Manually select M2TS to demux

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emilius256
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Manually select M2TS to demux

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I have a Movie that have multiple playlist.
A different playlist is played depending on the selected language.

One of the playlist is the one iwould like to demux except for few M2TS file that have hard subtitles, while the same M2TS for another language don't have any hard sub.

It would be possible to manually select the M2TS file to demux?

It would be great also only by command line, for example

DGDemux -i E:\BDMV\STREAM\00093.m2ts+E:\BDMV\STREAM\00056.m2ts+E:\BDMV\STREAM\00057.m2ts

or with an input file with the list of M2TS file to demux.

Thank you for your help.
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Bullwinkle
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Manually select M2TS to demux

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Not currently possible with DGDemux and it will be some time before we can do anything there.

But you can do it with DGIndexNV. Open the playlist using Open disk, then go to file open. You can then delete M2TSs and add M2TSs, using the up/down buttons to get the order you want. Then go to demux menu, select what you want and then Save Project.
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emilius256
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Manually select M2TS to demux

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Wow, I never thought about DGIndexNV.

Thank you so much.
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Rocky
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Manually select M2TS to demux

Post by Rocky »

Good to hear. I'll leave this thread open to remind me that it would be nice to have in DGDemux too.
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