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MAN page from SuSE 10.X qdvdauthor-dv2sub-0.1.5-1.su101.x86_64.rpm

DV2SUB

Section: (1)
Updated: 09/23/2006
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NAME

dv2sub - extract info or subtitles from DV stream 

SYNOPSIS

dv2sub {-i -s} [dv-file]
dv2sub --subtitles-out sub-file [dv-file]
 

DESCRIPTION

Utilitydv2subreads raw DV stream from file argumentdv-fileor standard input if absent. It can generate a parametr log about every input DV frame or create MicroDVD subtitles with the recording date & time.

Memory mapped I/O is used for seekable input when available. It is faster than sequential access.

dv2subuses GPL codec for DV video LibDV, seehttp://libdv.sourceforge.net/. 

OPTIONS

-i, --info
Generate a simple information about every input DV frame. Reported are: frame number (counting from 0), video normPAL/NTSC, aspect ratio normal (4:3) or wide (16:9), interlaced or progressive material, number of audio channels, audio sampling frequency, number of audio samples, timestamp, recording date & time.
--info-out info-file
Generate info (like with option-i, --info) and write output into fileinfo-file.
-s, --subtitles
Generate MicroDVD subtitles with the recording date & time.
--subtitles-out sub-file
Generate subtitles (like-s, --subtitles) and write output into filesub-file.
--no-mmap
Don't usemmap().
-p, --pass-through
Pass an input DV stream to stdout (implies--no-mmap). This option is usable mainly if you need to extract subtitles and encode the DV in one pass. You can avoid reading huge DV file twice by passing stdout through pipe to an encoder (ffmpeg, mpeg2enc,...).
-h, --help
Output a brief help message.
-V, --version
Output a version number.
 

AUTHOR

Miguel Sahagun, Vaclav Ovsik.


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
AUTHOR

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