[Linux-aus] Closed Captions From DVB-T
levelbelow at levelbelow.net
Mon Aug 23 16:14:43 EST 2010
Thanks for the reply.
I had not tried to play the capture card via VLC but after reading your
response i did.
I was able to get a channel up and it is showing me the closed captions
and they are not bitmaps. Well i'm saying this because the captions look
completly different then what they look like in mythtv.
Now i just have to find a way to get vlc to export the closed captions.
On 22/08/2010 9:08 AM, Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
> 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
> <mailto: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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