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iangreg
14th September 2005, 13:12
hi there,

i am using the latest version of gknot 2.17b ... in the tutorial it talks about choosing weather to use ifo mode and dvd mode on STEP 1.... but on my Gknot on step 1.. i cant see the option..

it just tells me to choose a file.

anybody know what i am doing wrong?

Thanks

Ian

unskinnyboy
14th September 2005, 13:16
If you want DVD input, choose IFO. If you want file input, choose the appropriate VOB.

wdmalik
14th September 2005, 22:38
You only need IFO files, just give link to VTS_01_0.ifo and it will pick the rest by iteself
well the tutorials might not be updated then .. :)

I am quoting from http://www.autogk.me.uk/modules.php?name=TutorialEN (http://http://www.autogk.me.uk/modules.php?name=TutorialEN)


Using AutoGK
First, you have to select an appropriate input file that AutoGK is going to be dealing with and which determines also the type of input source:

*IFO file is used when you have a DVD like directory that contains IFO file and corresponding VOB files. IFO file is parsed and choice of audio streams and subtitles is presented to the user. If IFO file contains multiple PGCs (program chains) or angles then user will be asked to confirm which ones contained in the vobset (unless the name of VOB file contain this information already). Note that AutoGK cannot work properly on a vobset that still has multiple angles/program chains, so make sure to use appropriate tools to prepare the vobset. Another thing to remember is that AutoGK only works on unencrypted VOB files.
*MPG, MPEG, VOB, VRO, M2V, M1V, DAT files are expected to have MPEG1/MPEG2 video inside. Only information about audio type (but not language in case of VOBs) is available for these types of files.
*TS, TP, TRP, M2T files are expected to be transport streams with MPEG2 video inside. If it has multiple video streams then you'll be asked to confirm which stream AutoGK will be working with.
*AVI files can have potentially any type of video inside (including DivX/XviD and DV sources). Main requirement for AutoGK to be able to process them is that they can be played in Windows Media Player (or any other DirectShow-based player) on your Windows installation. For current limitations and features see latest FAQ on AutoGK's web site

iangreg
17th September 2005, 12:37
thanks guys... perfect... just want i needed.


ian