[nflug] wide-screen dvd to full-screen --audio rip
John G. Boice
evrgreen at netsync.net
Sat Feb 3 00:52:27 EST 2007
> Thanks. You explained a lot.
> Of course, I picked a totally weird film to start with. It was
> anamorphic (480:269) with a Hindi sound track and subtitles in English.
> mplayer did some weird (and long) rescaling on it even when I put the
> ratio int acidrip and into tovid (using -aspect 480:269).
> I finally got it to work, but the subtitles ended up on the movie
> instead of on the "black" below it (as in the original), but that's OK.
> One more question (for now):
> Is there an easy way to get the sound track off of the movie and leave
> it as an mp3? At one point in the process it was there as an ac3 file,
> but I have no idea what format that is and it seems to have gone away
> when the process was completed.
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That's an odd one all right!
It depends on what format the movie is in. Avidemux will save the
soundtracks of avi & mpeg movies to an audio file. If you have lame
installed, I think you can recode it to mp3 during the save.
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