[LCA2015-Chat] un-ripping a DVD
ryan.verner at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 09:54:04 AEDT 2015
The latter can probably be done using caca/aalib :)
I'm curious why you'd want to produce a "plain-old" DVD as your 'lowest
common denominator solution' in 2015. Pretty much every media player used
on the planet these days will play h.264 mpeg4 encoded video files burnt to
a DVD, and having tried to produce a 'plain old' DVD of content back in
2004 you're talking dozens and dozens of DVD's with the content produced at
The WebM files uploaded to the mirror are of archival quality; re-encoding
it should still result in good looking video. You should be able to script
up something that uses ffmpeg to transcode to mpeg4 (use h264 for video,
mp3 or aac for audio). Burn those files to a DVD (will still require
On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 9:41 AM, Thomas Sprinkmeier <
thomas.sprinkmeier at gmail.com> wrote:
> How can I turn the conf videos into a plain-old DVD?
> I've given up on finding a video format supported by all the TV's, PVRs
> etc. and I'm aiming for the lowest-common-denominator solution.
> Failing that, does anyone know how to re-render to something more portable
> Chat mailing list
> Chat at lists.lca2015.linux.org.au
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