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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 3:40 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

alrighty, tried that, subtitles look much better, quality got bad though. The file size has reduced to a third of what it was before..?

Also, the audio has become skippy. I think i may be the most problematic transcoder ever!
latest command:
sudo transcode -i fma01.avi -V -y mpeg2enc,mp2enc -w 9000 -F 8,"-4 1 -2 1 -r 24" -Z 352x240 --export_fps 29.97 --export_asr 2 -E 48000 -b 224 -o fma01 -x mplayer,mplayer --pulldown

I dunno if it matters, but i get a:
++ WARN: [mpeg2enc] Frame height won't split into two equal field pictures...
++ WARN: [mpeg2enc] forcing encoding as progressive video
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 9:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Negated Void wrote:
I think i may be the most problematic transcoder ever!


Not quite. I've only been able to encode one single file sofar. All other files on my HDD are "rejected" by transcode - or rather it only creates a 38 byte m2v and a 0 byte mpa.

Code:

INFO: using reference profile (DVD)
INFO: profile type is (PAL)
INFO: 3:2 pulldown flags enabled
 
INFO:    Min bitrate of any one frame = 200000000 bits
INFO:    Max bitrate of any one frame = 0 bits
INFO:    Min bitrate over any one second = 200000000 bps
INFO:    Avg bitrate over any one second = inf bps
INFO:    Max bitrate over any one second = 0 bps
INFO:    Total time: 34 seconds (00:00:34), 0.00 frames/sec, inf sec/frame.
 
clean up | frame threads | unload modules | cancel signal | internal threads | done
[transcode] encoded 0 frames (0 dropped, 0 cloned), clip length   0.00 s
root@truesource encode #
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PostPosted: Thu Jan 29, 2004 10:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

oh, wow. What's the transcode command you're using? Have you got the -x mplayer,mplayer part?

Sooo... does anyone have any idea what's up with this? Using mpeg2enc, i get a filesize way small. If i put -q in the part passed to mpeg2enc, making it VBR, i can get larger files. Is VBR acceptible for dvd usage, or will it not work w/ dvd players and stuff?

I've also noticed that my video likes to go a little bit, then kinda pauses/jumps a little. The audio also seems to be somewhat skippy, and stops completly about 80% through the video (Even though it's completly in sync untill then)

my current, latest, attempted command is:
sudo transcode -i fma01.avi -V -y mpeg2enc,mp2enc -w 9000 -F 8,"-4 1 -2 1 -r 24 -p -q 3" -Z 352x240 --export_fps 29.97 --export_asr 2 -E 48000 -b 224 -o fma01 -x mplayer,mplayer

Thanks again..
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 30, 2004 7:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Negated Void wrote:
oh, wow. What's the transcode command you're using? Have you got the -x mplayer,mplayer part?


It doesn't seem to matter if I use mplayer or the default transcode. I've tried all those parameters suggested in this thread, but none seemed to work. Either all my files are somehow broken or I'm too stupid to use transcode. ;) btw, the one file that worked had it's sound out of sync after I remerged the streams ;)
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 5:28 pm    Post subject: different aspects on one dvd? Reply with quote

Ok, till now I've managed most of the hurdles. The last remaining one is this:

If I have films with different aspects, how do I author them the proper way?

In particular, I have this dvdauthor.xml:
Code:


<dvdauthor dest="DVD">

  <vmgm>
        <menus>
        <pgc>
          <vob file="/foo/bar/trailers/THX/THX_dvd.mpg"/>
         <post>
                jump titleset 1 menu;
         </post>
        </pgc>
        </menus>
  </vmgm>
  <titleset>
   
     <menus>
    <video aspect="4:3" />
      <pgc>
        <button> jump title 1; </button>
        <button> jump title 2; </button>
        <vob file="menu_final.mpg" pause="inf"/>
      </pgc>
    </menus>

    <titles>
    <video aspect="4:3" />
      <pgc>
        <vob file="/foo/bar/fd1/fd1_dvd.mpg"/>
          <post>
            call menu;
          </post>
      </pgc>
    </titles>

