[SATLUG] DVD questions
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Tue Aug 9 16:53:32 CDT 2005
Forgot the second question,
That image can be mounted like any other udf image:
mount -o loop -t udf filename.img /mnt/img
That should work in OS X as well. Or they can always use Disk Utility to
convert it to whatever the desired format is.
As for windows, something like Daemon Tools could be used. I know WinRAR
supports extraction from ISO9660 images, perhaps it's the same with UDF?
If you were looking to just hand out the .vob files (the files with the actual
video streams) most media players support reading directly from them. Or you
could convert to an MPEG-2 and encode them however you wish.
On Tuesday 09 August 2005 11:49 am, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> I've not gotten into DVD burning and have a few questions.
> I have a DVD that was created from some video a group I belong to made.
> I would like to make this video available on a web site.
> I can mount the DVD as a regular device, but it has a lot of files on it
> that I don't recognize: .bup, .ifo, .vob, .ses, .mpg, .psd, .spu, .dvd,
> The first question is how do I make a downloadable image for others to
> burn the DVD? Do I just use mkisofs on the files? If so, are there any
> special options?
> The second question is how do I extract files for direct viewing? There
> are nine segments and I'd like to have users look at the video directly
> off the web or download the files and view them on their computer. Most
> of the viewers would be using Windows systems, but some would use Macs.
> I'd like to use something that is compatible with all systems.
> Any advice or pointers to documents will be appreciated.
> -- Bruce
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