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Thank you! You are very kind.
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I want to thank you that you made possible to demux on Linux environment

I have issue demuxing a MPLS playlist that does not extract sup file(s) (PGS subtitles). There's a known issue or ... ?

I use

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./dgdemux -i /path/to/0001.mpls -o /path/to/demux/folder
There no issue, I used the above command in wrong way...

so you must use

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./dgdemux -i /path/to/0001.mpls -demux 1011,1022,etc,Chapters -o /path/to/demux/folder
will work perfectly
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Post by Bullwinkle »

Welcome to the forum, Sonic3R!

There are two things going on.

1. dgdemux with just -o and no -demux should demux all streams, including PGS. That is broken and Rocky will fix that today. Thank you for pointing it out.

2. You are using the -o path incorrectly (or at least your example is misleading because the last component says "folder"). Say you have this:

-o /tmp/stuff/name

That last component "name" is not a folder. It is the name prefix to be used for the demuxed files. So that would demux the streams to the folder /tmp/stuff, and all the demuxed files would begin with "name". Please refer to the help for more details.
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Please re-download dgdemux_linux_1.0.0.54.tar.gz to get the fix. Please advise if it is working. -o without -demux should now demux PGS.
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Yes, it works, thank you for your effort
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Post by hubblec4 »

Hi

Could you imagine to make a new Linux version with all the new enhancements?
Without this new features it would be so hard(not possible) to use it with my cE on Linux.

It would be soooooo great. :bow:

It is possible to use all the UHD stuff (muxing DoVi with the dovi_tool.exe) on Linux?
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Yes :agree:
An update of DGdemux would be very much appreciated by me as well.
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I really need a Linux version, because I will KILL my Windows 7 and I don't want to go to Win10/11.

I will pay for a Linux release: How much do want?
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Post by thechaoscoder »

WINE on linux could be a solution? Of cource a native build is always prefered.

Maybe a donation button could be added so people can donate some $ :scratch:
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Post by Rocky »

thechaoscoder wrote:
Tue Jul 04, 2023 4:06 am
WINE on linux could be a solution? Of course a native build is always preferred.
It's not ruled out.
Maybe a donation button could be added so people can donate some $ :scratch:
The thought is appreciated but with the low interest in the linux stuff the hassle of tax filings, accounting, etc., outweighs the small amount of revenue donations may produce. And believe it or not money is not a strong motivator for us. We are well into retirement and sitting on a pretty large acorn cache. A sizable contract from a corporation, however, would be in a different domain.
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Post by Sherman »

OK guys, I've got the linux machine up and running again. Rocky, the boot disk wasn't crashed. It was just that the automounted data disk was not present and linux went into emergency mode. I added nofail to fstab and now it boots with or without the data disk present.

Now going to start by updating DGDemux. Let's see what is the best strategy for absorbing 14 release sets from the Windows version. :?

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Hi Sherman,
I am very, very glad to see :D ,
that your Linux harddisk is running again and you start to update your linux tools.
:bravo:
Kind regards from frankaboy
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Post by Sherman »

Thanks for the encouragement, frankaboy! I'll put in good words about you to DG.

I decided to go for the big bang. I diffed the windows versions 58->72 and then hand-applied the changes seen there to the linux base. Dude, it was a LOT of changes, but I got 'er done. Everything compiles and links. Now for some big-time testing. Honestly, Rocky did a great job on the initial linux port. I'm going to try to recruit him to my team.

Board signatures are working as you can see. UCP/Profile/Edit signature. Doesn't change old posts, though. admin?
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Signature updated :D
I will test dgdemux linux with Avatar Way of water 3D.
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Post by Sherman »

Successfully demuxed CARS_2 with build 72 linux! Gonna do some more testing and then give y'all a test version.
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OK, boys and girls, here is a test version dgdemux_linux_1.0.0.72_test.zip:

https://rationalqm.us/dgdemux/binaries

* The demux file created messages use the full path.

Thanks for testing guys! I was pretty thorough.
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Post by Rocky »

Great work, Sherm! Curly taught you well. :lol:
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While Curly was helpful in my initial forays into C, recent advances in my competence, power, and influence are solely due to my personal efforts.
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Post by Curly »

That's gratitude for ya.
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Post by Sherman »

Well, nobody seems in a hurry to test this, so I temporarily withdrew it to complete DV support. Please standby for an updated test version.
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Post by frankaboy »

Hi Sherman,
great job done.
:bravo:
I have tested DGDemux (linux) with "Avatar - Way of Water 3D - disc 1".
I have chosen 00801.mpls, that consist in a lot of base and dependent streams.
No issues or bugs detected.
Afterward I have copied .avc and .mvc streams to my windows computer.
Opening these streams with vapoursynth editor and DGMVCsource works well too.
As second test I have demuxed with DGDemux (linux) "Ticket to Paradise", again no bugs or issues.
I will make further tests and will report the status.
Many thanks for your work :salute:
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Post by Sherman »

Thank you, Frankaboy. Great to hear!

I restored the test link with an updated version, adding dovi_tool support, some fixes, and an updated help file. Put dgdemux and dovi_tool in /usr/local/bin and chmod them executable. Put DGDemux.txt in there too so -h works. Your linux needs a /proc directory. Lemme know if yours doesn't have one.

https://rationalqm.us/dgdemux/binaries
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Hi Sherman,
"The Hobbit 3D - Disk 1" with last release successful demuxed. :D
Correct detection of left and right eye streams.
I have ordered a new solid state disc, in order to install arch linux on my main computer as second OS.
Than I am able to check dgdemux (linux) with UHDs.
Once again great job.
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Post by Sherman »

Thank you again, Frankaboy.

I wonder what happened to our friend hubblec4. :?
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