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hd-dvd_ripping [2014/11/24 01:14]
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hd-dvd_ripping [2014/11/24 02:18] (current)
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 ====== HD-DVD_Ripping ====== ====== HD-DVD_Ripping ======
  
-= Aim =+===== Aim =====
 Convert a HD-DVD to individual files playable in VLC and streamable over the network: Convert a HD-DVD to individual files playable in VLC and streamable over the network:
   * Transcode video to 720p H.264   * Transcode video to 720p H.264
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   * Keep extra videos (deleted scenes, etc.) in separate files   * Keep extra videos (deleted scenes, etc.) in separate files
  
-= Required Tools =+===== Required Tools =====
   * AnyDVD HD [[http://​www.slysoft.com/​en/​anydvdhd.html]]   * AnyDVD HD [[http://​www.slysoft.com/​en/​anydvdhd.html]]
   * Eac3to [[http://​forum.doom9.org/​showthread.php?​t=125966]]   * Eac3to [[http://​forum.doom9.org/​showthread.php?​t=125966]]
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   * SupRip [[http://​exar.ch/​suprip/​]] for OCR'​ing subtitles to text-based .srt files OR Subtitle Creator [[http://​www.videohelp.com/​tools/​SubtitleCreator]] to convert them to VobSub format (.idx and .sub files)   * SupRip [[http://​exar.ch/​suprip/​]] for OCR'​ing subtitles to text-based .srt files OR Subtitle Creator [[http://​www.videohelp.com/​tools/​SubtitleCreator]] to convert them to VobSub format (.idx and .sub files)
  
-= Process =+===== Process ​=====
 ===== Preparation ===== ===== Preparation =====
 Ensure that AnyDVD HD is running with HD-DVD support enabled. ​ The UDF driver needs to be installed, too, if you are using WinXP. Ensure that AnyDVD HD is running with HD-DVD support enabled. ​ The UDF driver needs to be installed, too, if you are using WinXP.
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 Open MKVMerge GUI (part of MKVToolnix). ​ For each title, drag the relevant files (the .mkv video file(s), .ac3 audio file(s) and any .srt/​.idx+.sub subtitle files). ​  Set the options below the track list for each track, set the output filename then click "Start muxing"​. ​ Once it's finished, you will have a finished .mkv file that you should be able to play in VLC and other such players. Open MKVMerge GUI (part of MKVToolnix). ​ For each title, drag the relevant files (the .mkv video file(s), .ac3 audio file(s) and any .srt/​.idx+.sub subtitle files). ​  Set the options below the track list for each track, set the output filename then click "Start muxing"​. ​ Once it's finished, you will have a finished .mkv file that you should be able to play in VLC and other such players.
  
-= References =+===== References ​=====
   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=11241   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=11241
   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=15543   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=15543
   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=19474   * http://​forum.slysoft.com/​showthread.php?​t=19474
hd-dvd_ripping.txt · Last modified: 2014/11/24 02:18 by ben