    <titles>
    <video aspect="16:9" />
      <pgc>
        <vob file="/foo/bar/fd2/fd2_dvd.mpg" />
          <post>
            call menu;
          </post>
      </pgc>
    </titles>

  </titleset>

</dvdauthor>


I added the aspect-stuff, because: THX_dvd.mpg is 4:3, fd1_dvd.mpg 4:3 and fd2_dvd.mpg is 16:9.
Now, when I author without the aspect-stuff, I always get messages during authoring like "attempting to update from 4:3 to 16:9, skipping" or so.
The result is: THX and fd1 are shown OK, fd2 has "stretched heads".
Now, when I add the stuff forcing aspects, the warning-messages are gone, but the result is the same: THX, fd1 are OK, fd2 has "stretched heads". What am I doing wrong? Isn't it possible at all to put films with different aspects on a dvd? Do I need another menu-structure?

Thanks, revo
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2004 6:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

INFO - Graphic User Interface

Hi all,

here a good GUI for editing and authoring, but the tips wrote by shiznix are always the best!! ;)

Code:

lve - (Video editing)
klvemkdvd - (DVD-Authoring)

http://lvempeg.sourceforge.net/

Code:

Menu DVD Author

http://qdvdauthor.sourceforge.net/

Code:

dvd authoring and recording

http://dvdstyler.sourceforge.net/

Code:

Video Editing

http://www.uchian.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/kdenlive.html

Unfortunally there aren't .ebuild (or bug too).
Did you remember
Code:

./configure & make & make install ?


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2004 4:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi
Can i compile many videos on a dvd and choose between them from a menu?
maybe that is a stupid question but i am new with this stuff
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 11, 2004 11:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

great guide 8)

I have a few things to add that helped me :)

First, resizing videos without stretching heads, here's what I did:

You need to know the aspect of your output video. Mine was 720x576 = 1.25 (I'll call this p). And you need to know the dimensions of your input video, eg. 576x304 (I'll use axb).

So, here's the equation :)

x = ((a / p) - b) / 2

For my example: x = ((576 / 1.25) - 304) / 2 = 78.4

Round this number to nearest even integer, so I would use 78. The number has to be even or it'll muddle up the colours. Now I would use this on the command line options for transcode:

--pre_clip -78,0,-78,0 -Z 720x576

Those options will add the appropriate black bars at the top and bottom of the video and then zoom to the right size for my DVD :) From what I can tell from the man page --keep_asr is supposed to do this, but it doesn't work for me.

A couple of other things...

When trying to change the frame rate with transcode I always lost A/V sync. So, I used mencoder:

mencoder -ofps 25.000 -ovc copy -oac copy -o output.avi input.avi

I found that the video needed to be re-encoded if doing this from an mpeg source:

mencoder -ofps 25.000 -ovc lavc -oac copy -o output.avi input.mpg


My DVD player didn't play mp2 audio correctly so I had to encode to ac3 using "-y mpeg2enc,ac3" with transcode

HTH :)
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2004 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Another link for linux-dvdauthoring community:

Code:

KdvdStudio

http://kdvdstudio.burgbacher.net/

But:

Quote:

The first alpha version of KDVDStudio is to be released in April..


I'm waiting ! :)
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 15, 2004 4:56 am    Post subject: dvdanimenu - animated buttons in menus Reply with quote

ok, so...following up on my previous post: i wrote up a python script that makes it pretty straight forward to make animated buttons for a DVD menu. the url is http://ewww.scarymonster.net/dvdanimenu/. by animated buttons, i mean that you can take clips from several videos or pieces thereof and superimpose them on a preselected background image so that there are several distinct subpicture moves playing on the overall videoclip. something like that, anyways...

basically, the script takes in an XML file and outputs an MPEG2-ES video stream that can be run through 'mplex' or the like to add background audio and then pop it through 'spumux' to add the buttons and all for menu-fulness.

i'm hoping to move this to a sourceforge page soon, so stay tuned.

oh. caveat: for now the input video files have to be 'lavtool' compatible. that is, they have to be MJPEG files. but that's easy to convert to with 'mencoder'/'transcode', etc. i'll work on that...

caveat 2: really only have NTSC support now...

