DGDemux development

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Rocky wrote:
Wed Jul 15, 2020 3:18 pm
What is "OST"?
Hi.

Normally it is "Original Sound Track"

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:salute:
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Jul 10, 2020 12:38 pm
Drag and drop what onto what?
@tormento

Any chance of an answer or should I just forget this request?
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Rocky wrote:
Fri Jul 10, 2020 12:38 pm
Drag and drop what onto what?
Sorry, I did not receive notification of reply.

Drag a BD folder onto DGDemux to open it, instead of having to open the folder manually.
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Sure, I can do that but it is low priority, meaning all functionality problems must be fixed first, e.g., episode demuxing chapters and subs timing.
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Guys, can we please start making separate threads for bugs/issues? I'd like to keep this thread for general matters such as feature requests and theoretical discussion.
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Remotely trying the new version.

Tried to demux a BD (In full bloom) whose main title is composed by 3 m2ts, just audio tracks and subs, no video.

Is it normal that there is no more progress, i.e. the green bar is sliding instead of showing the progress and no percentage?

Not enough bandwidth now to check the sups. Will have a look tomorrow when at home.
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Whether it is "normal" is up to you. It is by design. Full progress could come back one day.
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Saw drag and drop support.

Great! :salute:
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My pleasure. Thank you for the feature request.
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Keeps getting better and better
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gonca wrote:
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Keeps getting better and better
In large part thanks to our wonderful users' feedback and feature requests. :salute:
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@Rocky
You stated that
I will write a simple SSIF.SMAP -> SSIF utility to convert for MakeMKV.
If you did write this utility, would it be possible to release it as standalone like DGMVCCombine?
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I'll ask Britney to do it. Everyone's gotta earn their spurs!
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I'd love to help y'all. But what is an SSIF? The haters tell me to take up coding. Is that like the same thing?
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Tell you what, Brit, don't worry about it, I'll ask Sherman.
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Oops, did I do it again?
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At least she can dance
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And sing!

Be nice and maybe one day you too can be Curly Approved. Or maybe you are looking for Britney Approved. Kisses.
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gonca wrote:
Mon Aug 10, 2020 7:40 pm
@Rocky
You stated that
I will write a simple SSIF.SMAP -> SSIF utility to convert for MakeMKV.
If you did write this utility, would it be possible to release it as standalone like DGMVCCombine?
gonca, just so we don't do this on a whim, can you explain your use case, i.e., how this will actually be useful for you?
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I use MakeMKV as my primary decryption software.
As stated before, I don't do 3D on normal basis, but on some occasions I had to get 3D blurays (avaiability, Canada doesn't have US market share selection ) and use left eye view for 2D view
Haven't had to yet, but if I have to back up a 3D view, from these disc backups, I might have to restore the SSIF files from the SMAP files.
I could always dig up the discs and re-rip, but as I mentioned in the 3D request thread my cataloguing system is decent but my storage system for discs sucks. That is why I got Sanctum 3D for testing.
Of course there is always those users whose sole tool for decryption is MakeMKV so they can't re-rip and get SSIF files.
Thanks for considering the request
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gonca wrote:
Sat Aug 15, 2020 12:36 pm
I might have to restore the SSIF files from the SMAP files
Well that is the key; you don't really know if you might need them. You don't need SSIF files for playback from your ripped hard-drive files. That's why MakeMKV does not bother making them. And there is no software I know of to allow that hard drive folder with full SSIF files to be properly written back to an optical bluray disk. It would need to support UDF hard links, etc.

So, you haven't made a convincing argument for this feature request.
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Ok
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There is one legit case I read about. Some Linux app required the SSIF files for some obscure reason. Linux is not currently on my radar, and safe to say remains close to zero priority for me, so do the math. ;)
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It's a Linux batch/script file to recreate the SSIF files from the SMAP extension.
The TV in question can't playback the SMAP files
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