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Old 25 Sep 2005, 11:40 PM   #1
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i have i question. does somebody has a tool to convert a OGM that is encoded in Xvid into a normal avi - file. with the subtitle???

my dvd player reads only normal AVI files and not OGMs

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Old 25 Sep 2005, 11:50 PM   #2
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load the file into virtualdubMOD

set video to direct stream

go to file => save avi

this will *extract* your avi out of the ogm container

under streams => stream list you can demux audio and save it as well (you'll have to finally mux audio + video of course)

subs should be available via streams as well
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Old 26 Sep 2005, 02:04 AM   #3
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i tried that but who do you extract the subtitle file ist was only i file with 50 kb. and that i think canīt be or ????
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Old 26 Sep 2005, 03:07 AM   #4
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subtitles in eg. SRT formats are pure and simple txtfile of irrelvant size

so that file of yours may be perfectly fine

open it with notepad and take a look at it - you should
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Old 26 Sep 2005, 03:13 AM   #5
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okay i keep that in mind

i tried to extract the srt file an muxe it with the video but there was no subtitke


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Old 26 Sep 2005, 04:23 AM   #6
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you cannot MUX the srt to an avi for your standalone

burn the avi as eg. *yourmovie.avi* and add the srt as *yourmovie.srt*

most players will accept the srt to be a seperate file and load them if named identical to the avi file except of course for the extension avi/srt
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Old 27 Sep 2005, 02:48 AM   #7
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okay al try that

i hope i works beuce i dl that file the second tome

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Old 27 Sep 2005, 02:57 AM   #8
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ca i also burn the ac3 file an the disc that would work like you said right
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Old 27 Sep 2005, 03:33 AM   #9
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no, i doubt a separate ac3 will be accepted

mux video + ac3 to a new avi file
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my dvd play accepted the seperate ac3 file but the subtiels are displaed with a transperant frame.

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Old 27 Sep 2005, 04:10 AM   #11
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well check what optional subtitle format your player is able to handle
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Old 28 Sep 2005, 03:56 AM   #12
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that going to be a problem a have an Tevion DVD 5000 player. and i donīt know taht kind of subtitlefiles the player reads

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There are other better tools out there. To demux an OGM file (which usually has subtitles) use a command line tool called OGMdemuxer. You don't install it, you just drag and drop the file onto the .exe file. All streams will be demuxed in that folder quickly. A quicker way to convert the avi file is use either VSO divxtodvd or winavi. These programs will make a dvd in real time or faster. Then you have to demux the DVD (.vob) files. There are several ways to do this. If the movie is in one single vob file, use vob edit. If the movie is in mutliple vobs, you will need to join them before demuxing. The software I use is DVD-lab. This is a dvd author. When you import the vob files it gives the option to join and demux in one shot. Once that is done you will need to convert the .ogg sound track to a playable dvd track. Through trial and error I found that many converters screw up the time stamp which leads to lip sync errors. The only one that works for me is FairStars audio converter. Convert the file to WAV at 48000 Hz. That can then be used on a dvd. I took one step further a nd converted the sound to AC3 2CH using TMPGenc AC3 plugin, which I used through DVDlab. DVDlab will also import the subtitles if there are any. Use DVD lab to put it all together and you have your DVD in about half the time it takes TMPGenc just to transcode the video. Enjoy! Somtimes Winavi will do the whole thing for you in real time or faster depending on the file.
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