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 5:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:

Hi
Can i compile many videos on a dvd and choose between them from a menu?
maybe that is a stupid question but i am new with this stuff


Let me correct this. i just want to make a multi video dvd with a background picture and a menu .I want to make a button for each movie.I am not good at graphics so i want to use ready staff.how can i do this?
I followed the quide and that went well but i couldn;t make the buttons and background so i tried to author the dvd with TMPEGenc DVD Author in winblows.when i load the .mpg file i get an error that the overall bitrate of the movie is higher than the standard dvd bitrate and i will create a non standard dvd that will not be played on a standalone player. why is that?
Sorry my english are not very good.i hope you understand my problems and help me
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 19, 2004 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There's also avidemux for creating the mpegs - there's a version in portage, or a CVS ebuild is available here.
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 01, 2004 9:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Quote:
Let me correct this. i just want to make a multi video dvd with a background picture and a menu .I want to make a button for each movie.I am not good at graphics so i want to use ready staff.how can i do this?
I followed the quide and that went well but i couldn;t make the buttons and background so i tried to author the dvd with TMPEGenc DVD Author in winblows.when i load the .mpg file i get an error that the overall bitrate of the movie is higher than the standard dvd bitrate and i will create a non standard dvd that will not be played on a standalone player. why is that?
Sorry my english are not very good.i hope you understand my problems and help me


please i need help with this.i dont want to use windowz for this task
Acomplete quide would be very useful
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 07, 2004 9:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

how do i have to make the .xml file if i only have 1movie, no intro, no menus, not buttons, just the movie?
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 12, 2004 3:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anybody happen to notice the Slashdot news article? :P
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 12, 2004 4:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Roguelazer wrote:
Anybody happen to notice the Slashdot news article? :P


that would be the one where someone asked about DVD authoring under linux and about 60% of the replies were "bok bok bok iMac this bok bok bok iMac that"? :roll:

http://ask.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=04/03/12/0115229&mode=thread
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 14, 2004 3:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for a wonderful tutorial! I found it really useful. Can I add a few comments:

1)You give this line:
Code:

transcode -i matrix.mpg -V -x mplayer,mplayer -y mpeg -F d -Z 352x288 --export_fps 25 --export_asr 2 -E 48000 -b 224 -o matrix

I think you want
Code:
-Z 720x576
for PAL.
It's also really worth using the option
Code:
 -J smartdeinter


2)I haven't got toolame, only lame. Another way to generate 2 sec of silence is to use record.

3)A normal DVD is "4.7GB" in size. This is actually only 4.3GB of real files (2^30 vs 10^9). The largest file that can be fitted onto the dvd is 1.0GB, but that is handled by dvdauthor; the .mpg files can be upto 4.3 GB in size.

4)when using mplex, it will default to splitting files at 2GB. This can cause a glitch at the transition, and on reiserfs, it's not necessary. So use:
Code:

mplex -f 8 -S 0 -o outfile.mpg infile.m2v infile.mpa

If you do want mplex to split the files, the output filename needs to contain %d i.e.
Code:

mplex -f 8  -o outfile%d.mpg infile.m2v infile.mpa


This all works great in Mandrake 9.2, except that there is a slight bug in mplex (it ignores -S), so the latest mjpegtools needs to be compiled from source.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 15, 2004 10:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alright, here's an issue I've been running into. I'm using dvdauthor to create myself a demo reel dvd. I have all of the components properly built and encoded. I've spumuxed my menus and created my dvdauthor XML file and ran dvdauthor.

Now here's the issue. I run xine to test dvdauthor's output and all seems gravy, but there seems to be a problem jumping to the next track, be it a menu or a title. Basically it plays whatever the first thing is without issue, but can't ever seem to go to the next step. I either get (when trying to go to a menu):

Code:

libdvdnav: *** pgci_ut handle is NULL ***

or (when trying to go to a title from the menu)

Code:

libdvdread: Invalid IFO for title 1 (VTS_01_0.IFO).
libdvdnav: ifoOpenVTSI failed - CRASHING!!!
xine: vm.c:204: ifoOpenNewVTSI: Assertion `0' failed.

