[Linux-aus] Closed Captions From DVB-T
levelbelow at levelbelow.net
Tue Aug 24 08:34:58 EST 2010
Ok sorry i figured out the problem i was missing some ""
/vlc dvb-t:// :dvb-frequency=226500000 :dvb-bandwidth=7
:dvb-transmission=8 :program=562 :sout-all
Now i get 2 files. But the .sub file is totally unreadable. anyone know
of a way to convert it maybe now that i have extracted it :)
On 24/08/2010 7:58 AM, ozatomic wrote:
> Just a little info and looking for some debug help. I found this
> command from the videolan froum
> /vlc dvb-t:// :dvb-frequency=514000000 :dvb-bandwidth=8 :sout-all
> Now of course i have to replace the values with my values but i have
> not found them all yet. but even if it try and remove eg the subtitles
> export bit i still get errors as follows.
> /[0x8679c20] main stream out error: no sout stream module matched
> [0x86797a8] main stream output error: stream chain failed for
> [0x867def0] main input error: cannot start stream output instance,
> For some reason my VLC does not liek me doing this stuff?
> On 23/08/2010 4:54 PM, Silvia Pfeiffer wrote:
>> I'd need a file to play around with it. Sorry, but if Google searches
>> cannot help you, I don't know either.
>> On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 4:14 PM, ozatomic <levelbelow at levelbelow.net
>> <mailto:levelbelow at levelbelow.net>> wrote:
>> 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
>> Now i just have to find a way to get vlc to export the closed
>> captions. Any ideas?
>> 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>>
>>> 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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