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Thread: Who would like to see DVD/VCD burning capability?

  1. #41
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    I believe the audio-ts is only used if you have multiple audiostreams, since very few if any non pro stuff does multiple audio stream you would never see anything in audio_ts.. otherwise with singles they are just muxed in with the VOB..

    if you need the commandlines I can probably get them for you.. I think mkisofs. does dvd udf.. but I could be wrong, I am pretty sure KB burns udf and if you need nerocmd not a problem either -- just goto nero directory type in command prompt> nerocmd /? under write iso there is write udf_fs param

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    cool can you figure out the exact commands for nerocmd give [dvddir] [dvddrive]. that would be appreciated.

    i want to supply a nerocmd batch file and mkisofs batch file, when i release the burning feature.




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    can someone post a couple of sample outputs of the comskip files (ie their contents). im at the stage of adding chapters to the burning and need to know what the comskip files contains.

    hmm maybe this discussion should be moved to the developers forum...

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    The numbers are frame offsets.
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    crap they're frames, not times. looks like i have to find some way to read the file header and get the framerate, anyone know an easy way to do this? (easy meaning i dont have to program a header reader myself).

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    Easy way is just to have it in the config or something so the user tells you what his framerate is.
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    yeah im doing it that way, but thats the cheater way, im going to have to get the duration of an mpeg2 file anyway, since if theres no comskip file, a 2hour movie will be one single chapter, and fastforwarding two hours is slow and dumb, so im going to try and auto create chapters at a given interval, eg every 5mins. sure they wont be on scene changes but they'll be there.

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    well i got the comskip chapters working . ive added to options to the menu "demux and burn" and "burn to disc" demux will demux the file ie call the convert.bat file and "burn to disc" will try and burn the file as is, without demuxing it (incase you demux them yourself). i should have a release for this in a couple of days. it will require some customization on your part however, editing the .bat files to suit your system, and downloading a couple of tools dvdauthor and cPVAs. im pretty sure dvdauthor comes with the mplex and mkisofs aswell, also you'll need dvd decrypter to burn the dvds.

    so in a couple of days we will all have dvd burning in under 30mins or its free, well its free anyways :P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (reven @ Jan. 14 2005,22:24)]ive successfully burnt several mpeg2 videos capture straight from pvr350 using gbpvr (prior vbr audio) and had no problems with sync or anything, fully compliant dvds.

    im not going to do any kind of menus, perhaps comskip chapter files or some other form of chapters but basically just several titles or one title on a disc, put it in and it plays, just like normal dvdrecorders.
    the mpeg2 stream is 99% ready to be burnt, just needs to be fixed in a few places, its not a huge deal really, my main goal is to burn from a capture mpeg2 file, im not even considering divx or any types of files at the moment.
    Wow... I just came back to check this topic i made finally and am shocked at the number of replies!!!

    Anyway, I've NEVER had a synch problem burning MPEG2 files from GBPVR. I just author it in DVD-Lab Pro WITHOUT remultiplexing and burn it like that with Nero and it's flawless every time. Doesn't matter what MPEG record setting i use in PVR.

    My MPEGs are made with a PVR-250 btw...

    -Mike

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