyler has a CLI mode.

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    Make a DVDStyler project Template.dvds using the file Muxed.mkv with the menu pre-command:

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    and the post-command for the title

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    Then use a batch file like

    for %%g in (*.mpv) do (
    ffmpeg -i %%g -i %%~ng.ac3 -c copy Muxed.mkv
    DVDStyler /s /i %%~ng.iso Template.dvds
    I havn't tested it but hope you get the idea

    PS Change the default chapter length from 10 min to 5 min

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    Last edited by videobruger; 23rd Dec 2017 at 16:31. Reason: PS
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