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Old 2nd June 2003, 16:45   #1  |  Link
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VSRip_20030530.zip suport commandline?

I just download the file "VSRip_20030530.zip"

I decompress it and found "VSRip.exe" with a nice enviroment but any doc.

But i usually use vobsub with command line for automte the task. Suport the new "VSRip.exe" comandline.

I download "vsfilter_20030530.zip" but donīt have any documentation. Work now in yuv12 colorspace?

Thank for your enforcement.

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Old 3rd June 2003, 00:32   #2  |  Link
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I think this is still true for vsrip, pass the file name to the exe in command line.

vsfilter is for virtualdub and avisynth (all versions and all colorsapces), and also has dvobsub in it (can be regsitered with regsvr32.exe).

Code:
# usage: rundll32 vobsub.dll,Configure <paramfile>
#  
# inputpath\vts_01_0.ifo (inputpath\vts_01_*.vob exist)
# outputpath\onlythefiletitlehere (outputpath can be the same as the inputpath)
# 1 .. n
#	- selects the program chain (set the same pgc you did at the dvd ripper program)
# 0, 1 .. 9 + v1c1 .. v99c99
#	- 0: indexes everything (not recommended for multi-angle dvds)
#	- 1 .. n: only processes vob/cell ids from this angle
#	- v1 c1 .. v99 c99: processes the specified vob and cell ids, specifying the cell is optional, 
#	  but then only the cells belonging to the current PGC will be included
# 0 .. en .. cc .. ALL (can be mixed)
#	- 0-31: stream number
#	- en, hu, fr, ..: stream id 
#	- cc: closed caption
#	- ALL: everything
# CLOSE:
#	- the progress dialog will close itself after finishing (optional)
# SHOW:
#	- shows config dialog when complete (optional)
# RESETTIME:
#	- if you want to index a specified vob/cell id and not the whole PGC from the beginning, 
#	  then the timestamps will start counting from there (optional)
#
# example:
# --------- cut here and remove comment signs -------
# e:\video_ts\vts_01_0.ifo
# c:\vts\example1
# 1
# 0
# 1 en 3 hu fr 9 cc
# SHOW
# ----------------- cut here ends -------------------
#
# another example:
# --------- cut here and remove comment signs -------
# e:\video_ts\vts_01_0.ifo
# c:\vts\example2
# 6
# 2
# ALL
# CLOSE
# ----------------- cut here ends -------------------
#
# another example:
# --------- cut here and remove comment signs -------
# e:\video_ts\vts_01_0.ifo
# c:\vts\example2
# 6
# 1 v1 v2 c1 c2 c3 c4 v4 c1 v7 v10 v11
# ALL
# CLOSE
# ----------------- cut here ends -------------------
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Old 3rd June 2003, 15:09   #3  |  Link
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@Gabest,
thanks for the information on using VSRip with command line.
I tried using this parameter file (para.lst):
Code:
V:\VIDEO_TS\VTS_03_0.IFO
G:\STTNG\test
1
0
EN
SHOW
After invoking "VSrip.exe para.lst" VSRip starts and obviously's doing it's job, but in the end I can't find any output file in G:\STTNG.
Any idea where I messed up?

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