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Old 20th December 2001, 18:45   #1  |  Link
Deltis
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SVCD-subtitle processing

Hi!

I'm using DVD2SVCD 1.0.5 Build 2 to creat MPEG2-streams including true SVCD-subtitles.

When I try to process these files with VCDEasy 1.0.5 I get the following error-message:


[...]
GNU VCDImager 0.7.11
file EXTRA/DVD2SVCD.XML
SVCD detected
extracting EXTRA/DVD2SVCD.XML to _extra_dvd2svcd.xml (lsn 229, size 5400, raw 0)
extracting avseq01.mpg... (start lsn 450 (+177739))
cn +edge @450
entry point @451 (0.000000)
OGT channel out of range 112
OGT channel out of range 112
...
...and so on...
...
[...]


Can anybody explain the message: "OGT channel out of range 112" to me?

VCDImager doesn't seem to recognize the OGT-streams?! When I add a MPEG2-stream to a SVCD-project, it scans the file but does not indicate whether there is OGT or not. During the final image-creation I get the mentioned error-message :-(
This is not the case with CVD-subs!

Is there a solution/workaround?
Are the MPEG-streams handled correct anyway?

Thanks for your help!
Thomas
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Old 20th December 2001, 19:02   #2  |  Link
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The problem is the version of Vcdimager. The VCdimager version used in dvd2svcd 1.0.5 is 0.7.12, not officially released yet. This is a new version with better OGT support.
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Old 20th December 2001, 21:37   #3  |  Link
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Find it here: ftp://ftp.vcdimager.org/pub/vcdimager/.testing ...
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