[Linux-aus] Closed Captions From DVB-T

Silvia Pfeiffer silvia at silvia-pfeiffer.de
Sun Aug 22 09:08:42 EST 2010

Last poster on this thread claims he's had success with ccextractor
/usr/local/bin/ccextractor --queue "%DIR%"/%FILE%
pulls out a .srt on PVR350.

But others claim captions are bitmaps in DVB-T, so you might be able to use
gocr on those.

Have you tried using VLC to see if it has the subtitles? If so, there should
be a way to extract them.


On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 11:40 AM, ozatomic <levelbelow at levelbelow.net>wrote:

>  Hey Guys,
> Not sure if this is a place to ask question but i thought that some of
> you may have tried this before.
> I'm tring to get closed captions from my DVB-T device to a text file.
> I've tried using applications like ccextrator but it does not work. I am
> now playing with dvbsnoop but am getting very lost.
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