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comment Extract S_VOBSUB encoded Subtitles from .MKV container as .SRT
The best way :)
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comment Extract S_VOBSUB encoded Subtitles from .MKV container as .SRT
The problem is that the script works with .sub version 2.0 (most extended) but extractmkv generates another version of .sub I will be looking for another script. [Based on text seen here: sub2srt.com (Bottom-Right Pharahraph)]
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comment Extract S_VOBSUB encoded Subtitles from .MKV container as .SRT
Hi @slhck, thanks. I copied the script file into my local bin... but when I try to convert, it says "Could not detect xxxxx.sub format!" . But in the file properties I can see it is microDVD. (File comes from doing an extraction with mkvextract)
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comment Re-RIP a DVD to extract AVI, MP3 and SRT files
The best answer I've ever seen. Great! Thank you a lot (awesome your explanation about codecs too in the previous link). Magic.
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comment Re-RIP a DVD to extract AVI, MP3 and SRT files
@slhck Thanks, going to read :). I updated my question because I think I did not explain it in the greatest way. Hope you understand what I want... and If you think I could get the same results in another way, I hear you with open ears ;) Thanks, really.
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comment Re-RIP a DVD to extract AVI, MP3 and SRT files
@slhck Thank you for answering. I don't know the differences between them (going to seek out). But, the real case is that I need the video without audio, and then all audio files in separate mp3 (or else) format.
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