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dvd_copy [2018/03/27 23:30]
beandog created
dvd_copy [2021/10/17 17:39] (current)
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   * [[dvd_info]]   * [[dvd_info]]
 +  * [[https://​github.com/​beandog/​dvd_info]] - source code
  
-''​dvd_copy''​ ships with the [[dvd_info]] package. It lets you copy a track with specific chapters from a disc to filesystem or stdout.+''​dvd_copy''​ ships with the [[dvd_info]] package. It lets you copy a track with specific chapters from a disc to filesystem or stdout. ​See ''​--help''​ for options: 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +dvd_copy 1.2 - copy a single DVD track to the filesystem 
 + 
 +Usage: dvd_copy [-t track] [-c chapter[-chapter]] [-o filename] [dvd path] 
 + 
 +DVD path can be a device name, a single file, or directory. 
 + 
 +Examples: 
 +  dvd_copy # Read default DVD device (/​dev/​sr0) 
 +  dvd_copy /dev/dvd # Read a specific DVD device 
 +  dvd_copy video.iso ​   # Read an image file 
 +  dvd_copy ~/​Videos/​DVD #​ Read a directory that contains VIDEO_TS 
 + 
 +Output filenames:​ 
 +  dvd_copy # Save to "​dvd_track_##​.vob"​ where ## is longest track 
 +  dvd_copy -o video.vob # Save to "​video.vob"​ (MPEG2 program stream) 
 +  dvd_copy -o video.mpg # Save to "​video.mpg"​ (MPEG2 program stream) 
 +  dvd_copy -o - # Stream to console output (stdout) 
 +</​code>​ 
 + 
 +Note that saving to a ''​vob''​ or ''​mpg''​ extension doesn'​t change the content, I'm only adding those examples as a visual indicator that that's what the formats are. 
 + 
 +It doesn'​t copy VobSub subtitle tracks right now, that'd be additional functionality since they'​re not in the transport stream. The closed captioning subtitles are in there because it's part of the MPEG2 transport stream. You can use [[https://​www.ccextractor.org/​|ccextractor]] to get them out. 
 + 
 +** Encoding ** 
 + 
 +Here's what I use when copying a DVD and encoding with ffmpeg: 
 + 
 +<​code>​ 
 +dvd_copy '/​dev/​sr0'​ -t '​1'​ -o '​-'​ 2> /dev/null | ffmpeg -hide_banner -i '​-'​ -map '​0:​v'​ -map '​i:​0x80'​ -vcodec '​libx264'​ -vf '​dejudder,​fps=30000/​1001,​fieldmatch,​bwdif=mode=send_frame:​deint=interlaced,​decimate'​ -acodec '​copy'​ -metadata:​s:​a:​0 '​language=eng'​ -y '​dvd_rip.mkv'​ 
 +</​code>​

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