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Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle

Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle

Posted Apr 13, 2010 13:09 UTC (Tue) by robux4 (guest, #65101)
In reply to: Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle by nye
Parent article: Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle

> Do you mean to end up with a single mkv file that includes all the menus
> etc, and is essentially indistinguishable from the DVD? A quick Google
> search didn't come up with any instructions to do this (admittedly it was
> *very* quick) - do you have any pointers?

Look for DvdMenuXtractor. It extracts all the meaningful info from a DVD file structure and prepares scripts to merge them back in Matroska with mkvtoolnix. It's not a 100% safe tool and is unmaintained. It was mostly a proof of concept, but VLC is supposed to play the produced files, including the DVD menus.
I don't suggest playing such files on the web though ;)


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Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle

Posted Apr 13, 2010 19:51 UTC (Tue) by ironiridis (guest, #60586) [Link]

It's crazy, but I just rip the ISO files instead. :)

Ogg and the multimedia container format struggle

Posted Apr 14, 2010 11:37 UTC (Wed) by nye (guest, #51576) [Link]

I'll take a look, thanks.


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