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Old 6th November 2019, 22:38   #11  |  Link
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Originally Posted by videoh View Post
1. Linux is low priority but I don't rule it out. As I eliminate win32 stuff over time, we may reach a pure C/C++ level, at which point the code could be built for Linux.
Many thanks and I will wait
Originally Posted by videoh View Post
2. Noted and agreed for later.
Perfect. Maybe you could add an option if only the input param is used with the path to the mpls file, you could output an overview about all the streams and IDs. With such overview it should be easy to generate cli commands to extract the needed streams only.
Originally Posted by videoh View Post
3. You mean you want one file with all subs (including forced) and one with only forced? Or one with only nonforced and one with forced? So too unclear to answer. What does eac3to do in this regard?
I mean extract the whole sup(including forced) and a separate forced sup file. eac3to has also not such feature. I always have to do two extraction runs.
Originally Posted by videoh View Post
4. Default angle number is 0, i.e., the first one.
In an mpls is a value of 0 not allowed for the Angles, it starts with "1".
When I need the second Angle, I have to use 1 (not 2): OK
Originally Posted by videoh View Post
(5). These language codes are read from the MPLS and I simply use them. I see no reason to try to map them to something else.
OK, I can check such language codes by my self and change it if necessary.

Originally Posted by videoh View Post
I have code that is supposed to suppress mark_type != 1, but maybe it is broken. Please provide a link for me to purchase that exact same disk and then I can look into it. Also, how do you determine what is "normal"? Thank you.
Here is a Amazon link to T2

Normal chapters means the chapters which are visible and usable to users.
If you want I can upload a piece from T2 BD.

There is an other issue with the T2 BD. Not all streams will be demuxed, there is a secondary video which is ignored (eact3o extract this stream).
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