I'm guessing that it could just as easily be a problem with xine as it could be with dvdauthor. However, xine works with other dvds, so I suspect te issue is more likely to be a dvdauthor one. This is the test xml file I'm using (and it yields the second error):

Code:

<dvdauthor dest="dvd">
  <vmgm>
    <menus>
      <pgc>
        <vob file="demo_montage.mpg" />
   <post> jump titleset 1 menu; </post>
      </pgc>
    </menus>
  </vmgm>
  <titleset>
    <menus>
      <pgc>
        <button name="play_demo"> jump title 1; </button>
        <button name="abridged"> jump title 1; </button>
        <button name="unabridged"> jump title 1; </button>
        <vob file="demo_menu.mpg" />
        <post> jump cell 1; </post>
      </pgc>
    </menus>
    <titles>
      <pgc>
        <vob file="demo_montage.mpg" />
        <post> call menu; </post>
      </pgc>
    </titles>
  </titleset>
</dvdauthor>

First person to help me figure out what I'm doing wrong gets a copy of the finished dvd. Any takers?
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 16, 2004 6:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Alright, I think I figured it out. I never thought to clear out previous dvdauthor test writes before running dvdauthor again. A quick "rm -rf" of the dest directory and a re-running of dvdauthor on my xml file and everything worked like a charm.

So... just in case anyone else runs into this problem, make sure you delete your last run prior to running dvdauthor with a changed xml file.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 17, 2004 10:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@kabutor and @malloc

Sorry for the late response (just found this forum)!

Two subtitles with spumux:
spumux textsubtitles1.xml <input.vob >temp.vob
spumux -s 1 textsubtitles2.xml <temp.vob >output.vob

Now output.vob contains two subtitle streams!

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 18, 2004 3:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

By the way, I don't know if anyone's already mentioned this, but here's a small tip if you ever decide to author your own dvds:

make your menus loop longer than 4 seconds if you intend to be seen on regular DVD players. A computer's DVD-ROM drive caches it and everything runs fine... but regular players don't cache as aggressively, causing the loop to be anything but seamless
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2004 8:05 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I decide to publish my own script for encoding video to mpeg2 for dvdauthor
Code:
#!/bin/bash

for v in ${*}
do
    ffmpeg -i ${v} -target dvd -mbd 2 -strict 1 -ildct -ilme -an -qmin 2 -pass 1 \
    -y /dev/null && \
    ffmpeg -i ${v} -target dvd -mbd 2 -strict 1  -ildct -ilme -an -qmin 2 -pass 2 \
    -y -map 0:0 ${v%.*}_nosound.vob -ab 224 -map 0:1 ${v%.*}.ac3 && \
    mplayer ${v%.*}_nosound.vob -nosound -dumpvideo -dumpfile ${v%.*}.m2v && \
    mplex -V -f 8 -o ${v%.*}_ffdvd_out.mpg  ${v%.*}.m2v ${v%.*}.ac3 && \
    rm -f ${v%.*}_nosound.vob ${v%.*}.m2v ${v%.*}.ac3 && \
    echo "-=: ${v} succesfully encoded in ${v%.*}_ffdvd_out.mpg :=-"
done
Note: i used interlaced material (-ildct -ilme) - my DV-stream, but without (-ildct -ilme) may be encode noninterlaced video.
After scrirt & sorting mpeg's for basic dvd:
Code:
dvdauthor -o out -a ru /path/to/encoded/mpeg/*.mpg && \
dvdauthor -o out -T && \
growisofs [-dvd-compat] -Z /dev/dvd -V "MY_DVD_VOLUME" -dvd-video out

Note: "ru" -my native language; with "-dvd-video" not needed "-dvd-compat"(maintainer info - i don't test it)

PS. Hope this is useful for somebody
PPS. CVS-version of ffmpeg & mplayer recommended for MPEG2 encoding
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2004 12:50 am    Post subject: Re: different aspects on one dvd? Reply with quote

revo wrote:
Ok, till now I've managed most of the hurdles. The last remaining one is this:

If I have films with different aspects, how do I author them the proper way?



