[FFmpeg-user] VDR recording - dvd subtitle track not decoded
Henk D. Schoneveld
belcampo at zonnet.nl
Mon Sep 14 16:53:41 CEST 2015
Found another solution which plays with vlc. With mkvtoolnix chose the m2v mp2 and the idx file, start muxing and it will play with vlc
shows the result for 002.vdr
On 14 Sep 2015, at 15:06, Henk D. Schoneveld <belcampo at zonnet.nl> wrote:
> On 14 Sep 2015, at 13:40, Richard F <lists at keynet-technology.com> wrote:
>> I added 002.vdr to my Google drive - 17M
>> This contains 15 subtitle pictures.
>> The recording is from ITV3, the other was ITV2, but the timing offset
>> issue is also present, as it is from BBC recordings
>> Note that as I said before, ProjectX doesn't show subs onscreen, if you
>> demux JUST the sub stream, you get them in a sub format file.
>> Open source Subtitle edit is here
> I’m on OSX, and don’t want to fuzz around with all those subtitle stuff.
> I just recorded a short piece from ITV. Is this what you are looking for ?
> The original from satellite plays fine in VLC and the encoded one with ffmpeg.
> You just have to use another application then VDR, it cripples good stuff to almost unusable.
>> Thanks for any help on this
>> On 14/09/2015 12:14, Henk D. Schoneveld wrote:
>>> Please provide a clip long enough that ProjectX will show the
>>> subtitles, maybe then we’ll find a solution to your problem. I for
>>> myself am not able to view the sup and sub and IFO files. A decent
>>> source eventually solves this.
>>>> If you demux the clip, you'll get 1 subtitle in a sub file per my
>>>> screenshot here
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