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Old 11th October 2008, 18:01   #1  |  Link
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New eac3to GUI: HD-DVD/Blu-Ray Stream Extractor



This project is hosted on Google code found here.

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Changelog
0.8 - fixed missing THD extract options, migrated to .NET 4 Client Profile
0.7 - reduced CPU utilization for GUI, pre-selected "extract as" dropdowns, other small fixes
0.6 - fixed stream "extract as" dropdowns and audio types
0.5 - proper version tracking will commence after this release
SVN changes can be tracked here.

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HD-DVD/Blu-Ray Stream Extractor is a GUI for the excellent tool eac3to developed by madshi. The front-end is intended to be included with MeGUI to provide stream extraction capabilities but will also be available in a stand-alone format.

Support for the tool can be found in this thread. The tool is also incorporated into MeGUI, help can also be found on the MeGUI wiki.

If you are experiencing issues with the tool, please create a new issue and attach the logs with your bug report.

Installation
  • Download the latest stable release or the current svn using the links below
  • The .NET 4 Client Profile redistributable is a prerequisite for the tool.
  • - Download HdBrStreamExtractor and extract to eac3to folder

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Enjoy!

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Old 11th October 2008, 18:37   #2  |  Link
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what's wrong

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Old 11th October 2008, 18:43   #3  |  Link
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not working here either, just get an error stating program has stopped working
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Sorry, it was compiled against .NET 3.5 and using a couple of extension methods.

I recompiled to .NET 2.0 and made the extension method regular old methods.

You should be ok now. Try downloading again and let me know the results.

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gui is working now. but why it can only open mpls? wouldn't it be nice to process directly from m2ts too?
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1. puting imput G:\Blu_Ray\Scary Movie 4
got error [22:25:58] Source file "G:\Blu_Ray\Scary" not found.
2. no manual entering extensions for extracted stream
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If you point it to the folder of your HD-DVD or Blu-Ray drive (while running anydvd) or to your rip folder, it should list all features found in the specified folder.

@menlvd: what do you get when you run the following at a command prompt:

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If you point it to the folder of your HD-DVD or Blu-Ray drive (while running anydvd) or to your rip folder, it should list all features found in the specified folder.

@menlvd: what do you get when you run the following at a command prompt:
prog needs put this line too ""
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Old 11th October 2008, 19:49   #9  |  Link
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Ok, now works thanks

I quicktested, and i get error when tryed to demux HDDVD when i press streams button, program just closed.

On bluray sources everything working fine for now.

I noticed small bug in filenames

and small suggestion, for video stream you should add support for extract to raw streams instead MKV

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Further processing of VC1mkvs on TSMuxer is always a big problem. So extracting raw media is a better idea.
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Further processing of VC1mkvs on TSMuxer is always a big problem. So extracting raw media is a better idea.
Agree, it's better to add both options and user choose what need.

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Thanks for the input. I'll have an update out soon.
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Updated:

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- BUG: spaces in path
- ADD: video extract type(s)
- ADD: feature number in extract filename
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need file ext for audio .w64 and .AGM
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I still get crash for HDDVD titles when press streams button
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- ADD: audio extract types: AGM, RF64, W64
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I still get crash for HDDVD titles when press streams button
could you provide the output from eac3to for whichever feature you're trying to get streams for?

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eac3to.exe [source] [feature#])
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It seems to work well with the one stream I have currently tested it with. But not being able to see the details of the different playlists at once is a big problem for some sources. Eac3toGUI does a really good job of displaying all of the playlists.

All in all it's a pretty good straight forward tool.
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For choosing features based on duration, angles, or version (eg Director's Cut)... yeah, I need to think about how to better display this information.

I could display a feature grid with all the relevant information. Would that work?
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feature grid
Could you explain this term a little more?
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