IIRC Scott posts on dvdauthor-users, that you can not change aspect ration within a given titleset, sorry. However, you can use the vmgm menu to jump to different titlesets. IIRC that is the way commercial disks do it, too.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 31, 2004 9:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have been playing around with dvdauthor and the other tools. Great stuff!! But I still have trouble adding subtitles to a movie. I converted the movie from avi to mpg with ffmpeg. Then I add the subtitles (which are in .srt format) to the mpg with spumux, with this xml

Code:
<subpictures>
   <stream>
      <textsub filename="Madadayo.srt"
         characterset="ISO8859-1"
         fontsize="28.0"
         font="arial.ttf"
         horizontal-alignment="left"
         vertical-alignment="bottom"
         left-margin="60"
         right-margin="60"
         top-margin="20"
         bottom-margin="30"
         subtitle-fps="25"
         movie-fps="25"
         movie-width="720"
         movie-height="574"
      />
   </stream>
</subpictures>


Code:
arnoud@magret:/Network/Servers/192.168.0.1/export2/dvd $ cat README.txt
[arnoud@hex dvd]$ spumux Madadayo-subs.xml < Madadayo.avi.mpg > Madadayo.subbed.mpg
DVDAuthor::spumux, version 0.6.8.  Build options: gnugetopt
Send bugs to <dvdauthor-users@lists.sourceforge.net>

INFO: Detected subtitle file format: subviewer
INFO: Opened iconv descriptor. *UTF-8* *ISO8859-1*
INFO: Read 1401 subtitles
INFO: Adjusted 1 subtitle(s).
INFO: Unicode font: 656 glyphs.
WARN: Sub on line 1 starts before 4s, (some players won't show it)
WARN: Sub on line 2 starts before 4s, (some players won't show it)
WARN:  Read 0, expected 4
INFO: Found EOF in .sub file.
INFO: 1401 subtitles added, 0 subtitles skipped, stream: 32, offset: 0.18

Statistics:
- Processed 1401 subtitles.
- The longest display line had 32 characters.
- The maximum number of displayed lines was 2.
- The normal display height of the font arial.ttf was 32.
- The bottom display height of the font arial.ttf was 38.
- The biggest subtitle box had 3680 bytes.


Seems to have worked. Now create the DVD layout with DVD autor using this xml:

Code:
<dvdauthor>
    <vmgm />
    <titleset>
        <titles>
            <pgc>
                <pre>subtitle=0;</pre>
                <vob file="Madadayo.subbed.mpg" />
            </pgc>
        </titles>
    </titleset>
</dvdauthor>


But when I play the DVD it shows no subtitles. :cry:

I have been fiddling with this for some days now. Googling my fingers sore, but I can't seem to find why it fails. So if anybody can point me in the right direction I would be very thankfull.
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 04, 2004 1:48 pm    Post subject: LVE ebuild Reply with quote

Hi, I've had a go at writing an ebuild for lve, but lve fails to compile properly on my system using it. :cry:

I was wondering if someone could fix it for me

Code:

# Copyright 1999-2004 Gentoo Technologies, Inc.
# Distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License v2
# $Header: $

DESCRIPTION="Linux Video Editor"

HOMEPAGE="http://lvempeg.sourceforge.net"

SRC_URI="http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/lvempeg/lve-040322.src.tar.bz2
   http://heanet.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/ffmpeg/ffmpeg-0.4.8.tar.gz"

LICENSE="GPL-2"

SLOT="0"

KEYWORDS="~x86"

IUSE=""

DEPEND=">=x11-base/xfree-4.3.0-r5
   >=media-libs/libsdl-1.2.6-r3
   >=x11-libs/qt-3.3.0-r1"

RDEPEND=""

# This is the version of ffmpeg lve must be compiled against
FFMPEG="ffmpeg-0.4.8"

src_compile() {

# Create /usr/local dir because this is where lve must be installed
   mkdir -p ${WORKDIR}/usr/local

   mv ${WORKDIR}/lve ${WORKDIR}/usr/local/
   mv ${WORKDIR}/$FFMPEG ${WORKDIR}/usr/local/
   cd ${WORKDIR}/usr/local/lve

   emake || die "emake failed"
}

src_install() {
   einstall || die
}



Cheers Ian
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